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ECNET Project (FP7)

ECNET Project

Cooperation with China


This project received funding from the EURATOM Research and Training programme 

2 years under grant agreement N° 269883.


The objective of the ECNET project is to define a common basis and establish a common framework for effective cooperation between EU and Chinese organisations for Nuclear Education, Training and Knowledge Management.

> ECNET partner and ENEN Member only


The scope of the project is:


  • Master level and postgraduate education
  • Training mainly for young professionals.


The expected impacts are:

  • to promote the mutual recognition of the Education and Training(E&T) programmes on EU and Chinese side
  • to expand the exchanges of students, lectures and lecturers.
  • to secure the knowledge management as appropriate.


These would offer to the End-Users a broader basis of human resources and foster cooperation in nuclear power development.


The ECNET started on 1 March 2011 for the period of two year. 


The entire ECNET project consists of the European part and the Chinese part. Each part has its own partners and a funding scheme (by the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) and the China Atomic Energy Authority (CAEA) respectively).


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> 4-5 December 2012: ECNET 2nd project meeting in London, UK  

> 18 March 2011: ECNET Kick-off meeting held at Tsinghua University, Beijing, China