Meet the Partners


Strive for Excellence

since 2017

Here you have an opportunity to know the schools and the enterprises that are working right now so that guidEU becomes a strong tool for the future of our kids.
Cyprus, Poland, Spain and Turkey. Four countries all together with the same purpose: Developing future careers through personalised guidance.

People Behind


President of the Board OIC Poland

Ewelina Iwanek

Erasmus Coordinator Antalya Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu

Engin Cengiz

Managing Director Eurosuccess

Giorgios Giorgakis

Educational Psychologist Atocha Betanzos

Mary Mariño

Headmaster of Zespol Szkol Ogolnoksztalcacych w Deblinie


Erasmus + Coordinator Highgate School

Antreas Antreou


OIC Poland - Project Coordinator


OIC Poland Foundation is one of the leading training organisations operating in the Lubelskie Voivodship. The main aim of the OIC Poland Foundation is prevention of unemployment and fostering economic development by implementation of the educational and counselling programmes and support services, targeted at a great scale at SMEs in the region, attained through: • unique training solutions (courses, seminars, conferences, counselling, national and international projects – Erasmus +) • commercial offers of training services • accredited courses, trainings and MBA, post-graduate studies • Loan Fund Keeping abreast of the times, the Foundation offers unique trainings, combining formal learning with mentoring, coaching programs to provide the most effective professional development solutions available. Innovative teaching tools, career guidance, customized training programs, business oriented approaches complement the teaching process, bridging the gap between university study and work, helping trainees to develop employability skills and entrepreneurial attitudes. Extensive network of professional and academic partners across Europe and collaboration with Universities, schools, companies, organizations from different sectors allows the Foundation to identify and transfer best practices among business units and to develop best improvements plans for the Lubelskie region.




Antalya Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu


Antalya İl Milli Eğitim Müdürlüğü is a local public authority and in charge with the planning and coordination of all kinds of educational and training activities from pre-school education to the end of the secondary education in Antalya Province including 5 central and 14 provincial districts. We serve the schools’ needs, in accordance with the legislation and the directives of the Ministry of Education, in a productive way, taking into account the special geographical and demographic characteristics of our region. We traditionally held broad responsibilities: These include ensuring fair access to education and training opportunities, as well as other social goals such as reducing the inequalities that result from socio-economic disadvantage.


Highgate School


Highgate was founded in 1991. We are located in a green and quiet area, ten minutes outside the main city of Nicosia, in Cyprus. In this safe and beautiful surroundings we cater for children from the age of two all the way to eighteen. Our children come from many countries, giving the school a cultural mix which reflects the world in which we live. Its vision is that every member of the school community must have the opportunity to learn, to acknowledge, understand and celebrate their own and other’s abilities, cultural religions and traditions. We encourage respect and tolerance of all cultures, and promote an awareness and acceptance of commonality and diversity within our school. The curriculum reflects the cultural diversity to which pupils belong and of which they will become adult members. It is our priority that all pupils are given the opportunity to recognize the equality, worth and dignity of people from their own and other cultures through a broad and balanced curriculum. We endeavour to foster a sensitive, informed attitude amongst our pupils, creating a caring atmosphere in which diversity and commonality of cultural beliefs, traditions and values are explored. We believe that an intercultural education is valuable to all children in equipping them to participate in an increasingly diverse society. The last five years, we participated in one Comenius project, three Erasmus+ KA2 projects and one Erasmus+ KA1 project, where we had the opportunity to meet and work with teachers and students from many different European countries as Spain, Turkey, Romania, England, Estonia, Germany, France, Hungary, Italy, Slovenia, Austria, Bulgaria, Latvia and Poland.




Our school was established almost 90 years ago and it has been renovated, modernised and equipped with new technologies. The school is located in a small town Dęblin with a population of about 18 000, 70 km from Lublin and 100 km from Warsaw, by the Vistula river. Dęblin is famous for Air Force Academy and military airport. There are 184 students in primary school, 183 students in lower-secondary school and 193 students in upper-secondary school. Primary school starts with pre-school at the age of 6 and finishes at the age of 12. Children learn Polish, maths, English, science, history, IT, art, music and PE. Lower-secondary school is for students from 13 to 15 years old. Students learn new subjects: physics, chemistry, biology, geography, foreign languages (German or Russian). They take final exam in Polish, maths, history, geography and a foreign language. Upper-secondary school is for students from 16 to 19 years old. Students choose subjects of their interest, which they take in their final exam MATURA.




Eurosuccess Consulting, through a dynamic team of young scientists provides a comprehensive package of services addressing the needs of modern Cyprus enterprises especially on matters like innovation and technology. EUROSUCCESS identified, from the initial steps of its operations, the need for creating links between the Cyprus economy and the wider European market and put great emphasis on the exploitation of the potentials created by the accession of Cyprus in the European Union. Today EUROSUCCESS offers a variety of services to the Public, as well as the Private sector of Cyprus. It has also started to actively participate in international schemes, through a well-established network of partners abroad, based on the intense past experience of its founder. It is specialized particularly in dissemination. EUROSUCCESS aims to a constant improvement of its offered services, as well the development of its team which will give the opportunity to enhance its scientific sector of expertise. Furthermore, Eurosuccess Consulting has extensive experience in relation to coordinating and managing European research projects. Based on all of the above, Eurosuccess Consulting participates in consortiums and supports to the maximum extent possible the desired approval and consequently the successful implementation of such proposals. Furthermore, the company is associated with a wide range of partners (research institutions and businesses, Universities, non-profit organizations etc.), from various EU countries, who at any time are able to support and assist at any request, depending on the nature and needs of each proposal individually.


CPR Plurilingüe Nuestra Señora del Carmen - Atocha Betanzos


CPR Plurilingüe Nuestra Sra del Carmen is a small school with 30 teachers and 353 students (from 3 to 18 years old) situated in Betanzos, a small village of around 13000 inhabitants in Galicia (north-west of Spain). Our students´ families backgrounds are low/medium class, and their average educational level is also medium-low. Our students´ average economic level used to be medium, but because of the crisis our country has been suffering for the last 5 years, we have now lots of families with a big number of unemployed parents, which has had a consequent negative influence on our students´motivation: they cannot see a clear future for themselves, dramatically aggravated by the high rates of youth unemployment our country is suffering from.  For our situation, the school has a few opportunities of collaborating with other European schools, and we firmly believe the participation of our institution in this kind of projects can positively influence both on the school´s prestige, and on our children´s motivation: sharing experiences with other European schools, living other students´ realities in other European countries, and most of all through collaborative work. Our school has been working hard trying to establish this innovative way of work: collaborative work. We have recently become a “multilingual” school, working with CLIL system. Although we are a small school, our staff is really hard-working; most of all to get all the best for our students, our final goal.


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