There are 8 partners in the project consortium:

They come from 4 different European countries (Serbia, Sweden, Ireland, and Croatia), with very different geographic, cultural, and social characteristics, thus providing opportunities for the promotion of cultural diversity & learning for those at different stages of EU integration. The partnership provides a wide span of educational levels, areas, instruction delivery modes, and age groups of target learners. It includes one post-primary college (CC; students' age 12-18), two secondary-education high schools (gymnasiums) (FGSK and VNG; students' age 15-18 and 16-19), one secondary-education VET school (LS; students' age 15-18), and four universities (UB, KTH, UL, UniZg; students' age 18-23). The areas covered in their study programs span various branches of technical education, science, ICT, languages, social sciences, civic education, pedagogy, land surveillance, business, engineering, and more. The instruction modes covered include face-to-face, e-learning, and blended learning.

The partners have not only diverse individual backgrounds, but also complementary skills and expertise – pedagogical, ICT and managerial – which brings exchange of best practices, cross-fertilization of ideas, and optimum project results. There is a variety of partnership aspects:

  • research partners – primarily UB, KTH, UL, UniZg, but also other partners
  • university partnersUB, KTH, UL, UniZg
  • school partnersFGSK, VNG, CC, LS
  • pedagogy partners – primarily KTH, UL, CC, LS, but also UB, UniZg, FGSK, LS; they compose the project's pedagogy team
  • technology partners – UB, UniZg, LS; they compose the project's technology team

A university and a school in each partner country make a partner pair (PP). The four PPs in the consortium (PP1=UB+FGSK, PP2=KTH+VNG, PP3=UL+CC, PP4=UniZg+LS) provide tight country-level collaboration and higher impact of the project results.

For more details about each partner, please browse the individual partner pages.