University of Malta – TRACtion Project Coordinator

THE UNIVERSITY OF MALTA (UM), project coordinator, is the leading higher education institution in 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. UM carries 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. Courses are designed to produce highly-qualified professionals in multiple disciplines. Alumni community is growing exponentially: well over 3,500 students graduate in various disciplines annually. UM’s structures are in line with the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education area. It has a track record of excellence in research and innovation. The UM is also represented in a number of European and International University networks and groups.

ATU St Angelas

ATU St Angelas, is a provider of University-level education and research in the North West of Ireland. As a College is a dynamic, fast-growing educational institution that recognises strategic location in Sligo and the North West. They are fully responsive to the local/regional needs and aware of the contribution not only to University-level education but to the social and economic development of the region. The St. Angelas College is founded on over 400 years of education tradition.  This is a tradition which values both Christian ideals and academic excellence with a strong community environment recognised for its friendly, caring, atmosphere characterised by respect for the individual. ATU St Angelas has a well-deserved reputation for delivering high quality programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels across the Academic Schools of Nursing, Health Sciences and Disability Studies; Home Economics; and Education. The ATU St Angelas also offers a range of Postgraduate and Part-time Education Programmes.

University of Helsinki

The University of Helsinki, founded in 1640, is Finland’s largest and oldest academic institution. Almost 40 000 people operate in its academic community, which is dispersed across 11 faculties and four locations. University’s strategic plan currently emphasises four research themes: wellbeing for humans and our environment, a humane and fair world, a sustainable future for our planet, and the possibilities that limitless curiosity opens up – a universe of ideas and opportunities. University of Helsinki multidisciplinary academic community solves problems that affect us all – with the power of knowledge, for the world.