Catholic University College
of Education Graz (KPH Graz)
The Catholic University College for Education Graz is a private college for education and offers an innovative and value-oriented education for pedagogues. Under the model of «the child in the middle» there are curricula for bachelor studies degrees for primary and secondary teaching as well as offers for degrees in further education. Along with the focus on values this institution features an openness for new developments, at the center of which stands the protection and sustainability of educational processes.
University of Teacher Education Styria (PHST)
The University of Teacher Education Styria is nationally and internationally renowned institution that strives for professionalization in teacher education. Under the motto «Teaching. Learning. Research.», many teacher education programs are offered including for the primary and secondary levels, for nutritional pedagogy, information and communication pedagogy and teaching in polytechnical schools. The University of Teacher Education Styria places a lot of value on international cooperation and projects; they strive to secure achieved research results for future sustainability.
School Board of Styria
The School Board of Styria is an establishment of the federal government that is responsible for the management of the state and federal schools. Beyond the school system this institution contributes to a common development of education in Styria through active communication and cooperation with educational institutions of all levels. Internationalization is one of the biggest goals of the school board and has its own department.
Lucian Blaga University
The Lucian Blaga University in Sibiu is a state university with new faculty and 22 scientific research centers. This institution has over 100 cooperation partners worldwide and over 200 Erasmus partnerships with European universities for 350 areas of study. The university has effected numerous investments in support of scientific projects and has organized conferences in varying fields.
University of Regensburg
The University of Regensburg is a campus-university with a current student population of 20,300. The chair for didactic of German language and literature focuses on the optimization of competence orientated teaching and learning processes in their subject. In the field of research they are focused on the review of current and testing of new teaching methods with regards to specific German-didactic competences.
German Department of Education for the autonomous province Bozen
The German Department of Education for the autonomous province Bozen unites offices, agencies and inspectorates under one roof with an emphasis on advice and service. This institution manages and analyzes the overall development of the field of education on the basis of evaluation results and exercises the functions of management, consultation and coordination.