Programme: Erasmus+
Action: Key Action 2 (KA2)
Call: Strategic Partnerships in response to COVID-19_KA226
Lead Partner: STC Group – Netherlands

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STC Group – Netherlands

STC Group is a worldwide operating educational and research institution for the shipping, logistics, transport and process industries.

STC Group furthermore offers business courses and training for professionals.STC Group participates in international activities and has offices in the Netherlands and abroad. The organization’s headquarter are located in mainport Rotterdam.

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MCAST – Malta

The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST) was established in 2001 “to provide universally accessible vocational and professional education and training with an international dimension, responsive to the needs of the individual and the economy.” MCAST is the leading further and higher education institution in Malta for the provision of vocational qualifications with over 10,000 students and 640 academics and corporate personnel.

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SAMK – Finland

Satakunta University of Applied Sciences is a higher education institution that produces customizable competency-based programs to meet the need of the modern and versatile working life in Satakunta municipality and in the neighboring regions including selected fields all over Finland. SAMK provides experts and developers for the region promoting internationality and entrepreneurship in Satakunta area.


DPSDE – Greece

The Department of Product and Systems Design Engineering (est. 2000) is one of the constituent departments of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of the Aegean, and is based on Syros island, the seat of the Faculty.

The first department of Design Engineering in Greece, DPSDE focuses on the integrated/holistic design of modern and emerging products, systems and services following the new approaches in the interdisciplinary field of design

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CERONAV – Romania

Romanian Maritime Training Centre – CERONAV is a self-financed public institution established in 1976 in Constanta, Romania.

It is subordinated to the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure and has been nominated as the national body for the training of seafarers, river and port personnel and provide training under STCW Convention and beyond, including training for offshore rig personnel.