The European Grants International Academy Srl has a long-term experience in setting up and coordinating strategic partnerships for the implementation of projects financed by public and private funds. EGInA cooperates with a team of project managers expert in the management and reporting of European Commission structural and centralised funds. They all have academic-professional backgrounds in the fields of education and vocational training, digital innovation with social impact, enhancement of cultural heritage and sustainable development.
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The theme of intergenerational confrontation was chosen as a source for the involvement of citizenship and enhancement of local heritage, offering a sharing structure and
The Smart Entrepreneurial Education and training in Digital farming – SEED project develops skills in agriculture by introducing a digital transformation in the profession. The
Transnational Business Groups is a KA2 strategic partnership (VET) that aims at transferring the model of the initiative “A Scuola d’Impresa” (“At School of Business”)
Level Up aims at developing the digital skills of low-skilled adults with blue (or pink)-collar occupations in order to support them to face the digital
Design Your Job 3 is a capacity-building project in the field of Youth. The project goal is to develop and test specific IT program (web
The ECVET Recommendation invites European Countries to apply quality assurance when using ECVET. The main aim of the Project is to enlighten VET stakeholders on
Across the EU there are divergent policies on people who use or have used drugs and alcohol. In terms of employability and employment opportunities for
I-MEET contributes to respond to the need for acquiring professional knowledge and skills to enable promotional and marketing strategies based on information technology (e-tourism). The
In line with the strategy ET2020 (ET 2020), the TREES project aims to offer students a real opportunity for personal and professional growth in order
“Much entrepreneurship education practice tends to be ad hoc, varies vastly in quantity and quality, is not treated systematically in the curriculum and has relied