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We are an ERASMUS+ Strategic Partnership project team led by FH Münster, Germany. MUAS originated the project idea and convened excellent consortium partners from three HEIs and an NGO based in four different countries – Denmark, Poland, Turkey, and Italy. Our broad expertise and strong reputation build a solid foundation for achieving the intended project results and long-term impact.

FH Münster University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1971 out of eight public and private schools and has developed into a modern, achievement-oriented university. The university has approximately 15.000 students and 400 staff and is one of the most important institutions of its kind in Germany. Every day at FH Münster, new ideas and knowledge are generated in the higher education landscape. FH Münster believes that only through direct and reciprocal exchange with actors from business, culture and society can innovations emerge that ensure prosperity and quality of life.  

The Science-to-Business Marketing Research Centre (S2BMRC) is an integral part of the Münster School of Business at FH Münster. Acting globally, the S2BMRC is a world-leading centre dedicated to interactions between Science and Business & Science and Society. Our name tells a whole story: The S2BMRC team researches and analyses science markets and develops strategies, tools and instruments for market research, including research outputs, capacities, competencies, expertise and facilities. Furthermore, we offer consulting services to the business community on marketing strategies that aim at precisely knowing the needs of customers to develop and produce products according to these needs. In recent years, the centre has focused primarily on innovation and the many facets of entrepreneurship. 

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University Szczecin (PUS) has, in nearly 40 years, established itself as the leading HEI in West Pomerania, Poland. It has over 11,000 students in full-time, evening and part-time studies at 7 faculties, covering all areas of university education, including humanities, economics and finances, law, exact and natural sciences, physical culture and health, theology, social studies. One of the most important objectives of the University is educating students in such a way as to prepare them for entering the labour market. In addition, the university maintains close ties to the private sector and local enterprises and cultivates international cooperation, an essential element of raising the quality standards of research and teaching. As such, Szczecin University is an acknowledged partner in research and education both in and outside Europe. Today the University of Szczecin is engaged in cooperation confirmed by bilateral agreements with over 180 universities and research institutions from 24 countries from Europe, USA, Asia and Australia.  

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European E-learning Institute (EUEI) specialises in creating powerful online platforms, immersive educational environments and providing resources and tools to create truly valuable learning experiences. Eight full-time people are in the EUEI staff team, and all are competent in leadership, teamwork, and the application of diverse quality management frameworks. In addition, they work closely with a network of designers, programmers, and pedagogic consultants. They prioritise end-user participation and robust qualitative-quantitative feedback as the chief components of quality and promote individual and organisational learning throughout all their projects. Over 6000 students access their online courses each year. 

EUEI was founded on the concept of 'continuing education'; a post-secondary education programme that provides further enrichment to learners in a wide range of sectors, covering professional and/or personal topics.  

EUEI courses build on the expertise of our European collaborators, who are mainly academic specialists in VET, HE, and lifelong learning. Each of their online courses is delivered via a state-of-the-art learning system. The course content theory is combined with practical application supported by case studies, movies, and interactive presentations. 

Collaboration and peer learning form an important part of EUEI courses: Learners can directly connect with the professors and trainers who created the course content and are encouraged to join a peer learning platform. 

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Ege University, which was founded in 1955, is a state university that acts as a focal point for education, research, and cultural and social activities in the city of Izmir and the Aegean region. Being a university with an international perspective, the educational system of Ege University is based on the principle of creative teaching and participatory learning. Ege University is a research-based, teaching-oriented institution, training students up to the Doctorate level. In total, 70,000 students are enrolled at Ege University and the number of the academic staff is approximately 3,500. 

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Meridaunia, established in 1998, is a joint limited liability Consortium, with legal offices in Bovino (FG) in the Municipio Square, 2. It’s formed of partners belonging to the public sector, including 29 Municipalities of the Monti Dauni and the Municipality of Lucera, the University of Foggia, the Foggia Chamber of Commerce and private companies representing civil society and the world of local entrepreneurship. The mission of the Meridaunia is to be a real “Development Agency '' for the territory, with the overall function of supporting the development and the creation of businesses and jobs. The institutional work of the Meridaunia consists in drawing up and carrying out strategies for the development of the territory through the involvement of the greatest possible number of local socioeconomic actors (public and private) as well as the local community. It is composed of a president and a director and a paid staff including six persons. 

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