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I.I.S. A. VOLTA (Italy) – Coordinator

What is our vision of school?
We envisage a school that focuses on social complexity, on the relational dimension, on the demand for education, on responding to the needs of students.

How do we achieve it?
Through effective, motivating, student-friendly teaching/learning paths of a high technical, scientific and humanistic profile, to educate active citizens in a ‘glocal’ (local and global) dimension.
The selected methodologies foster the development of individual competences and are inspired by the principles of lab-based education: analysis and solution of real-life problems, project- and objective-structured activities, effective collaboration with the labour market.
Our school is rooted in the territory and aware of its needs, with an eye to the world, open to diversity and cross-contamination. We expect from our students a curious mind and a versatile approach, willingness to experiment and test what they learn and a knowledgeable use of new technologies.

The following two education paths are available at our School:

– Technical Institute – technological sector (and five specialisations: – Chemistry, materials and biotechnology; – Information technology and telecommunications; – Mechanics, mechatronics and energy; – Electronics and electrical engineering; – Transports and logistics)
– Liceo Scientifico (Scientific High School) (with two specialisations: Applied Sciences and Sports)

Our facilities
The Institute is located in a single complex of about 33,000 square metres with a guarded entrance and is organised in a number of buildings for a total of 82 classrooms, 26 laboratories (5 chemistry, 3 IT and telecommunications, 3 electrical engineering, 6 mechanics, 2 physics, 3 multi-media rooms, 1 language room, 3 technical drawing rooms), a large and fully equipped gymnasium, an indoor swimming pool with five lanes, 4 outdoor fields, 1 track and field area, extensive parking and green areas. The school is easily accessible by public transport (train and bus) with timetables compatible with teaching activities.

Liceul Teoretic Grigore Moisil Timisoara (Romania)

Our school’s vision

Together we prepare in the spirit of European education. We anticipate the future through projects in which we rediscover the creative personality.

Our school’s mission

“Grigore Moisil” Theoretical High School from Timisoara has the mission of promoting excellence in education and offering intelligence, sensibility, responsibility and creativity in the process of preparing students for all aspects of an adult life.

Strategic targets of our school

  • Developing the educational policy so as to adapt the current requirements of the society to the students’ aspirations regarding their own career.
  • The modernization and the development of material bases for schools in order to provide the necessary means to promote a modern and top quality education.
  • Ensuring equal opportunities and encouraging competitive spirit and initiative among the whole school
  • Achieving an education focused on applying active learning and student-centered teaching strategies
  • The development of efficient educational partnerships through the involvement of students, by working with local and regional educational factors, involving parents and valuing the European experience.

Our school’s facilities

Our school owns three buildings: the secondary school is situated in Balcescu Square, near the imposing gothic building of the Roman-Catholic church dating from 1863. Another building, the high school, is situated on Ghirlandei Street and it was founded in 1961. The third building, which hosts some classes of the primary school, is situated on Gh. Doja Street and it is the most modern part.

SOU Jane Sandanski Strumica (The Republic of North Macedonia)


Mission and vision of SOU Jane Sandanski

The high school “Jane Sandanski” has as its priority the creation of quality generations, that will truly fit into modern society and will worthily present the school through student’s  success in higher education institutions in the country and abroad. Interaction and interethnic dialogue are our strong point in promoting diversity, tolerance and mutual respect.

We want our school to become a leader in general  high school education and economics in southeastern Macedonia and a well-organized, materially-technically equipped and well-staffed educational institution in which interethnic cooperation will provide equal conditions for advancement of members of all ethnicities. We organize all the capacities, human and material, to make our school the much desired “second home” for every student.

There are 2 main departments (general education with three branches: Science, Humanistic and Language/Art ) and economy classes. We have  aprox. 1100 students, 90 teachers and 10 supporting staff.  Beside regular plan, established by Ministry of education of N.Macedonia, our school has ambitious teachers, who motivate students to work on extracurricular topics and participate on National and international competitions, winning many prizes. Our former students are nowadays highly respected professor and scientist worldwide, proudly presenting our school.


Strumica records its sprouts of high school education in the first decade of the 20th century. In 1944, ASNOM made the decision to open high school schools in the cities of the People’s Republic of Macedonia. Our school started its work on February 5, 1945, when a Macedonian language class was held for the first time. The high school in Strumica initially worked in the building where the museum is located today. The students then attended classes in modest conditions. A few years later, the building in which the school is located today was built. The high school “Jane Sandanski” is located in the central city area of ​​Strumica, on the city square “Goce Delcev”. Our patron Jane Sandanski  is a hero from Macedonian past, fighting for  freedom and independence of the country, against Ottoman occupation.

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Agrupamento de Escolas de Pinheiro (Portugal)

is located in a rural area, Termas de S. Vicente, between the towns of Penafiel and Porto. It is distributed in different buildings: a main school with Students aged between 10 and 18 (where all the administrative offices are located) and seven small schools with Students aged between 3 and 9.

The Agrupamento de Escolas de Pinheiro offers the population of Penafiel County, especially in the south, an educational offer that includes pre-school education, basic education, science and humanities (basic education), as well as education for the elderly, education (secondary education), vocational courses, adult education and training and special education. Our school is inclusive, so it is also attended by Students with special educational needs also attend.


MEUS is a private organisation based in Valencia (Spain) aimed at bettering people´s capacities in their environment, both at professional and private levels. Thus, it focuses on the skills development of the individuals at each stage of their life, from school to adult education.

In line with the European strategy related to education, MEUS works on the development of new training materials and methodologies adapted to different target and market needs, so improving the integration on the labour market. It also encourages the development of new business projects, offering assessment and training to entrepreneurs, supporting them in being creative, innovative and successful in their initiatives. MEUS strongly supports new and growing sectors of the economy and is attentive to the societal changes, this is why it is particularly engaged in issues such as the green economy (and green skills), the orange economy (culture), ICT, adaptation to the ageing population and new demographic features generating higher demand in-person services, etc.




Danmar Computers Company was established on 1 May 2000 as an IT company. The main objectives of our activities were and still are trainings and IT system implementations. However, over the years, the scope of services provided by Danmar Computers has been regularly extending.

In 2004, we started participating in European educational projects, implementing and testing innovative ideas aimed at improving education, but also conducting work on improving access to the education system for disadvantaged groups. The activities include: research services on the training market; study on the situation of target groups (the disabled, immigrants, unemployed); design and development of project products; information dissemination through extensive advertising campaigns.

In 2011, we took part in a project which resulted in the development of European project management software, AdminProject. Since then, it has become our flag product, which is used by strategic partnerships in the whole of Europe.