The BSZ Wasserburg am Inn is a school center with a vocational school and a technical college. The vocational school is part of the german dual vocational system, where companies send their apprentices for one third of their working time to the school.
This school contains the following departments for VET training. Technical Product Design and Technical Model Making with about 550 students. Plastic Processing Mechanics with around 600 students. Car Mechatronics with 400 students and a part dealing with students without having a company contract or with refugee background (50 students). The second school within the center is the fulltime college for Plastics Engineering and Carbon Composites with about 40 students. So the school is a competence center for developing and producing parts of plastics and composites. The school has very strong partnerships with companies spread in southern Bavaria and is always developing new lessons to teach knowledge about the latest technologies in the german industry


„Edmond Nicolau“ Technical College is a high school located in Brăila, a Danubian town situated in the south-east of Romania. This small town can be described as a mixture of cultures such as Greek, Russian, Gipsy, Turkish, etc. In the past six years, the school experienced such an advanced dynamic growth that at present it is the largest technical college in the town. Our school has achieved a large number of students, especially due to its diverse educational offer. The school provides practical training both in our school, which has been recently equipped and at different economic agents which have signed conventions for
training students in certain fields. The school has a central location with access to all means of transport. There are 830 students in our school, studying in different labs and cabinets: Computer / Physics / Foreign Languages. The school staff is made up of 43 associate teachers and 11 substitute teachers. The most important factor of change is the ability to innovate, to cooperate and to interconnect successful activities from an economy, general knowledge and community life, our school encourages learning in order to achieve some important goals: learn to have knowledge and skills and be fully prepared to live
in the community. Therefore, our school considers the students to be in the center of qualitative education, offering them a general and professional preparation.


The school was established in 1963. In 1993 the school was named after Mikalojus Dauksa. On the 1st September 2015 the school became Vilnius Engineering Lyceum, and on the 1st September 2016 it became Engineering Lyceum of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University. Engineering Lyceum of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University is a public school implementing two educational programs simultaneously: general and engineering.
There are 1479 students and 110 teachers. Since 2011 Lyceum has carried out in-depth technology, science and mathematics education. Students start learning engineering in the 1st grade, and in Year 9 they begin to study design. Engineering framework program is integrated in all the lessons. 15-19 year old students go to Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, where they perform a variety of physics, biology, chemistry laboratory work, also mechanics, design, media working together with university students and professors.
In 2014 Lyceum established the first Confucius class in Lithuania. Here students learn the Chinese language and culture. This year, the Chinese language taught as an integrated subject in the second and third grades, high school students learn Chinese as a third foreign language. The school joined the PASCH schools network, which means that students have an opportunity to do DSD German language exam. Lyceum cooperates and actively works with the social partners. Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Geothe Institute, VU Confucius Institute, Education Development Centre, Robotics Academy, Cooperating with the social partners, pursuing a higher quality of education, creativity and a wider variety of ways of self-expression needs, the school community is constantly evolving.


Colégio Claret is a private school of basic, secondary and vocational education. In the current school year – 2018/2019 – it has 38 teachers, 34 non-teaching staff and around 500 students.
“Colégio Claret” is a place of education, whose function is to help families developing: the students’ personality; their progressive self-esteem and capacity to be protagonists and responsible for their educational process; the respect for the fundamental rights and freedoms of each individual; the sense of coexistence and acceptance; attitudes that favor responsible participation in social and cultural life; and also the commitment to build a fairer and more fraternal society, in which peace, cooperation and solidarity among peoples, is possible.
Our educational mission is that of integral education for all people and for the people as a whole, globally, in accordance with a Christian conception of man and life. Therefore, in close cooperation with parents, the College favors the development and enrichment of the biopsychological, psychomotor, intellectual, affective, sociocultural and transcendent dimensions of each student, with a view to building a SENSELIFE PROJECT.. The “Colégio Claret” wants to develop the European dimension of the school.
We encourage networking, collaboration, sharing of information and partnerships, as we believe


Pureza de María School is located in Tenerife’s capital city, Santa Cruz. It is a direct-grant/ grant-aided mixed school, in which education is imparted according to the normal curriculum at the following levels: Kindergarden, Primary, Secondary, A-Levels/ Baccalaureate. Each year group consists of four different class groups, except at A-Levels/Baccalaureate level, which has only three. All core subjects and many optional subjects are taught. Languages are obviously important for participation in European projects; our students’ first foreign language is English and in general, they have a very good level resulting from our school’s participation in a Bilingual English Development Assessment (BEDA) programme. French is their second foreign language, with German being taught in 5th of Primary and 1st of ESO in Secondary School. The school has a total of 89 teachers and 1,502 students this school year, 2019-2020.

Kayseri High School (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXZXN1JcMRI) is a Project-oriented school in Melikgazi district of Kayseri. Education and training are carried out by 51 teachers and three administrative staff for 739 students between 14-18 years of age. Our vision as an educational institute is to be a pacesetter school aspiring to have international standards by continuous improvement and innovation. We have been following through our mission of training the new generation as personally and academically fulfilled, socially cohesive and highly qualified active citizens within the frameworks of the School Strategic Plan, EU 2020 objectives and 2023 Vision by the Ministry of Education. As a consequence of the strategic planning and practices, the school has earned the title of “Project Oriented School” in the 2017-2018 Academic year along with four schools in Kayseri. The Project Team has been working on various projects since 2010 and has recently completed the Training Course on Proposal Writing and Planning by the Research and Development Department of Kayseri Provincial Directorate for National Education.
The contact person and the coordinator of this Project are Hayriye Çiğdem Altunbağ from the English department of the school. She has attended seminars, courses, and webinars by the ministry of Education and the University of Erciyes, especially on digitalizing Foreign Language teaching and the use of Web2.0 tools.The other coordinator is Çiğdem Karakuzu from English Department.She attented teacher training in Oxford within Comenius Projects and work as a teacher trainer in Erzurum for two years.She has worked as the interregional coordinator in the department of Social Activities of the Provincial Directorate of National Education and conducted organizations including recycling competition,planting events excursions both within and out of the region.Her project short movie is on display on Youtube and is currently used for a recycling project for lower grade students. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmmX0qCqHOk) The other member of the team Fatma Sarı from the German Department has work experience in Germany and improved her skills in methodology via seminars and courses by in-service training and German Cultural Center. She coordinated the former Erasmus+ KA219 Project between 2014-2016 and she is conducting an Etwinning Project in German. All the teachers have been collaborating the University of Erciyes in training the trainees and have actively been involved in national and international
projects including the “Young Innovative Entrepreneurs“ Project by TED College and American Embassy and Erasmus+ KA219 Project. The Project Team will be accompanied by four other teachers of the English Department and the IT supervisor of the school. All the partners are experienced in conducting projects. There’s also an active environmental club which also has ongoing projects on recycling at different fields within the school.