ISOLearn - Partners
UAb - Universidade Aberta
UAb (Open University) was established in 1988 and it is the only Public Higher Education Institution in Portugal using exclusively Distance Learning methodologies.
In its educational programs, the University uses the most advanced technologies and methods.
fb - Finance and Banking
Effebi Association (Finance and Banking Organizational and HR Development Association) is a non-profit organization specialized in the management and development of HR models in banking and financial sectors. The association has great experience in lifelong learning and in managing EU funded projects.
ACAPO (Portuguese Association of Blind and Partially Sighted) is a social body which represents citizens with visual impairments. Its mission is to improve their quality of life, as well as ensuring them participation and inclusion.
APS (Portuguese Association of Deaf) is a social enterprise with around 300 deaf-person associates. Its mission is to defend the rights of deaf people, improve the quality of life and the welfare of this disadvantageous group, as well as defending their professional training.
UNINETTUNO - Università Telematica Internazionale
UNINETTUNO is an International Telematics University with six faculties and more than 10,000 students enrolled to its courses, which are provided in 6 languages through an e-learning platform. The distance courses have been also broadcasted using SAT-TV.
FU (Folkuniversitetet Uppsala) is a national adult education institution which provides a wide range of VET (Vocational and Educational Training) and adult training courses for different disadvantageous target groups, both in Sweden and several European countries.
Univerza v Ljubljana
The University of Ljubljana was established in 1919 and is well-known for its pedagogical tradition. It is composed of 23 faculties and 3 arts academies. By 2020, this University will be recognized as an internationally open and excellent research center, creatively contributing to the quality of life.
The Calouste Gulbenkian is a charitable foundation which operates in four different areas: arts, education, science and social welfare. Its main goal is to implement effective responses for the social needs affecting the most vulnerable groups.