The objectives of the project : The global situation has already changed as a result of the Pandemic Covid 19, and the changes will be irreversible and more dynamic than the rate we will be able to react with. The labor market is exponentially changing and problem with addressing proper skilled labor force is growing. The current situation is combined with other several factors– lifestyle changes, the increasing possibility for remote or distance working strongly related not only to pandemic but and to the fact that a large part of the jobs currently created are much more mentally than physically labour-intensive and so on. To answer this growing trend should be addressed by the higher education institutions. They are forced to include new approaches of educational methods and instruments, new syllable, complementary measures, and the development of dedicated learning teams, programmes or hubs, the generation of new knowledge and skills and mentoring processes offered to higher education students. By stimulating digital skills and thinking among students, encouraging the development of new manner of teaching can tackle with the challenges which are results of pandemic. Universities play pivotal role in supporting, stimulating and promoting new attitudes, thinking and behavior addressing society needs. A big part of the adult population aged 16+ in the member states of the European Union have some lack of steady digital skills. These facts affect a wide range of socio-economic outcomes, including education and labour market. As a result, these parts of the society tends to be concentrated in lower-skilled, lower-paid occupations and bearing in mind current situation could be excluded from the labor market. This situation affects even more harshly young students who are usually highly motivated to have access to high quality higher education (HE) courses but often encounter different barriers from limited knowledge and skills. There is a gap between adopted knowledge and practice and one of the areas where particular efforts are needed is the teaching and learning processes with emphasis upon new technology. A shift towards more accessible digital practices and a wider availability of learning materials for all students is essential