TypologyPartnersBrief descripton of the Project
NAWA – Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (10/2019 09/2021)
  • WSB University in Torun (coordinator);
  • School of Management and Technology (P.PORTO);
  • RISEBA University;
  • Masaryk University;
  • University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn
Development of international scientific cooperation in the area of Generation Z behavior on the labor market and comprehensive GenZ diagnoses and recommendations for employers regarding motivating GenZ.
TypologyPartnersBrief descripton of the Project
NAWA – Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (10/2019 10/2020)
  • University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (coordinator);
  • School of Management and Technology (P.PORTO);
  • The University of Siena;
  • Romanian-American University;
  • University of A Coruña;
  • Istanbul University
  • Developing and implementing cooperation between IES in order to develop long-term relations in the area of internationalization;
  • Building potential in the international environment through the promotion of best practices and innovative solutions;
  • Conducting joint research and development works of international scope.
TypologyPartnersBrief descripton of the Project
Erasmus+ KA2: Strategic Partnership (11/2018 – 02/2021)
  • University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (coordinator);
  • School of Management and Technology;
  • Metodo Estudios Culsultores SLU;
  • Universidad de Vigo;
  • Romanian American University;
  • Infalia Private Company;
  • Haute Ècole de la Province de Liège

The strategic partnership aims to investigate the contribution of universities to the development of soft skills in the European Union.

The project aims to bring together stakeholders, universities and the business sector in the search for excellence in the development of cross-cutting skills.

Students and Universities express their point of view about their importance and contribution to development of the soft skills.

Companies identify the soft skills they consider most important, as well as the degree of difficulty to find in recent graduates those skills.

Good practices will also be inventoried at the level of each country involved in the partnership in the development of soft skills.

More info: http://www.uwm.edu.pl/unifors2020/?fbclid=IwAR3TjHglg0LIsd-RaSvlwhnvpyNhDmKbt0bQ0D1LsokFsdwTrMCU9CIS2v8

TypologyPartnersBrief descripton of the Project
Erasmus+ KA2: Strategic Partnership (11/2018 – 10/2019)
  • Torun School of Banking;
  • RISEBA University (coordinator);
  • School of Management and Technology (P.Porto)

The partnership aims to improve the skills in the area of Generation Z education, mainly through the use of new technologies in the learning process.

Having identified the need to change the methods and learning tools in the area of Generation Z education (people born between 1995 and 2005), the strategic partnership aims to establish European cooperation and the exchange of good practices related to their education.

More info: https://www.facebook.com/Enjoy-Generation-Z-235855197316510

TypologyPartnersBrief descripton of the Project
Erasmus+ KA2: Strategic Partnership (09/2017 – 08/2020)
  • Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (coordinator);
  • School of Management and Technology (P.PORTO);
  • European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE);
  • Mondragon Unibertsitatea; FH JOANNEUM – University of Applied Sciences (Austria);
  • Association of Slovene Higher Vocational Colleges (Association HVC);
  • Knowledge Innovation Centre (KIC)

The aim is to develop management tools that support Higher Education institutions and employers to offer and direct high-quality apprenticeships.

The lack of work experience and the skills mismatch between labour demand and supply are two of the greatest challenges for young people to transition from the world of education to the world of work.

A promising way to face those challenges are Apprenticeships.

However, their implementation is complex and the lack of European guidelines to support it seems to be preventing many of the actors in the sector – higher education institutions and companies, particularly small and medium enterprises – to launch valuable, steady and sustainable Apprenticeship Programmes.

More info: https://apprenticeshipq.eu