The Université Grenoble Alpes (UGA) covers all levels of education from bachelor's degree to doctorate, in all disciplinary fields, through the integration of Grenoble INP, Sciences Po Grenoble and ENSAG (School of Architecture). It currently has over 60,000 students, including 9,000 international students and 3,300 doctoral students. With more than 70 degrees in international partnership, the UGA is well integrated into European and transcontinental networks.
The Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica (UMB) offers higher education from undergraduate to doctoral level in six faculties in the fields of economics and management, international relations and political science, natural sciences, humanities, pedagogy and law. Today, UMB has nearly 15,000 students. It is well integrated into European educational networks and promotes the learning of foreign languages as an instrument for the Europeanization and internationalization of studies.
University of Economics in Bratislava (EUBA) is a leading public university in Slovakia focused on economics, business and management. In 2021 the university was internationally accredited by AACSB. EUBA has more than 7,000 students at its 7 faculties and offers 62 study programs, more than 150 individual courses delivered in English, German and French, and 12 international double and joint degree programs. Wide range of courses covers all aspects of European Union policy and management.
The New Bulgarian University (NUB), located in Sofia, is a private university with 9700 students in its four schools, 25 departments and four detached linguistic and cultural centers. Its educational offer covers most disciplinary fields with a predilection for the humanities, social sciences and arts.
The Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi (UAIC) has more than 25,000 students in its 15 faculties. It offers 80 Bachelor's degrees, 120 Master's programs and 27 fields of study at the Doctorate level. It cooperates with more than 500 university partners in 50 European and non-European countries.
Nemeton is a non-profit association under the law of 1901. It operates in the field of scientific and technical cultural mediation on the subjects of biology, biotechnologies and the environment. Convinced of the central role of scientific culture among adults in the fight against misinformation and the preparation for the ecological and social transition, Nemeton offers scientific animations and workshops in the line of the maker movement.
KIK (Kenwright International Konsulting) is a company led by John Kenwright, specializing in the design of serious games, whether they are tangible games (card games, board games and 3D objects), cross-media games or hybrid solutions connecting the physical object with the digital environment. KIK has created more than 60 serious games in disciplines as varied as languages, sciences, engineering, biomaterials, nano-cellulose, communication, management and the environment.