Schools participating

Nordahl Grieg Upper Secondary (NGV) is a public school with 900 students. It is owned by the county of Hordaland. The school opened august 2010. We have a total staff of 150 whereof approximately 100 are teachers. NGV has a large department of general studies including a program for media and communication. NGV emphasizes subjects such as math, physics and chemistry. Technology, research, and Green innovation are other important subjects. NGV has a vocational program as well; Healthcare and Childcare with 90 students increasing next year to 120.

Erasmo da Rotterdam is the biggest upper secondary school placed in our town ( Nichelino ). It has about 1000 students and 120 teachers. In the institute are active many courses focused on different subjects: two courses with a scientific profile, three with a linguistic profile, two in business administration and graphycs – comunications one in surveyor . Teachers and pupils are involved in many projects from local to international dimensions. Students who attend our school come from Nichelino and nearby towns.

Gymnasieskolan Spyken, an upper secondary school for general education fonded more than 150 years ago, has long history of high academic achievement and good results. Our school is situated in the center of Lund – a university town in the south of Sweden. At the moment we are just above 1200 students and 100 teachers out of 140 staff. The students are in the ages of 15 to 19 years old. Teachers and staff are highly qualified and our administration is well functioning. At our school we aim to educate the whole person of each individual student, in order to develop qualifications, skills and personal qualities needed to successfully face working life and higher education.

The Technical College Reykjavik is the largest vocational school in Iceland with approximately 2500 students and 250 employees. The College consists of 13 schools, each with its own principal and educational independence. These are the Schools of Building and Construction Trades, Continuing Education, Handicraft – hair, gold and clothes, Electrical Technology, General Academic Studies, Design, Information Technology, Marine Engineering, Master Craftsmanship, Multimedia, Navigation, the Multicultural School, the Technical Academy and the Icelandic Flight Academy.