The cross-border innovation network for value analysis supporting value analysis is an innovative tool for the increased success of Slovenian and Austrian companies.

The main objective of this project is the construction and establishment of a cross-border network connecting research institutions, supporting organizations and small and mid-size businesses in order to promote cooperation in sustainability through constant progress in value analysis method, staff development, and competence enhancement, thereby putting theoretical findings into practice and contributing to a higher competitiveness strength and regional sustainable development in accordance with the program.



INSPIRES (Innovative Social Policies for Inclusive and Resilient Labour Markets in Europe) is a long-term project co-funded by the European Commission under the Framework Program. The main goal of the INSPIRES project is to contribute to the resilience and inclusiveness of labor markets in European countries. The benefits of INSPIRES are manifold due to the fact that combating unemployment and promoting inclusion have always been an important policy goal for the European Union. For this purpose, the project will deliver evidence on the emergence and impact of innovations in labor markets, employment, and social policies by analyzing large-scale data sets like the European Labour Force Survey, EU-SILC, LIS, global data provided by ILO and OECD, and new qualitative and quantitative data.




The Alma Mater Europaea - ECM programs in Quality Assurance in Higher Education Institutions and Higher Education Management, International Assessment, and Program Analysis are financed in part by the European Union (European Social Fund) and by the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of Slovenia. The objective of the project is the establishment of a system which will adhere to domestic and European quality development guidelines and which will include all internal and external factors for the establishment of a complete quality system throughout the self-evaluation process.



Alma Mater Europaea actively promotes Slovenian science and research activities abroad by co-organizing the Društvo i tehnologija (Society and Technology) scientific conference in Croatia with the Croatian Society of Communicology. The international scientific conference presents interdisciplinary scientific research in the fields of society, education, science and technology. The rapid development of society, science, education, technology, culture, arts, media, communication and new ICT technologies contributes to changes at all levels of communication (global, regional, national, local, glocal) which result in social changes in all spheres of society, science, education, and technology development.