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(Português) Projetos KA1


2020-1-PT01-KA103-077716KA103 – Mobilidade Individual para Aprendizagem
2019-1-PT01-KA103-060109Programa Erasmus+ KA1, as Instituições de Ensino Superior podem proporcionar aos seus Estudantes, Docentes e Pessoal não Docente um período de realização de estudos ou de estágios, missões de ensino ou formação em Estabelecimentos de Ensino Superior ou Empresas do Estrangeiro, em países elegíveis pelo Programa, com uma duração mínima de 2 meses e máxima de um ano, enriquecendo desta forma o leque de formação da sua população académica através do contacto com outras culturas e a aprendizagem de outras técnicas e competências nas áreas de especialização a que se destinam.

(Português) ECHE-LP-2020

(Português) ECHE-LP-2020 “ERASMUS CHARTER FOR HIGHER EDUCATION 2021-2027” quality certificate  Project: 101012752 — NEW_ERAS_IPVC


• Respect in full the principles of non-discrimination, transparency and inclusion set out in the Programme.
• Ensure equal and equitable access and opportunities to current and prospective participants from all backgrounds, paying particular attention to the inclusion of those with fewer opportunities.
• Ensure full automatic recognition of all credits (based on the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System – ECTS) gained for learning outcomes satisfactorily achieved during a period of study/training abroad, including during blended mobility.
• Charge no fees, in the case of credit mobility, to incoming mobile students for tuition, registration, examinations or access to laboratory and library facilities.
• Ensure the quality of the mobility activities and of the cooperation projects throughout the application and implementation phases.
• Implement the priorities of the Programme

(Português) European Solidarity Corps

(Português) European Solidarity Corps – Quality Label for Volunteering Ref. Nº. 2020-1-PT02-ESC52-007241

A Quality Label is an organisation’s entry ticket to the European Solidarity Corps. It is a prerequisite for organisations to participate in the Corps’ activities lead to a European Solidarity Corps project grant. The European Solidarity Corps brings together young people to build a more inclusive society, supporting vulnerable people and responding to societal challenges. It offers an inspiring and empowering experience for young people who want to help, learn and develop.

(Português) Operational Programme Science and Education for Smart Growth

(Português) Operational Programme Science and Education for Smart Growth – Parceria com Bulgária – Technical University of Varna

The Bulgarian Operational Programme “Science and Education for Smart Growth” (SESG) has two overall goals: strengthening research and innovation and enhancing education and social inclusion at all educational levels.

(Português) RURASL - Rural 3.0: Service Learning for the Rural Development

Rural 3.0 aims to bring higher education institutions and rural partners together to work toward a common goal – develop the necessary knowledge and skills to make changes in rural communities.


  • PhWien (Pädagogische Hochschule Wien – University College of Teacher Education Vienna) – Austria
  •  FFZG (Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb) – Croatia
  •  RSM (Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University) – Netherlands
  • SCE (Strascheg Center for Entrepreneurship, Munich University of Applied Sciences) – Germany
  • UAM (Autonomous University of Madrid) – Spain
  • VMU (Vytautas Magnus University) – Lithuania
  • AG5 (Local Action Group) – Croatia
  •  LAG Ammersee (Ammersee Local Action Group) – Germany
  •  LAG Kaunas (Kaunas Local Action Group) – Lithuania
  •   LAG Galsinma (Galsinma Local Action Group) – Spain
  • LAG AJD (AJDeão Local Action Group) – Portugal
  • SSA (Stichting Schutsluis Alblasserdam) – Netherlands
  • Plenum (Gesellschaft für ganzheitlich nachhaltige entwicklung gmbh)
  • UniBO (University of Bologna) – Italy
  • LAG L’Altra Romagna (L’Altra Romagna Local Action Group)

INCOME – Innovative Cooperation Business-HEI Learning Model for Tourism

INCOME Tourism aims to develop a new learning approach, based on a cooperative learning process that joins Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and tourism businesses focused on soft skills learning, that will be incorporated into the last year of the Tourism program.


  • Ceval
  • CIM Alto Minho – Intermunicipal Community of Alto Minho
  • Spain
  • Central de Reserves de Montserrat – Spain
  • University of Bergamo – Italy
  • Guida Viaggi – Italy
  • Malta University Consulting – Malta
  • Malta Business Bureau – Malta
  • Faculty of Economics, Business, and Tourism, University of Split – Croatia
  • DHBW Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University – Germany
  • ATLAS – Association for Tourism and Leisure Education and Research
  • PPLL Consulting – Portugal

(Português) CULTSENSE

This project aims to develop educational modules that can be integrated into different programs, namely in Tourism, Leisure, and Culture, areas wherein (potential) young travelers are more inclined to learn about local cultures. Secondly, an educational toolkit for teaching staff will be developed, and training will be provided. CULTSENSE will ultimately contribute to better relationships between residents and travelers, even in overcrowded places.


  • University of Girona
  • Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
  • Novia University of Applied Sciences
  • Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu

(Português) MechaUz - Modernization of Mechatronics and Robotics for Bachelor degree in Uzbekistan through Innovative Ideas and Digital Technology

The main aim of the project is to develop Bachelor’s degree program in the field of Mechatronics; to improve the mechatronic’s specialists knowledge in Automation sphere, to support the capacity building of higher education institutions and to make contribution for the sustanaibility of Mechatronics. Likewise, the project aims to maintain further cooperation between HEIs of PrCs and Uzbekistan in order to ensure quality of higher education continuously. This project provides great opportunity to involved HEIs to teach their students and train their faculty/staff internationally. Most importantly, an exemplary continuous education program in Mechatronics will be developed in Uzbekistan upon successful completion of the project.



  • International Helenic University – Greece
  • South-East European Research Centre – Greece
  • Vilnius Gediminas Technical University – Lithuania
  • Liepaja University – Latvia
  • Vidzemes Augstskola University of Applied Sciences – Latvia
  • Andijan Machine Building Institute – Uzbekistan
  • Turin Polytechnic University – Uzbekistan
  • Ferghana Polytechnic Institute – Uzbekistan
  • Tashkent University of Information Technologies – Uzbekistan
  • Karshi Engineering-Economics Institute – Uzbekistan
  • Tashkent State Technical University – Uzbekistan
  • Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialized Education of Uzbekistan – Uzbekistan
  • JV GM Powertrain Uzbekistan – Uzbekistan

(Português) Beyond Scale

This project sets out to establish a network of practices in higher education institutions and of policy makers to strengthen the organizational capacity of higher education institutions and boost their entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Beyond Scale


  • WPZ Research – Austria
  • Center for Higher Education Policy Studies, University of Twente
  • Angel Kanchev University of Ruse
  • FH Campus Wien – University of Applied Sciences Campus Vienna – Austria
  • Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) – Ireland
  • Dublin City University (DCU) – Ireland
  • NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences – Netherlands
  • NOVA University Lisbon – Portugal
  • University of Innsbruck – Austria

(Português) INICIA - Especialización en Gestión de Iniciativas Económicas Colaborativas y Economía Social en Centroamérica

Due to new forms of economic organization associated with the Social Solidarity and Sharing Economies, the project aims to support the curricular adaptation of Central American Universities so as to improve their human resources capacities and prepare them for the challenges of these new economic models.



  • ESCP Business School – France
  • Complutense University of Madrid
  • DINÂMIA’CET-IUL | Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies – France
  • Central American Technological University (UNITEC)
  • University of Porto
  • Santa María La Antigua Catholic University
  • Universidad Americana
  • National Autonomous University of Nicaragua
  • José Simenón Cañas Central American University
  • University of El Salvador
  • Rafael Landívar University
  • National Technical University
  • University of the Valley of Guatemala
  • Central American Higher Education Council

(Português) In Common Sports +

This project sets out to reinforce and consolidate the factual basis for two physical activity programs for elderly individuals by incorporating three new areas: study the impact; adapt sports to create new ones and traditional games for sporting competitions/events; and gather new findings about people’s attitudes and habits towards health, particularly those related to physical activity and unhealthy diets.

In Common Sports +


  • Municipality of Vila Nova De Cerveira
  • Comune of Cesena – Italy
  • Municipality of Aksakovo – Bulgaria
  • Zoldpont Egyesulet Es Szerkesztoseg – Hungary
  • University of Vigo – Spain

(Português) ARDENT - Advancing Rural Development through Entrepreneurship Education for Adults

ARDENT project is targeted to Adult learners in the rural communities (aged 25 and over) of various professional backgrounds possessing some formal education but currently unemployed*. It aims at improving the transfer of competences from HEIs in the sense of lifelong further learning to the Adult communities in Rural areas, to seed in them the basis to become job creators and not job seekers. Through a Community-Based Learning approach to entrepreneurial skills development among adult learners, ARDENT seek to integrate them into a process where they need to generate creative solutions to real-life challenges of rural communities. In this way, the university is able to engage with the society and achieve synergies through lifelong learning in the form of entrepreneurship to promote rural development.


  • Fachhochschule Munster – Germany
  • Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek – Croatia
  • Krakow University of Economics – Poland
  • Univations Gmbh – Germany
  • University Industry Innovation Network B.V. – Netherlands
Updated on 11/02/2021