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We are pleased to announce that the Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology will participate in the prestigious project to build a European University (European University) within the framework of EUonAIR.


EUonAIR, an international research and development project, is an initiative dedicated to introducing artificial intelligence (AI) into curricula and promoting academic mobility across Europe. Aimed at developing the MyAI virtual campus, the project aims to create innovative solutions that will contribute to AI-based education. The project is scheduled to begin in January 2025 and is expected to run for four years, with a budget of €14.4 million.

EUonAIR Consortium

EUonAIR consists of 10 core partners and 5 associate members from various countries, including Poland, Germany, Croatia, Spain, Lithuania, France, Luxembourg, Greece, Ukraine, Switzerland, Estonia and Italy. The project's partners are renowned institutions that are working together to transform the educational landscape in Europe through the implementation of modern AI technologies. The Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology is a leader among the technical schools in the project.

What goals has the EUonAIR project set for itself?

The EUonAIR project, which won the highest rating from the European Commission as part of the European Universities 2024 Erasmus+ initiative, aims to improve the quality of education through the integration of artificial intelligence. The initiative is coordinated by Prof. Aleksandra Przegalinska and Prof. Izabela Grabowska of Kozminski University.

The European Commission recognized the project for its potential to create a new kind of university, implement AI processes in higher education in an inclusive and ethical way, and for its importance in bridging the skills gap needed for Europe's green and digital transformation.

European Universities 2024 Erasmus+ initiative."

The European Universities 2024 Erasmus+ program is an ambitious effort to facilitate alliances between higher education institutions. The program benefits students, staff and society by developing long-term, structural, strategic and sustainable cooperation within European alliances. The initiative aims to improve the international competitiveness of higher education in Europe and promote European values and identity.

EUonAIR partners

  • Kozminski University (Poland)
  • Polsko-Japońska Akademia Technik Komputerowych (PJAIT) (Poland)
  • Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (Germany).
  • The Zagreb School of Economics and Management (Croatia)
  • Fundacio Privada Universitat Abat Oliba CEU (Spain)
  • ISM Vadybos ir Ekonomikos Universitetas UAB (Lithuania)
  • Ecole Superieure des Sciences Commerciales d'Angers Association (France)
  • Luxembourg School of Business ASBL (Luxembourg)
  • University of Piraeus Research Center (Greece)
  • Lviv Polytechnic National University (Ukraine).
  • International European University (Ukraine)
  • Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana (Switzerland)
  • Sihtasutus Estonian Business School (Estonia)
  • Link Campus University (Italy)
  • Hochschule Heilbronn (Germany)

Congratulations to all partners and consortium members involved in this initiative. We are honored that as PJAIT we can co-create such an innovative project.

Interested in studying? Get in touch with us!

Contact the Recruitment Department to get answers to all your questions.

enrolment @pja.edu.pl


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