Since its founding in 2008 until today, the Algebra University College has prepared more than 20 proposals for development projects and applied to various tenders for domestic and international financing. More than a half of these projects were proposed in consortium and cooperation with international partners, some of them are still being conducted at the moment, while others are completed;
- development and independent assessment of internal quality assurance system in higher education (financed by the Flemish Government)
- development of teaching materials and new curriculum for the field of computing in secondary vocational schools in the Republic of Croatia (joint project with FER, IEEE, HUP – Croatian Employers’ Association and secondary vocational schools) (financed by EU through IPA program)
- development and establishment of e-learning infrastructure and contents for public administration (joint project with IBM) (financed by European Union)
- development of testing system for the certification of ICT knowledge (joint project with Slovenian association Informatika) (financed by the Republic of Slovenia)
- development of testing system for the certification of ICT knowledge (joint project with JISA – Union of ICT Societies of Serbia and Montenegro)
- development of a basis of methods for professional career guidance through international project financed by Lifelong Learning program – Leonardo da Vinci / Transfer of Innovation
- development of a model system for the recognition of non-formal and informal learning in higher education and its management. The project was realized in cooperation with ASHE and University of Split and financed by EU funds through IPA program.