Associated Partners

Associated Partners are regional and local authorities, businesses, and citizens who participate and contribute to both the Ulysseus long-term mission and to our regional development and to shape the future of the European Higher Education. They are involved in the co-creation and design thinking processes, in the plans and structures and in the programs of activities of Ulysseus.

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We develop formats of training, education, dissemination, communication, outreach, industrial research and -design for cutting-edge alliances or project teams who aim to advance one or more elements of the European Green Deal. Especially between regions, territories, and Brussels.


Our new NGO co-opened the 1st New European Bauhaus Festival with UvdL in June 2022 and we are a registered trademark in the Nice Classes 41 and 42 with EUIPO.

Argos is a consulting company made up of 11 people. We are dedicated to the design and development of educational, environmental and social participation projects as well as the promotion of science in order to improve our social and natural surroundings in the world we live in.

Our work includes training of teaching staff, developing teaching material and event organisation. Events include the annual “Feria de la Ciencia – Science Fair and the “Congreso Internacional sobre Investigación en la Didáctica de las Ciencias” – The International Congress of Research into the Teaching of the Sciences.

“La Feria de la ciencia” is a meeting place for research centres, universities, businesses and more than 130 educational institutions. It is held in May and is currently one of the biggest events for the promotion of science in our country with over 27000 visitors a year. If you go to this event, you will see 7000 students teaching science, and 800 teachers accompanying them.

Argos also organises the International Congress of Research into the Teaching of the Sciences, sponsored by the magazine “Enseñanza de las Ciencias”, with over 800 participants, predominantly Latin American. The next edition will be held at the University of Lisbon. As well as this, we also advise over 300 Andalusian educational facilities on the development of Environmental Education programmes with projects such as the “Red Andaluza de Ecoescuelas – Andalusian Network of Eco Schools and others, all encouraging healthy lifestyle habits and the promotion of science. All of this using learning methodologies based on research.

The European Health Forum Gastein is an independent, non-partisan organisation, founded in 1998 as a European health policy platform, which has since grown far beyond traditional health policy spaces. Its aim is to provide a neutral and inclusive platform for the discussion and advancement of health, solidarity and equity in the EU and beyond, and our founding principle is the equal representation of all stakeholders.

La French Tech Côte d’Azur (FTCA) is an association created in 2016 which supports young innovative companies via acceleration programs in the Alpes-Maritimes Region mainly in Sophia Antipolis, Grasse, Cannes and Nice. FTCA is the local startup scene. It’s also a unique movement bringing together startup, scale-up, investors, policymakers and community builders. Our mission is to make France one of the greatest places in the world to launch and grow global companies that make sense for our future.


A label Since the launch of the initiative French Tech in 2014, the French Tech Côte d’Azur region has been given the seal approval. In 2019, the local ecosystem of tech entrepreneurs was awarded the label “Capitale French Tech” (French Tech Capital). An ecosystem La French Tech is an ecosystem of leading entrepreneurs as well as everyone engaged in helping startups grow and develop their international reach. La French Tech Côte d’Azur ecosystem is at the national forefront in the fields of telecommunications, AI, Automotive, and cybersecurity. The e-health, new mobility and creative industry sectors are also solid assets on a local level.

RES is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to the creation of sustainable ecosystems that provide talented people and startups with the critical instruments needed to build successful projects and socially responsible businesses.

It is a multi-disciplinary community that works collaboratively and aims to achieve economic sustainability, not only for the projects that we harbor but for society at large.

International Carpathian Foundation Network is a network of four independent foundations serving the Carpathian Euroregion. The Euroregion consists of these highlighted border regions in Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Hungary and Romania. Carpathian Foundations support development of their diverse and multi – ethnic communities, encourage local partnerships, and assist grassroots not – for – profit organizations and local governments

South Tyrol’s innovation district. A stimulating surrounding for companies, institutions and the university to collaborate on research and development projects.

Sapiente was established in 2016 with the mission to support the development of modern and digital society in the Eastern Slovakia region. We organise various educational and development projects and initiatives connecting digital trends with the society.

Promote the construction of the metro lines already planned for Sevilla Metro, with the aim that the metropolitan area of Seville has a sustainable mobility infrastructure appropriate to its size and needs. Up to now Sevilla is the only european city of its size without a metro network Also: to propose improvements to the lines pending construction, considering the aspects of economic, social, cultural but, especially, sustainability, taking into account the mission of the European Commission’s program (100 intelligent and climate-neutral cities), where Sevilla city is included.

The Women Entrepreneurs of Finland (Suomen Yrittäjänaiset) was set up in 1947. The goal of the Association is to promote the economic, social and operating conditions of women entrepreneurs. At present the Women Entrepreneurs of Finland has more than 60 member associations and over 5000 individual members. Almost 60 percent of members are sole entrepreneurs, 40 percent have employees. We have members fro all different fields of businesses.