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Kristianstad University was founded in 1977 and offers over 40 programs and 450 courses to approximately 14000 students and has 500 staffs. Among the four faculties (Business, Health Sciences, Natural Sciences and Teacher Education), the most active fields of research are biosphere, health/sustainability, food- and health science. In the 2017 higher education intake, Kristianstad received the most applications from all university colleges in Sweden. Kristianstad University has positioned itself as a university that focuses on integrating theory and practice. Encounters with the private sector, public agencies and other organisations provide education and research with added value. As the only university in Sweden, Kristianstad University offers a minimum of five-week work placement in all programmes in collaboration with various agencies, hospitals, elderly care, businesses and organisations in all programs. At graduation, the students are highly employable and prepared for working life. Work-integrated learning is also a field of research and the multidisciplinary team of researchers study it from different theories and perspectives. The university's research is conducted in close collaboration with the main programmes and in partnership with organisations and companies in order to ensure the research is relevant, innovative and implemented.
Contact: Martin Persson
Triskelion was founded in 2015 in Stavanger, Norway and is an organisation that specialises in applied research and knowledge mobilisation in the fields of psychology, education, public health and medicine. Even though we are a young organisation, the staff members represent a wealth of experience in the above-mentioned areas and have for example, participated in over 65 international projects, published over 125 peer-reviewed publications and presented & facilitated at over 250 conferences & workshops internationally. The Triskelion team is involved in projects that have developed training courses, curriculum designs or interventions in a lifelong learning perspective to advanced research studies in the mentioned fields. We work with various target groups such as youth, adults, socially disadvantaged groups (for example, the unemployed, migrants, and disabled) and highly skilled professionals. A particular focus is on implementing projects and activities that promote social engagement in a range of topical areas and various target groups to promote physical and psychosocial wellbeing.
Contact: Thomas Nilsen
Neapolis University Pafos
Neapolis University Pafos (NUP) is a privately owned university located in Pafos, Cyprus. It was founded in 2010 and in addition to abiding to the uppermost academic standards through a highly competitive curriculum, it strives to become an institution where research is the main focus. NUP is accredited by the Cyprus Government and its degrees are recognized as equivalent to those by Higher Education Institutions in other EU member states. It offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs that reflect its philosophy in developing a balanced portfolio of academic activities. Environmental Impact Assessment and Sustainability Management, Counseling Psychology and in Digital Video Production. The university also operates a number of its post-graduate programs via distance learning platforms. NUP’s primary target is the creation of a dynamic learning environment focusing on fundamental and applied research in academic areas in order to further the creation of centres of excellence in a variety of academic fields.
Contact: Marios Argyrides
Lithuanian Sports University
Lithuanian Sports University (LSU), founded in 1934, is a specialised public higher education institution that has developed its unique traditions in sport, leisure and health sciences. LSU is known as a leading academic and research centre in sports science in the Baltic Sea region. It has a strong focus on sport, physical activity, rehabilitation and recreation. LSU mission is to promote sustainable development of physical, mental, emotional and social well-being of people (from childhood till old age), help train elite athletes, participants of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, and provide prompt recommendations to politicians and all interested institutions on the development of Lithuanian social and economic well-being through sport, physical activity, recreation and rehabilitation through creative involvement of the world research, studies and modern technology in sport and exercise, physical activity and nutrition, recreation and rehabilitation and the development of research of the highest international level in those areas in Lithuania. The LSU offers study programmes at all three study cycles, mainly in sport science, where studies, research and practice are closely interconnected. In 2020-year university
had 1483 students and 175 teaching and research staff members.
Contact: Rasa Jankauskiene
Paderborn University (UPB) stands both for modern education and innovative research. With its mission as a "University for the Information Society", UPB embodies the concept of a modern profile university. The decisive pooling of resources in the catalogue of its subjects and disciplines in its five faculties of Arts and Humanities, Business Administration and Economics, Science, Mechanical Engineering, and of Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Mathematics lead to a concentration of the research activities in all those fields that are of fundamental importance to the continuing development of the Information Society. With a student population of nearly 20.000, more than 2.500 staff members and 251 professors, the UPB belongs to mid-sized universities in Germany. The annual externally funded budget of more than 50 million euros is about 25% of its budget (2018). UPB has been participating in the European Research Framework Programmes for more than 20 years, with over 30 projects in FP7, 28 in Horizon 2020 and so far 30 Erasmus+ projects.
Contact: Elke Grimminger-Seidensticker
Universidade Do Porto
Founded in 1911, UPORTO is one of the largest higher education and research institutions in Portugal with 31.897 students (20% international, including mobility), 2.698 academics & researchers and 1.643 administrative staff. It has 14 Faculties, 1 Business School and 49 Research Centres located in 3 campuses. The Center for Psychology at University of Porto (CPUP) brings together researchers from different areas of Psychology with a common interest in human behaviour, mind, and brain, in health and in disease. The overarching goal of CPUP is to produce world-class research and innovative educational and clinical applications, thereby contributing to the development of an inclusive society. An integrative approach is privileged through the combination of complementary methods, techniques, and expertise.
Contact: Sandra Cristina da Silva Reis Torres