The EADHE project is carried out by the Universities of Aarhus, Coimbra, Ghent, Gothenburg, Leipzig, and the training and research institution CEIS Formazione. The University of Bologna coordinates the project.

The University of Bologna was founded in 1088 and is considered to be the oldest university in Western Europe. Nowadays, it still remains one of the most important institutions of higher education across Europe with nearly 90.000 enrolled students, 23 faculties, 80 research departments and research centres, 3000 academics and 3000 members of administrative staff.

Gent University is one of the major universities in the Dutch-speaking region of Europe. It is a socially committed and pluralistic. There are 32.000 students - 11 faculties and 7.100 staff members at Gent University.

CEIS Formazione is a training and research institution which is authorized to provide advanced training, e-learning and training for special target groups (people with disabilities, addicted people, convicted people, etc) within the regional vocational training system.

The University of Aarhus (AU) is a leading national university in Denmark with 3 campus sites in Denmark. The University of Aarhus belongs to the international elite - AU is among the top 100 in the different ranking-lists of the world’s universities.

The University of Coimbra (UC) is a public institution of higher education in Portugal whichhasmore than 700 years of experience in education, training and research. The first Portuguese university and for a long time the only one in the country, UC has affirmed its position over the years with a unique mix of tradition and innovation.

Founded in 1409, the University of Leipzig is the second oldest university in Germany. Out of nearly 29.000 students, 2600 come from about 130 foreign countries. 14 faculties offer 140 study programs which are taught mainly in German and partially in English. The Research Academy Leipzig offers and supports international exchange on PhD level.

The University of Gothenburg has approximately 39000 students and 5000 employees and is one of the major universities in Northern Europe. It consists of 9 departments and more than 40 different institutions, covering most scientific disciplines, making it one of Sweden’s broadest and widest ranging institutions of higher education.