An Erasmus+-project with 5 schools from 5 different countries, more than 100 students and more than 20 teachers directly involved, need a lot of powerful and creative partners. Here you can find an overview of the country’s partners from Belgium, Germany, Italy, Slovakia and Spain like museums, tourism companies, city councils, foundations and many more…

This page is actually under construction,
but first partners are already listed! 



  • Fugger Foundations
    The nine Fugger foundations have been in continuous existence since the 16th century. Jakob Fugger wanted to provide Augsburg citizens with places to live (Fuggerei). Nowadays the Jakob Fugger Gymnasium and the Fugger foundations creating an active partnership with many projects. One highlight of the collaboration of the last years is the contribution in the frame of the Erasmus+-project:

    • Welcome speech during the kick-off-meeting by Alexander Graf FuggerBabenhausen
    • guided tours in the Fuggerei
    • Presentation of the foundations and the programme of the NEXT500 festivities by Astrid Gabler in the frame of the Fugger-Forum
    • Interview with Interview with Maria Theresia Countess Fugger von Glött
    • Guided tour through the Fugger forests near Laugna
    • Invitation to the grand opening party of the NEXT500-pavillion for the whole project group. 
    • Workshops in the NEXT500-pavillion

  • Fugger Welser Erlebnismuseum
    This museum presents the history of the most important Augsburg merchant families of the late 15th and 16th centuries, the Fugger and Welser. The main focus is on the question of which success factors made the two families rich. The following activities were carried out by the museum: 

  • City of Augsburg
    As the Jakob-Fugger-Gymnasium is a municipal secondary school the city council always supports the school. In the frame of this Erasmus+-project the group was invited to the city hall for an official reception, received a free visit at the famous golden hall and received material and small presents for our partners for all mobilities. 




  • School of Mining and Industrial Engineering, Almadén
    Founded in 1777 the Almadén Mine Academy became a centre of studies and research where the ideas of renewal in the matter of mining in Europe found an ideal breeding ground to put into practice. Nowadays you can study Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Mining and Energy Resources in Almadén. In the frame of the project 

    • the university carried out workshops on the history of mining, environmental studies and geology for the students
    • an expert from the university held a speech at the “Fugger-Forum” in Almadén