The Faculty boasts itself with more than 60 years of tradition in the areas of education and scientific research within the PEOPLE – PROCESSES – INFORMATION triad that forms the foundation of expert and managerial work in organizations. The Faculty of Organizational Sciences is engaged in the theory and practice of organization of business and work systems, information systems, and human resources and educational systems. The mission of the Faculty of Organizational Sciences, as a socially beneficial organization, is to contribute to the development of the environment by implementing scientific and research activity, higher education of students, life-long education and training, counselling, conference activity, publishing activity, and other activities of higher education establishments, following the internationally recognised principles of quality in higher education and established models of business excellence.

The Faculty of Organizational Sciences carries offers study programmes, which cover the areas of Human, Process and Information Management – the key areas of each organization: Organization and Management of Information Systems, Enterprise Engineering, Organization and Management of Human Resources and Educational Systems, Management in Sport and Crisis Management.

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The University of Murcia (UMU) is an international institution that is over a hundred years behind it, although its origins can be traced back to the 12th century. Today, it is home to more than 30,000 students (2,000 from abroad), 3,000 researchers and lecturers, and an administration force counting 1,200. UMU is a reference for Higher Education in southeast Spain. At the same time, it is a driving force in society in the Mediterranean Basin thanks to its Campus de Excelencia Internacional Mare Nostrum (CMN).

ACADEMIC OFFER. UMU is an all-inclusive state university offering 60-degree qualifications – five dual degrees – 75 master's degrees, and 36 Ph.D. qualifications in Fine Arts and Humanities, Engineering, Health Sciences, Sciences, Social Sciences, and Law. UMU boasts 21 university centers in 5 campuses. In addition, the Universidad Internacional del Mar (UNIMAR) offers around one hundred summer courses in various areas of knowledge.

RESEARCH AT THE UMU. UMU is geared toward academic excellence and is a key player in the world of research with its 350 research groups, 4 research centers and institutions, the Office for International Research Projects OPERUM, and close collaboration with national and international industries.

Faculty of Nursing:

FACULTY OF NURSING. The Faculty of Nursing at the University of Murcia has provided nursing education and training for 30 years. Its main focus is to impart scientific knowledge in the fields of nursing and healthcare to increase the knowledge base, collaborate with clinical professionals, and promote healthcare awareness in society. Since its inception, it has developed various syllabi for nursing students in line with European and national nursing education guidelines. The faculty trains 180 students annually for 4 years, including 2300 hours of practical training in health centers and institutions.

The Faculty comprises various departments, encompassing areas of knowledge essential to the education of nursing students. Among these, the Department of Nursing stands out as the largest contributor to the Bachelor's Degree in Nursing program. The department is home to 18 full-time and 56 part-time lecturers, all of whom are nurses.
Jamk is a creative university that develops and strengthens learning, skills, and competitiveness together with partners and collaborative networks. Jamk has over 8 500 students and 900 employees. In the field of Social Services and Health Care there is seven bachelor's and six master's degree programmes. The degree programme in nursing is taught in both Finnish and English. There is also three Master´s degree programmes in English.

Working life-oriented research, development and innovation (RDI) work is one of the basic tasks of Jamk. The aims of the RDI activities include both renewing competence within Jamk and improving competitiveness in the working and business life.

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AsFO is a public health organization providing healthcare and social services.

We are one of the five organizations which constitute the Friuli Venezia Giulia public healthcare system. Our organization employs about 4000 people of whom 600 are doctors, 3000 are health workers as nurses, midwives, physiotherapists, health technicians and support operators and the rest is composed of technical and administrative staff.

We manage two hospitals and several territorial facilities, such as health centers, hospices and restorative facilities.

AsFO is organized in departments, such as a prevention department, a mental health and addiction department, and different health districts. The remaining departments are focused on providing and supervising the clinical activity within the hospitals.

As a public institution, our mission is to provide essential services on the principles of universal access and equal treatment. We favor a multi – professional and personalized approach to service provision placing the person at the center of all our services, and are deeply connected with the local community. The involvement of local communities and associations are crucial for ensuring appropriate prevention and health promotion policies. We provide to ensure health and social services, treatment and rehabilitation and we also manage disability social services on behalf of local municipalities.

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The University of Udine is an Italian Public University founded in 1978 by National Law.

Currently University of Udine offers 40 first cycle degree courses and 38 second cycle degree courses. In addition, the University offers postgraduate teaching and research, with a broad and diverse range of training courses, residency schools (27, mostly in medicine), university master (19) and doctorate (27) degrees. It has 15.018 students and 692 professors and researchers. Scientific research is performed and coordinated by 8 Departments and 8 Research centres and supported by a central administrative office. In health care sector, University of Udine has 10 first cycle degree courses, 1 single cycle degree course and 4 master degree course.

The Department of Medicine (DMED), that is involved in the project, has almost 100 professors and researchers and almost 2.200 students. DMED has managed in the period 2015-2020 59 research projects funded on competitive calls for a budget of almost 8M€. Additionally, the University of Udine research team involved has a large experience in Erasmus+ projects both as partner and as leader.

The Department of Medicine’s scientific interests are focused on different research topics: Active ageing, Cardiovascular sciences, Degenerative and inflammatory diseases, Diabetes and nutrition, Education and simulation in health, Exercise physiology, sport medicine and rehabilitation, Imaging e advanced diagnostics, Microbiology and infectiology, Molecular and clinical oncology, Neurosciences, Pharmacology, Precision medicine, Public health and welfare, Tissue regeneration and transplantation, Women and children health. Since May 2016, the University of Udine officially obtained the HR Excellence in Research Award from the European Commission.

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