ADRION TRAINEE - Adrion Transnational Master In Renewable Energy

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ADRION TRAINEE -  Adrion Transnational Master In Renewable EnergyThe “ADRION TRANSNATIONAL MASTER IN RENEWABLE ENERGY” (ADRION TRAINEE) project acknowledges the significant interest in renewable energy topics among the countries in the Adriatic-Ionian region and facilitates and promotes the energy transition by creating a joint master’s degree program focused on renewable energy.

The project operates through a collaboration of six partners representing different regions within the focused area, comprising three EU countries (GR, IT and HR) and three IPA countries (RS, BiH and AL).

The primary goals of the project are:

•The creation of a cross-border university and business network, as well as

•The development of a collaborative master’s program through a capacity-building initiative in renewables and a knowledge-sharing strategy

The main strategy embraces a transdisciplinary approach that is founded on principles of mutual learning and context-based knowledge. It encourages mobility and combines the benefits of both live courses and online activities to maximize the learning potential


  1. University of Patras, Department of Chemical Engineering,                       
    Greece (Lead Partner)
  2. University of Bologna - Alma Mater Studiorum, Italy
  3. University of Venice – IUAV, Italy
  4. University of Zagreb, Croatia
  5. Algebra University College, Croatia
  6. University of Novi Sad, Serbia
  7. International University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  8. University of Tirana, Albania
  9. Green Technologies Ltd, Greece
  10. Energo-data, Croatia
  11. Solar Info Community srl (Benefit Enterprise), Italy


CALL5th Extraordinary call for proposals - Priority Axes 1 and 2Programme Priority2. Sustainable RegionSpecific ObjectiveEnhance the capacity in transnationally tackling environmental vulnerability, fragmentation, and the safeguarding of ecosystem services in the Adriatic-Ionian areaStart date02-01-2023End date30-09-2023Total BudgetEUR 935,750.00ERDFEUR 635,235.41IPAIIEUR 160,152.06Website