Enhancing the quality of higher education through Internationalization at Home, to contribute to society by preparing students for the global environment, improving their skills and enhancing their job prospects.: learn about INTERBA’s outcomes.
Higher Education and Research
RELIEF is developing a tailor-made training approach to guide the agricultural sector in the era of bioeconomy.
How to create an innovative project by recycling electronic waste: ideas from MAKEADEMY summer school
How can you create an innovative project while recycling e-waste? This question was attempted to be answered by MAKEADEMY summer school participants: find out their ideas!
Do you have experience in the field of scientific research governance and evaluation of European projects? Check out how to become an external evaluator for DIRASA!
Join SCIREARLY, whose goal is to develop effective policies and practices to combat limited school performance and early school leaving in Europe.
E-learning systems are a unique tool for ensuring equal opportunities and access to quality education for all. Learn how SMARTELis promoting the use of e-learning in some European countries.
Interested in learning about the governance systems that make some universities in Europe successful? Find out how the DEFA delegation’s study visits went!
Discover Internationalization “at home” through INTERBA, which aims to integrate aspects of interculturality and internationality into the entire university experience.
Learn about HANDS, the project that aims to preserve traditional crafts while encouraging innovation for inclusion in the global market.
Learn about DIRASA, the project that aims to contribute to the improvement of university research governance in Tunisia.
Relief is a promoter and member of the Rural Bieconomy Alliance, an initiative that supports the adoption of bioeconomy principles in the rural sector.
Do you also believe that greater collaboration between higher education institutions and civil society actors could promote social inclusiveness? Follow the STATUS project!
To effectively support the green transition, it is necessary to develop an educational and training approach to the bioeconomy that is interdisciplinary, multi-sectoral, practical and adequate to deal with today’s unsustainable economic processes.
The Erasmus+ Project Management Toolkit for Higher Education Institutions was created with the intention of facilitating the work especially of professors, researchers or administrative staff who intend to submit Key Action 2 project proposals.
Invest on our planet as a collective responsibility to accelerate the transition towards a fair and prosperous green economy for all.