This innovative project is a partnership of 6 European organisations active in autism research and practice. The partners have developed a research programme that aims to impact, at a European level, on the transition from school to higher education for young adults on the autism spectrum.
Leeds Beckett University (formerly Leeds Metropolitan University) has long history of autism research in a HE, learning and child development context. The university leads the Autism&Uni project.
The Foundation for European Initiatives is a non-profit organisation that assists people with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism and learning disabilities.
Keskuspuisto Vocational College offers special education to students with disabilities and functions as a national centre for developing special education practice, in particular for students with autism spectrum disorders.
Autismo Burgos is a non-profit organisation that promotes the well-being of people with autism spectrum disorders and their families.
Eindhoven University of Technology is a research university located in a high-tech industry area of The Netherlands, attracting an above average number of autistic people.
The Academy of Humanities and Economics focuses on research and development of e-learning platforms and innovative teaching curricula.