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University of Maia – ISMAI

was recognized as a higher education institution (HEI) on October 2, 1991. Since then, ISMAI has expanded its educational offering in the fields of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Business Sciences, Physical Education and Sports Sciences, Communication Sciences and Information Technologies, as well as its physical facilities and is now the 2nd largest private HEI in Portugal. Currently, ISMAI is a Portuguese university that seeks to develop research in the most varied subjects, with the aim of producing high quality scientific knowledge.

  • Vera Coelho
  • Francisco Machado
  • Carla Peixoto
  • Liliana Meira
  • Joana Topa
  • Ana Pontes
  • Cláudia Azevedo

University of Patras

was founded in the city of Patras in 1964 and it began functioning in the Academic year 1966-67. Since its early days, the major aim of the University of Patras has been the effective interaction with the European and International Environment. The University of Patras (UPAT) has a great number of research, teaching and training links that support opportunities of creating successful collaboration with Institutions and Research Centres around the world.

  • Michalis Xenos
  • Andreas Mallas
  • Manos Petrakis
  • Ioannis Karadimas
  • Maria Margosi

Escola Básica de Rates

is an intermediate junior school located in Póvoa de Varzim, Portugal. It is the headquarters of a school cluster called Agrupamento de Escolas de Rates. The work developed by this school cluster has been valued and recognized at a national level with the attribution of several awards and labels such as Healthy School Label, Child-Friendly School Label and eTwinning School label, and also at an international level with the recognition at eTwinning projects through the European Quality Label.

  • José Augusto Monteiro
  • Anabela Aguiar
  • Paulo Xavier
  • Filipa Milhazes
  • Marta Tormenta

Arsakeio Lyceum of Patras

is one of many schools which belong to the Society for the Promotion of Education and Learning (called Filekpedeftiki Etaireia) and they are situated in Athens, Thessaloniki, Patra, Ioannina and also Tirana (Albania). Filekpedeftiki Etaireia, founded in 1836 is a public non-profitable welfare foundation. It is the oldest educational foundation in Greece which through the years achieved to maintain its educational character following the main ideals since its foundation: the cultural provision to the Greek children.

  • Georgios Theodoropoulos
  • Emmanouil Petrakis
  • Nikolia Iliopoulou
  • Regina Dimitropoulou

The School “Los Pinos”

is a private educational Centre, financially supported by Spanish Ministry of Education, located in Algeciras, Spain. It has developed an outstanding teaching work since 1967. A broad and very professional human team, of about sixty people, seeks to maintain and permanently improve the levels of excellence of its educational project. The School “Los Pinos” also coordinates the participation of families, students, teachers and other staff that makes up our Educational Community to ensure the educational style.

  • Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Serrano
  • Patricia Marquez Torres
  • Alberto Febrer Barahona
  • Alejandro Gomez Ocón
  • Lucia Marcet

VšĮ "eMundus"

was established in 2009 to streamline research and implementation activities in the area of education and concerning with the use and adaptation of information and communication technologies in different spheres. The mission of eMundus is actively promote the knowledge society, while creating and developing services mainly related to ICT, innovations, as well cultural aspects, healthy lifestyle, green activities and practical adaptation of them in education and community activities, seeking to ensure the quality of cooperation and unity between different generations and different social groups.

  • Vida Drąsutė
  • Carlotta Maria Crippa
  • Stefano Corradi

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