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Augentes

Augentes is a leading company in the promotion of research and development, specialized in the management of projects at the international level, with particular attention to the management, communication, dissemination and exploitation of innovative projects.

Centre for Higher Education Studies

Centre for Higher Education Studies (CHES) is the public research institution dealing with research about higher education (HE).

EURASHE

EURASHE is the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education that offer professionally orientated programmes and are engaged in applied and profession-related research within the Bologna cycles.

Flemish Council of Universities of Applied Sciences and Arts (VLHORA) 

The Flemish Council of Universities of Applied Sciences and Arts (VLHORA) is the formal consultative and advisory body of the 13 Flemish Universities of Applied Sciences and Arts, advising the Flemish Government on all policy issues concerning higher education.

Hungarian Rectors’ Conference

The Hungarian Rectors’ Conference was established 30 years ago and represents all HEIs in the country.

Technological Higher Education Association (THEA)

The Technological Higher Education Association (THEA) is the voice of the technological higher education sector, advocating on behalf of and supporting Institutes of Technology in achieving their aims and objectives.

The Portuguese Polytechnics Coordinating Council

Created in 1979, the Conselho Coordenador dos Institutos Superiores Politécnicos (CCISP – Portuguese Polytechnics Coordinating Council) is the body of joint coordination and representation of public polytechnic higher education establishments.It comprises all public polytechnics (15 in total) and

TTK University of Applied Sciences (TTK UAS)

TTK University of Applied Sciences (TTK UAS) is a state professional higher education institution, offering competitive professional higher education on bachelor level in the fields of engineering, production, technology, architecture and construction in Tallinn.

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

 

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