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Partner for DIGITAL Skills 3: Infoday and pitching event

Virtual Live

The third round of DIGITAL Europe Programme calls has now been published, with up to 56 million euros to design  

  • Bachelor's and Master's courses in digital domains such as cybersecurity, internet of things, blockchain, artificial intelligence, etc.

  • Multi-disciplinary courses empowering professionals in non-ICT sectors with digital skills

Are you a higher education institution, a research and excellence centre or an innovative business developing digital technologies? You now have the opportunity to partner-up and design courses and programmes to expand the European education offer in strategic digital domains! 

For details, visit the page dedicated to the DIGITAL Europe Programme calls in digital skills and have a look at this factsheet we prepared.

Have you missed the Infoday and pitching event?

To learn about the composition requirements, conditions and criteria, you can watch the recording of the "Partner for DIGITAL skills - Infoday and pitching event" tol learn about the scope and the administrative requirements of Call 3.

Watch the recording now

Are you looking for partners? 

During the event, 11 organisations interested in applying to the Call have pitched their project ideas. Check them out by downloading the presentations and start your partner search by pitching your own idea in the Partner for Digital Skills Networking Group where you will find a dedicated thread of discussion on this specific call on education programmes in key digital technologies.

There are 4 easy steps to find partners: 

  1. Register and login to the Platform via your EU Login account.  

  1. Join the Partner for Digital Skills Networking Group.

  1. Present yourself and your organisation in a comment on the dedicated Discussion Thread.  

  1. Message other group members via Private Messaging and invite them to partner. 


Part 1

1.Welcome and Introduction to the call 

2. Scope of the call - DG CNECT

3. Administrative steps and Funding&Tender portal - HaDEA


Part 2

Tips and best practices from previous successfull applicants 

EBSI - European Blockchain Services Infrastructure

Pitching organisations

Event Details

Target audience
Digital skills for the labour force.
Digital skills for ICT professionals and other digital experts.
Digital skills in education.
Digital skills for all
Geographic scope - Country
Industry - field of education and training
Basic programmes and qualifications
Literacy and numeracy
Target language
Geographical sphere
EU institutional initiative
Event organizer
Event setting
Virtual Live