Our international activities are based on our long-time partnerships. They ensure that we offer both a broad and varied selection of activities. The collaboration methods include development projects in the fields of education and counseling services, and student and staff exchanges.
Learn more about these projects below.
Coordinator Business College Helsinki
Partners INOVA+ (Portugal), Know and Can Association (Bulgaria), Bulgarian-Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Bulgaria), Portuguese National ICT Cluster (Portugal), Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences (Finland), Helsinki Region Chamber of Commerce (Finland), Algebra University College (Croatia),Croatian Employers Association (Croatia), Tartu Vocational Education Centre (Estonia), BCS Koolitus (Estonia)
Funding Erasmus+ (KA2)
The DIHUB consortium is setting up a European-wide cluster of interconnected nodes using the latest cloud computing technologies for innovations development, education and for generation of new start-ups.
Learn more about the project here.
Coordinator Tartu Vocational Education Center (Estonia)
Funding Erasmus+ KA2
IN4MARE is a 2-year Erasmus + funded Strategic Partnership project. The project will develop and promote smart outreach approach for adult education in close collaboration of the seven participating education institutions. A total of 67 employees connected to communication and adult engagement will participate in three joint international training events to exchange experience, learn on how to engage adult learners in communication process and learn how to build up a smart outreach campaign.
The IN4MARE project’s main goal is to reach adult learners, increase their interest in learning and increase their motivation to participate in adult education. The aim of the project is to raise learning demand by developing engaging and inclusive communication methods adult education target groups on both regional and EU level.
Coordinator SDRUDZENIE ZNAM I MOGA – Know and Can Association (Bulgaria)
Funding Justice Programme (JUST), Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme (REC)
The general aim of the project is to support social and economic integration of migrants and ethnic minorities via awareness-raising and training of employers at SMEs and NGOs.
Study report on Intercultural Competence and Diversity Management
For more information, please contact
Helsinki Business College Oy
+358 44 77 56 383, firstname.lastname@example.org
Coordinator Berufsbildende Schule Wirtschaft 1 Ludwigshafen, Germany
Funding Erasmus + (KA2)
The EBBD Prime project focuses on the development and dissemination of the European Business Baccalaureate Diploma.
The EBBD Prime project will continue to develop and disseminate the European Business Baccalaureate Diploma developed in previous Comenius and Erasmus + programs. The EBBD Prime project focuses in particular on updating the curriculum in terms of digital skills, working life cooperation, making the diploma more flexible and dissemination of the diploma. The EBBD diploma enables business students to better demonstrate their business skills and abilities in the European Union region. The EBBD diploma aims to promote student mobility and employment within Europe.
For more information visit https://eurobacdiploma.eu/ebbd-prime/
Global Mindset; student and staff mobility project (2020-2022)
Instructing Excellence; student and staff mobility project (2019-2021)
Broaden your World!; student and staff mobility project (2017-2019)
Ready for the World! student and staff mobility project (2016-2018)
MOVE; student and staff mobility project (2015-2017)
Coordinator Business College Helsinki
Aalborg Handelsskole, Denmark
Niels Brock Business College, Denmark
City of Dublin ETB (Ballyfermot College of Further Education, Ireland
IES Guadalphin, Spain
IES Campanillas, Spain
Hertford Regional College, United Kingdom
International Business College, BHAK 12, Austria
Städtische Berufsschule für Großhandels- und Automobilkaufleute mit Lagerberufen, Germany
Rudolf-Rempel-Berufskolleg, Kaufmännische Schule der Stadt Bielefeld, Germany
Berufsfachschule für Fremdsprachenberufe, Germany ASW-Berufsakademie Saarland e.V., Germany
Berufsbildende Schule Wirtchaft I Ludwigshafen, Germany
Stichting ROC Summa College, The Netherlands
Spain Internship, Spain
Bridgwater and Taunton College, United Kingdom
University of Worcester, UK
IIS F. Brunelleschi, Italy
Stage dating in Malta, Malta
Sannort Sp., Poland
Nacka Gymnasium, Sweden
The aim of the project
The project offers students, teachers and other personnel the opportunity to go abroad on a study, work or training period to support their studies or work. The main objective of the project is to develop the ability of students and staff to work in an international environment and to improve language skills.
Students can apply for an Erasmus grant for their on-the-job-learning period or a student exchange to the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Austria, England, Spain, Malta, Poland, Sweden, Estonia, Denmark or Germany. The amount of the grant depends on the length of the period abroad and the country of destination. Staff can apply for a one-week job-shadowing period. In addition, teachers have the opportunity to embark on a 4-day trip to support student’s internship
Emma Piha, International Coordinator 040 668 6238 | email@example.com
Orsolya Simon, International Coordinator 044 775 6012 | firstname.lastname@example.org