The European Commission recognized the importance of SEA-EU collaboration and positively evaluated the project proposal SEA-EU FOR ALL. In other words, the SEA-EU Alliance received funding for additional four years during which partner universities will work together on transforming higher education.
In addition to existing six partner universities - University of Cadiz (Spain), University of Western Brittany (France), University of Kiel (Germany), University of Gdansk (Poland), University of Split (Croatia), University of Malta, three new partner universities - University of Algarve (Portugal), University of Naples Parthenope (Italy) and University of Nord (Norway) joined the Alliance. With this expansion, the Alliance spread over a wider area of Europe.
This transnational campus, now containing 9 universities and more than 20 cities involved, is a home to more than 150,000 students and 18,000 employees who are the main focus of this collaboration.
Goals of the new project proposal are further developing mobility and university networking on all levels, creating new joint offers of education and better conditions on campuses; developing inclusion, multilingualism, student life, digital and green campuses, etc.
University of Split, together with associated partners in this project; cities of Split, Sinj and Makarska, Split Port Authority, ESN Association, Most Association, Ericsson Nikola Tesla company, DIV Group and Institute for Oceanography and Fisheries, connects cities, ports, institutes and companies with partner universities in Europe, fulfilling its mission to become the center of development in its wider environment.