Projects : Implemented projects :

Project "GenerationBALT"


GenerationBalt. Linking maritime education with the changing job market for a new generation of Baltic Sea experts.

Project goal is to boost the South Baltic maritime economy by match-making between high-profile job-seekers and employers in the maritime-related professions. In the long term, our partner universities want to be able to better adapt their curricula to the changes in the labour market.

Main project activity will be the international Generation BALT supplementary study programme, covering 5 courses, designed around the maritime sectors with largest development potential identified by the foresight. Target group are skilled and ambitious last-grade students and unemployed graduates from the region. In course of intensive match-making activities participants will have a chance to meet their potential employers, arrange an internship and possibly a job.

Project duration: 36 months (01.07.2011 - 30.06.2014).

Lead Partner -the University of Rostock (Germany).

Projekto Partners: Klaipeda Science and Technology Park and other partners from Germany, Poland, Sweden, Lithuania and the Kaliningrad Oblast.

There are 10 Associated Organisations participating in the Project.

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Part-financed by the European Union

(European Regional Development Fund)


Testimonials about 10 years of cooperation with KMTP

The majority of innovative enterprises start their activities in small teams; therefore, KSTP is the best place to start business. The Park forms ideal conditions for creation and incubation of small enterprises. Small companies especially need help and space where they could grow and improve. I am glad that KSTP makes a very important contribution to promotion of small and medium business.

Chairman of Small and Medium Business Council of Klaipėda City Municipality

Aras Mileška

Our active cooperation with KSTP lasts for several years. We together with the Park and geothermal heat plant ‘Geoterma' AB carry out research concerning the use of geothermal water resources of Western Lithuania for balneotherapy, treatment, SPA procedures. We hope that this joint research will encourage making more efficient use of geothermal resources in our country and will help to develop health tourism.

Faculty of Health Science of Klaipėda University

Artūras Razbadauskas