The kick-off meeting of the "Games for Goals" project took place on 24-25 November in Lille, France. The project, led by the French non-governmental organisation (NGO) "Le Partenariat", counts with the participation of 6 other organisations (NGOs and European Higher Education Institutions), among which ISPGAYA.
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On the 22nd of November, took place at ISPGAYA, in the scope of the curricular units of Computer Engineering Pre-project and Seminars and Electronic and Automation Engineering Pre-project, a presentation session of the company WireMaze by the CSO, César Silva and the Digital Marketing Specialist, Nina Silva.
On the 21st of this month a visit of the company were2retail to ISPGAYA took place. The event took place following seminars organised within the scope of the pre-project curricular unit (3rd year of the degrees in electronic and automation engineering and computer engineering).
On the 12th of November, ISPGAYA was present at the Professional School of Gaia for the PAP presentation session of the Mechatronics Technician course where the trainees had the opportunity to shine demonstrating the skills acquired in the three years of training.
On the 15th of November, at ISPGAYA, and within the scope of the curricular unit Electronic and Automation Engineering Preliminary Project (Degree in Electronics and Automation Engineering) and Computer Engineering Preliminary Project and Seminars (Degree in Informatics Engineering), a session of presentation by the Talent Acquisition Team, from ITSector.
ISPGAYA organised the first mobility of students and teachers of the Start IT project. This project, led by HTW Berlin, is funded by the European Union through the Erasmus+ programme (KA2 support line) and also has the participation of 4 other European higher education institutions, DKIT (Ireland), UL (Poland), Centria (Finland) and AP (Belgium).