Meet the Partners

Eight European partners for collaborative crossdisciplinary project

Universidade NOVA de Lisboa was founded on the 11th of August 1973, and is the youngest of Lisbon’s three state Universities. NOVA is a decentralised University; its Faculties and Institutes enjoy a great deal of autonomy. Currently NOVA has 20.077 enrolled students and 1.800 teachers and researchers.

Universidade NOVA de Lisboa Portugal

The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens is the largest state institution of higher learning in Greece, and among the largest universities in Europe.. 

University of Athens Greece

The University of Economics in Katowice is the oldest state university in the highly urbanised Silesia region - Poland's second largest metropolitan area. It was founded in 1937 and is the biggest business school in the region, one of the top universities in Poland. 

University of Economics in Katowice Poland

University of Lapland is a northern most university in Finland with four faculties and more than 5500 students. There are 647 members of staff. University of Lapland has always been an impulse for regional Arctic development. 

University of Lapland Finland

Leiden University is one of Europe's oldest and foremost research universities. It was founded in 1575 and is a member of the League of European Research Universities. 

Universiteit Leiden The Netherlands

The Université de Lorraine (UL) is one of France’s largest multidisciplinary universities. Its location in the heart of Europe, with borders on three European member states (Germany, Belgium and Luxembourg) offers to UL a privileged position for strong international partnerships. 

Université de Lorraine France

Created in 1970, the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle is the offspring of the former Faculty of Letters of the University of Paris. Located in the heart of the Latin Quarter and more widely in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, the Sorbonne Nouvelle offers a range of high-level multidisciplinary courses. 

Sorbonne Nouvelle France

The Portuguese Press Association was founded in 1960 as the National Regional Press Guild and was transformed in 1975 into a Non-Daily Press Association. In September 2004, it adopted the current designation of the Portuguese Press Association. 

Associação Portuguesa de Imprensa Portugal