EDUNET Association is a non-profit organization registered in Romania in 2008 which aims at promoting lifelong learning and supporting professional education.
The educational offer of the EDUNET Association includes initial and continuing vocational education and training, support for professional integration, foreign language learning, personal development, key competences and digital competences development of adults.
EDUNET has two vocational nursing schools, accredited by Romanian Ministry of Education with 360 nursing students: EDUNET Nursing School in Craiova and EDUNET Nursing School in Bailesti, .
Since 2011, the EDUNET Association is a provider accredited by the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Education for adult vocational training and language learning.
Since 2008, EDUNET developed many European educational projects, as promoter or partner, working together with 80 partners from 24 European countries.
Edunet developed projects for VET learners and adults to achieve their abilities and competences necessary to personal development and for professional integration and active citizenship.
Some implemented projects addressed the social cohesion, fighting the social exclusion, increasing the access to education and development of vulnerable groups, migrants, people from disadvantaged rural areas.
Since 2018, EDUNET, was promoter of the initiative of developing a European Model for intercultural education of nurses in Europe (IENE) during the IENE1-IENE8 projects, working together with Middlesex University of London and other partners from 12 countries.
EDUNET implemented Mobility projects for students and teachers, and provided support of other schools and educational organizations for European cooperation.
For the quality of the implementation of the mobility projects, Edunet was awarded with ERASMUS + VET MOBILITY CHART
A number of 39 qualified medical teachers and other staff with a long experience in the teaching of nurses and other health care professionals work in the EDUNET Nursing Schools and 15 project managers and staff are involved in the European projects.