Asia and the USA - European greatest competitors in the EdTech field, are focusing their efforts on networking and collaboration, building up their already recognised position in this field worldwide.

Europe represents the second largest market for education globally. However, in order to prosper, it needs to champion the collaboration between all the stakeholders. EETN is the first European EdTech Network, enabling transnational cooperation among leading European universities and innovators, supporting Higher Education development on such a scale.

We are rapidly expanding our network, having on board preeminent partners, presenting methodology analysis of six different models of collaboration with start-ups, applied in six European universities.

Project Partners

Oulu University of Applied Sciences

Oulu UAS is a strong and multidisciplinary University of Applied Sciences. They educate competent and innovative professionals and do active research and development. In co‑operation with other partner institutions they create new vitality to the northern region.

IE University

IE University has a personalized, student-centric community with a rich diversity of individuals, ideas and approaches. Each year over 130 nationalities are represented on its campus in Segovia and Madrid, with over 75% of its students coming from outside of Spain.

University College London

UCL is London's leading multidisciplinary university, with more than 13,000 staff and 38,000 students from 150 different countries. UCL was the first university in England to welcome students of any religion and the first to welcome women on equal terms with men.

University of Leuven

KU Leuven is a research-intensive, internationally oriented university that carries out both fundamental and applied research.  It is strongly inter- and multidisciplinary in focus and strives for international excellence.


Grenoble Ecole de Management

Founded in Grenoble, the school has developed solid expertise in the management of technology and innovation, meeting challenges in the digital world, healthcare, energy, entrepreneurship, sharing economy and geopolitics.

Swiss EdTech Collider

Switzerland’s first collaborative space dedicated to ambitious entrepreneurs transforming education and learning through technology.


MindCET is a center for innovation and technological development in education, founded by the Center for Educational Technology – CET.

Malta College of Arts, Science & Technology

Country’s leading vocational education and training institution with innovative AI strategy, created by their Applied Research and Innovation Centre.

Kempten University of Applied Sciences

With its innovative Startup Center, Hochschule Kempten is promoting the use of practical and innovative learning methods, supporting innovation.


Learnovate is a technology research centre, hosted by Trinity College, Dublin, focused on Learning Technologies and works across a range of learning contexts.

University of Münster

One of the largest universities in Germany with over 120 degree programmes, promoting junior researchers and innovative education.


The UK’s leading EdTech research accelerator, understanding and developing evidence-informed ways of combining human intelligence with artificial intelligence and emerging technologies, benefitting human learning.

Linnaeus University

Linnæus University sets knowledge in motion for a sustainable societal development. It is one of Sweden's newest universities and with more than 30,000 registered students in a creative and international knowledge environment.

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

AUAS offers a broad range of professional education programmes to a diverse mix of students, enabling them to fully develop their talent and independently practise their chosen professions at a high level.