The University of Huelva is a young institution and, perhaps for this reason, it is characterized by its flexibility, its dynamism and its modernity. Although it was created in 1993, it treasures the valuable experience of several higher education centers that were created in Huelva from 1859 and it can be specified that, in a short space of time, they have obtained great achievements materialized in the excellence of their training, the impact of their research work and the transfer of knowledge to society. We are a medium-sized university and this precisely allows us to be close and welcoming, mainly with the large number of students who come from outside our city.
The University of Cyprus (UCY) is the leading university with more than 7,000 students, 104 laboratories, and 750 faculty and staff members and the most active research institution in Cyprus (European Research Rankings). UCY is the youngest institution to be ranked in the top 351-400 universities in the world and is ranked 64th among the Young Universities. UCY is one of the few organizations in Cyprus holding the EFQM “Committed to Excellence” Award and acknowledged with the “HR Excellence in Research” logo. UCY has coordinated or participated in more than 350 externally funded research projects, including several FP7 and H2020 projects, 10 ERC Grants and national and regional research programs funded by the National Research Promotion Foundation and the European Structural Funds. UCY holds two of the three ERC Advanced Grants awarded in Cyprus and coordinates or participates in three new or upgraded Centers of Excellence that received funding through the “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation – Teaming” program of the Europe Commission. In 2018, research funding from external sources reached €27 million.
Molde University in Norway (Høgskolen i Molde, HiM) was founded in 1994 and received national accreditation as a Specialised University. It offers education at bachelor, master, and Ph.D.levels. Degree programs are offered in the fields of logistics, economics, business administration, management, sports sciences, social sciences, and health sciences. In Scandinavia, it is one of the leading universities in the field of Logistics. It is located in the small and very picturesque town of Molde, on the west coast of Norway, with approximately 26 000 inhabitants. Around 3500 students study at Molde University College of which around 9% are international, representing around 60 different nationalities. The MSc program in Logistics is open for Norwegian students and international students with individual funding. Logistics deals with the organization of the flow of products, services and information from raw materials to the end-user, and is therefore built on a broad spectrum of academic disciplines, such as economics, business administration, industrial organization, management, information technology/ computer science, besides more quantitative techniques and models based on mathematics, statistics, engineering, and operations research.
Learnmera Oy (” Learn and love Languages” ) is a private adult education provider and translation company, focused mainly on corporate clients in the greater Helsinki area providing private executive business language lessons. Courses
are offered in the major Nordic and European languages, but also beginner’s courses in English, Finnish, Swedish, French, German and Russian are offered. Learnmera Oy has considerable in-house experience in educational resources, website creation, and mobile application content building. Their website (TLM) has a member base of around 31,000 teachers worldwide. It is this technical and creative expertise that Learnmera can bring to a project. Develop teacher training for language professionals so Learnmera’s staff maintains and develops the contents of The Language Menu (www.thelanguagemenu.com), the site supports over 40 languages for teachers to create monolingual and bilingual worksheets. There are 24 online tools, 6 interactive tools with monitoring of student work, over 4000 illustrations, and over 4000 additional photographs available.
Inercia Digital is an Andalusian SME founded in 2010 and specialized in training and innovation in digital and entrepreneurial skills on an international level. Its mission is to promote internationally digital and innovation competences and education entrepreneurial, for professional people and all the citizens in general.
Inercia Digital is an expert in the development of European education projects, for promoting innovation and fostering digital competences, having participated in many european educational projects, that promote digital innovation (Erasmus+ program, LifeLong Learning Program, Tempus and CYTED), that gives a wide experience in the creation of educational platforms, websites, pedagogical and educational contents.
University of Warsaw (UW, 1816) – Poland’s largest and finest University; a public HEI, research-oriented and mobility friendly. From its beginning UW has played a major role in the intellectual, political, economic, social, and cultural life of Poland. UW belongs to the top 3% of universities in the world according to the global rankings such as ARWU, QS, THE; was awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education and the HR Excellence in Research title by the European Commission. Member of the 4EU European University Alliance. 21 faculties, 30 independent teaching & research units; 47,600 students (incl. 3,000 PhD), 3,000 post-diploma learners, 7,300 staff, incl. 3,750 researchers/teachers; over 100 study fields in Humanities, Earth, Social, Natural Science at first/second/third cycles (Bachelor/Master/Doctoral levels), 5- year Master Studies in Law, Psychology; 25 degree programmes in English; 26 Joint/Dual Master programmes; over 1,500 courses in foreign languages; vocational training; e-learning; summer education.
University College Cork (UCC), Cork, Ireland is an award-winning institution with a
history of independent thinking stretching back over 170 years. UCC is proud to be ranked in the top 1.1% of universities in the world. Our beautiful university opened its gates to just 115 students in 1849. We now have a student population of over 23,000. Set on 42 acres of wooded ground, only a 10 minute walk from Cork City Centre, our college was established in 1845 after a long campaign for a higher education institution in Munster. Cork is the largest and southernmost county of Ireland. It is a place of great wit, culture and independence. Cork City is a hub of culture and business whilst the county boasts some of the country’s most magnificent landscapes. It is the perfect place to live, learn and thrive! UCC ranked 62 of 1,406 universities in the most recent edition of the global impact ranking produced by Times Higher Education. This is an evidence-based ranking which examines the impact the university is having, through the prism of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our score of 91.2 out of 100 puts us in the top 4.5% universities in the world for impact.Mary Immaculate College (MIC) is an autonomous third-level college with its own organisational, financial/accounting and quality control structures and academically linked to the University of Limerick. Established in 1898, the College has a long tradition of offering undergraduate and post-graduate degrees in Education and the Arts. The College has expanded significantly in recent years, both in terms of student numbers and of programme providers and remains a centre of excellence for the professional education of early childhood teachers. The University of Limerick has an enrolment of up to 15,000 students and MIC has an enrolment of 5,000 students, and approximately 500 staff members (professional services and academic staff). The College currently offers a range of programmes, from Level 6 on the NFQ, up to and including Level 10 (Doctoral level) programmes with a focus on early childhood, primary and post-primary research and practice. In keeping with its distinctive mission and strategic plan, MIC has carefully and strategically sought to expand the range of the programmes it provides, building on its strengths, while simultaneously responding to national priorities. Access here the current strategic plan of the organisation 2019-2023.