Guide for intercultural partnership

6 Analysis of the elements of Intercultural Partnership

6.3 Faculties and secondary schools in partners countries

The differences related to the number of faculties and secondary schools performing the textile and garment engineering programs, including design, are significant.

This was expected, first of all because of the differences in size of the countries and population. These numbers differ also because of the position and shape of the textile-related industries in partner countries.

Number of faculties and secondary schools performing the textile and garment engineering programs, including design, is represented in Figures 5 and 6.

 

Figure 5: Number of faculties performing the textile and garment engineering programs, including design

 

Figure 6: Number of secondary schools performing the textile and garment engineering programs, including design

This part of the Intercultural Guide revealed many important differences between the partner countries and institutions. The main differences are related to population and the shape and position of the textile related industries in Romania, Portugal, Czech Republic and Slovenia. Significant are also the differences regarding the number of faculties and secondary schools executing the textile programs.

The export ratios and share of women, working in textile-related industries, are similar in all of participating countries.