The goal of the project is to increase international cooperation with partner countries



Green movement and the demand for natural, healthy and ecological products and services offer opportunities for green micro entrepreneurship. The entrepreneurs need sector-specific business skills to develop local natural resources into sustainable green business. This project supports the growth of green micro business by proving a joint training programme.  During the training, the entrepreneurs will work with their own practical business development cases. The core aim is the development of natural resources into sustainable green business.



European project NECME “New forms of European citizenship in migration era” has started in 16 different European countries. The project, funded under the Europe for Citizens programme of the European Union, involves 17 Civil society organizations, universities and other organizations, and is coordinated by the Italian Foundation “Giovanni e Francesca Falcone”, managed by relatives and colleagues of the anti-mafia judge Giovanni Falcone who was killed in 1992. The project is aimed to explore how migration phenomena is affecting European civil society in terms of new experiences of civic engagement and active citizenship.

The goal of the project is to establish a network of higher educational establishments and other parties involved through collaboration of EU and 6 East-European countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine), ensuring exchange of students and staff, thus improving the students’ experience and cooperation among the higher schools.


The goal of the project is to provide an opportunity for the students of tourism management and tourist guide programs of gaining additional experience in an international environment, acquire the tourism product specifics of another country and supplement theoretical and practical knowledge in tourism organisation and management.


The goal of the project is to foster the mobility of students and lecturers in the spheres of business, IT, engineering, logistics, communication and media, as well as fostering cooperation with enterprises in supplying internship, organising visits to enterprises and guest-lectures by representatives from enterprises.


The aim of the project is to to develop a better match between the competencies of graduates and the needs of companies in the Central-Baltic region.



General goal of the project is to foster mobility of staff and students among the partnering universities, internationalisation, exchange of experience, knowledge transfer and strengthening cooperation for future joint projects and research. 



The EU has defined smart and sustainable growth as one of the priorities (EU Strategy 2020).An essential part for reaching these priorities is innovation.

The aim of the INNOLABS project is to support transfer of creative, bottom-up innovation approaches for fostering smart and sustainable growth based on more experienced partners’ knowledge in the Netherlands and Denmark.