Partners

SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education is a pioneering organisation that initiates and implements projects of social impact, with a focus on social inclusion. SYNTHESIS is the leading organisation in the country in the fields of social entrepreneurship and social innovation, with particular focus on how young people can gain entrepreneurial skills for responding to current and future workplace challenges.

We are an organization that works with young and adult people, offering them opportunities of comprehensive training programs, while giving priority to those who are unemployed or have a cultural, social or economic disadvantage. We aim at social inclusion and thus provide the space and projects that will allow people to develop their social skills.

SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education is a pioneering organisation that initiates and implements projects of social impact, with a focus on social inclusion. SYNTHESIS is the leading organisation in the country in the fields of social entrepreneurship and social innovation, with particular focus on how young people can gain entrepreneurial skills for responding to current and future workplace challenges.

We are an organization that works with young and adult people, offering them opportunities of comprehensive training programs, while giving priority to those who are unemployed or have a cultural, social or economic disadvantage. We aim at social inclusion and thus provide the space and projects that will allow people to develop their social skills.

Cap Ulysse is a French training centre committed with several initiatives aimed at strengthening the European workforce. It has a strong knowledge of European project management (as coordinator and partner) and over it 13 years’ of experience on didactic innovation and work based learning for educational purposes on a European perspective.

Istanbul University – Cerrahpasa, a state university, was established in 2018 by being splitted from the oldest and the biggest University of Turkey, Istanbul University. The Higher Education Council has given this decision due the fact that Istanbul University had 311.078 students, of whom 73.214 were regular and 237.864 distance education students.