severe project partners all have a range of specialist experience in areas relating to the fields of study

GCU is one of the largest universities in Scotland with nearly 17,000 students. The University’s commitment to social innovation is reflected in and inspired by its motto, For the Common Good, – especially by the University’s Chancellor and Nobel Laureate, Professor Muhammad Yunus, who set up the University’s leading research centre for the social sciences, the Yunus Centre for Social Business and Health. The university is the most successful in UK in terms of involvement of Erasmus+ CBHE and Strategic Partnership projects.

UA was founded in 1973 and is widely recognised as one of the most innovative universities in Portugal, for the quality of its teaching and research and for its cooperation with regional and national business.

Its organisation and matrix structure stimulates knowledge exchange and cross-contamination between knowledge fields, promoting a useful proximity between teaching and research.

With a campus with modern and prestigious architecture, UA occupies top positions in the most important international rankings that assess Higher Education institutions.

Recognised as a champion of social mobility, DCU has been named The Sunday Times University of the Year for 2021 for the third time since this accolade was instituted. 

The Sunday Times notes that DCU is famed for its diverse intake since it was founded 40 years ago and it is now a university of 18,500 students, drawn from 55 countries. We have five faculties where students can study Education, Nursing, Humanities, Communications, Law, Journalism, Business, Engineering, Politics, Science and much more.

Founded in 1897 and built on strong values, MBS offers French and international students the excellence of an internationally recognized French Grande Ecole de Management. A committed and inclusive management school, MBS trains the groundbreakers of a sustainable economic transition.

Educating to transform the future: to train, through higher education programmes, managers that are strong in their diversity, aware of their global responsibility in carrying out their missions, and able to adapt to changes in local, national and international environments.

PIN is a consortium company with a majority non-profit public participation. It was established as an association in 1992 and on 1999 it became a limited liability consortium company (S.c.r.l.).

PIN integrates all the essential structures and services to better support the activities of its 3 areas. The first area is Research and services for companies. The second area is Higher education: it structures and organizes courses to meet the requests of the market. The last is the University: PIN has been managing the University Campus, a branch of the University of Florence, for over 20 years.

PFU is very engaged with teaching  and research processes, offering innovative degrees such as the Open Bachelor’s Degree Programme, Global Studies, Bioinformatics.

It also has Internship agreements with more than 1.000 companies.

It is a very international University: 44% of master’s and doctoral students are international; 46% of graduates have studied abroad; 27% of teaching staff are international and it was the 1st Spanish University in the international outlook (Times Higher Education (THE) ranking, 2021)

It also fosters several projects and innovation programmes, including in the areas of Social engagement and sustainable development.