EUTA provides training courses and consulting services to our clients so you can be successful in EU project development, writing and management, but we are also project implementation partner and we ensure that our EU projects achieve outstanding impact and sustainability. This is a short summery of EUTA projects.
Full proposal title: Strengthening European Food Chain Sustainability by Quality and Procurement Policy Coordinator: University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Duration: 2016-2020 Budget: EUR 6,911,876.25 More info strength2food.eu Strength2Food aims to improve the effectiveness of EU food quality schemes, public sector food procurement and to stimulate short food supply chains through research, innovation and demonstration activities. Partners: Our 30-partner consortium representing 11 EU and 4 non-EU countries combines leading academic, communication, SME and stakeholder organizations to ensure a multi-actor approach. Read more
Fill proposal title: Building Capacity of Serbian Agricultural Education to Link with Society Coordinator: University of Belgrade Faculty of Agriculture Duration: 2013-2016 Budget: EUR 895,225.13 More info casa.polj.uns.ac.rs CaSA aims to strengthen links between higher education and society by building capacity of all five Serbian Faculties of Agriculture to improve teachers’ competences in pedagogic skills and in their ability to provide eLearning in-service vocational trainings. Partners: Our 13-partner consortium is represented by all Serbian agricultural faculties (both public Read more
Full proposal title: International comparisons of product supply chains in the agro-food sectors: determinants of their competitiveness and performance on EU and international markets Coordinator: Leibniz Institut fuer Agrarentwicklung in Mittel und Osteuropa (IAMO) Duration: 2012-2015 Budget: EUR 2,422,725.00 More info compete-project.eu Partners: The COMPETE consortium was composed of 16 partners from 10 European countries and brought together academics, trade bodies, industry representative advisory bodies and agricultural cooperatives. COMPETE aimed to deliver a coherent and innovative evaluation of Read more