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NTNU, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

NTNU is the biggest university in Norway and has a main profile in science and technology. NTNU has international focus, with headquarters in Trondheim and campuses in Ålesund and Gjøvik.  NTNU has around 9,000 employees and more than 42,000 students are attending their University.

University of Split

As a predominant scientific and teaching public institution in the region the University of Split has expanded during the course of the past 45 years to include eleven Faculties, one Academy of Arts and four University Departments. There are about 20,000 students enrolled in the University’s undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs.

SPINIT, Unist Technological Park

Unist Technological Park was founded by University in Split with the aim to develop and manage an entrepreneurial infrastructure and support for university graduates and other enthusiasts who want to take their  entrepreneurial ideas in the field of high technologies to self-employment. Emphasis is placed on the mission of making as many University Split graduates as possible creators of their future through their own entrepreneurial ventures, which includes mentorship and financial support.

University of Malta

Lying at the cross-roads of the Mediterranean, UM has been, over its 400-year history, the hub for international academic exchange on the island. At UM we carry out academic research and provide a vibrant higher education setting in the arts, sciences and the humanities as required for Malta’s economic, social and cultural development. Our alumni community is growing exponentially: well over 3,500 students graduate in various disciplines annually.

NORD University

Nord University is committed to delivering relevant educational programmes and research, with a focus on blue and green growth, innovation and entrepreneurship, and welfare, health and education. Nord University has around 1,300 employees and more than 11,000 students are attending their University.

University of Gdańsk

The University of Gdańsk is a dynamically developing institution of higher learning, and one that combines respect for tradition with a commitment to the new. It is currently one of the most modern academic centres in Poland. They have eleven faculties with over 25,000 students, doctoral students and post-graduates, who are taught by more than 1,700 academic staff. 

TrønderEnergi

TrønderEnergi strives to create value through environmentally friendly production and distribution of energy for the benefit of the local region. The Group generates annual sales of approximately NOK 1.5 billion and employs around 400 staff (about 150 without distribution). TrønderEnergi is organised as a group where TrønderEnergi AS is the parent company of a number of subsidiari. 

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University of Brest

A public institution founded in 1971, UBO is a medium-sized university (around 23,000 students) offering a wide range of programmes in all fields. It is a member of the Université Bretagne Loire (UBL), a regional coordination structure for higher education.

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