As a DECAMP student you benefit from “green mobility”. This means you can study at a foreign university from your home town.

We thought you would like to know a bit about where you would like to take your online DECAMP course. Please take a moment to have a look at a 5-minute film on the university where you will have your selected ICT security course. Who knows, maybe one day you will go there … simply browse a little further down for the film clip!

We are a group of six international strategic university Partners. International because we are located in six different EU countries.

GermanyRomaniaItaly

University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
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United KingdomFinlandSpain

Strategic because we complement each other with ICT security expertise in different areas. Each partner offers its own special ICT security course which is aligned with and complements the other courses offered by the partner universities.
Backed by EU funding, we developed and implemented this new model for an Open Technology Online Campus. It is a virtual campus based on an innovative network of the six partners’ Moodle learning environments. Your benefit: You will have reciprocal access to selected courses.
As an open platform, DECAMP presents a range of special features, such as novel, practically-oriented blended learning online courses for transnational learning, innovative hands-on virtual and real laboratories. Our DECAMP courses confer in-depth knowledge based on lab experience.

Munich University of Applied Sciences, Germany
The Department of Computer Science and Mathematics coordinates the DECAMP courses

University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania

Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland

University of Cantabria, Spain

University of South Wales, UK

University of Padua, Italy



We have three Associated Partners in Germany, France and Romania. They support us – and you – with their expertise and case studies to sensitize you to everyday scenarios.

Siemens AG, Germany
The German multinational corporation is headquartered in Berlin and Munich. As Europe’s largest engineering company, it has around 350,000 employees. Its core activities are Industry, Energy, Healthineers, Infrastructure & Cities. CT IC CERT of Siemens Corporate Technology, Information & Communications, with around 35 researchers, works on a broad spectrum of security topics like malware analysis, secure coding, secure web applications.
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Info World s.r.l., Romania
Established in 2000 and headquartered in Bucharest, it has since been Romania’s leading producer of medical software. It is a founding member of the National Association HL7 . Over 200 employees provide integrated solutions for the health care sector. Info World actively participates in cyber security, both by conducting research projects, as well as by taking part in conferences and scientific presentations.
eRISCS Research Department, Aix-Marseille-University, France
Famous for research on correct design it uses formal approaches for embedded, communicating and secure critical systems design. eRISCS advanced security platform, ARCANA, complies with the NIST standards using full elliptic cryptography approaches. Its integrated cryptographic toolbox, together with generic efficient security protocols, is used in industry R&D case studies and applications for secure communication within heterogeneous and mobile networking systems.