The TecnoCampus participates in the European project "Academy 4 Business", led by the University of Tallinn (Estonia). This project aims to bring academia and business closer, with the design of a new course aimed at academia and entrepreneurs or small businesses to boost the entrepreneurial and scientific mentality with "edTech" and other technologies for education.

The project was selected as part of the call for Erasmus+ "Cooperation partnerships in higher education" and will last for 2 years from January 2023. Last January 26 and 27 it took place at the Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic) the first meeting of the project, with all the partners. Màrian Buil, professor and researcher in entrepreneurship, and Marta Carceller, from the project and research support office, participated on behalf of TecnoCampus.

The project counts as a strategic partner at state level with the support of Lurtis, a company that develops technology based on artificial intelligence, and with the support of Mataró City Council, the association Dóna't un impuls, FAGEM and PIMEC You will find more information about the project in this link.


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