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Technical testing and validation is a key requirement for joining the EWP Network via inhouse mobility software or 3rd-party providers. This is indicated in the joining procedure and the Collaboration Agreement each node has to sign. No APIs can be made available in the production network prior to the completion of successful technical testing and validation. This process is necessary to ensure the correct functioning of the digital tools; particularly for Inter-Institutional Agreements(IIAs) and Learning Agreements (LAs).


DateName of the partnerType of document that can be exchangedStatus
14th September 2021Masaryk University, ISOISOLAConfirmed
6th October 2021SOP Mobility-OnlineOLA
14th October 2021MoveONOLAConfirmed
18th October 2021ErasmusJetIIAConfirmed
12th November 2021SOP Mobility-OnlineIIAResults under revision
29th November 2021USOSIIAConfirmed
15th December 2021KIONIIAConfirmed
17th December 2021Masaryk University, ISOISIIAConfirmed
20th December 2021BeSmartIIAConfirmed
20th January 2022MoveONIIAConfirmed
31st January 2022XWS NONIOOLAConfirmed
31st January 2022SoleNovoOLAConfirmed
2nd February 2022SoleNovoIIAConfirmed
8th February 2022XWS NONIOIIAConfirmed
11th February 2022OSIRISOLAConfirmed
4th March 2022BeSmartOLAConfirmed
23rd May 2022OSIRISIIAConfirmed
22nd June 2022KIONOLAConfirmed
29th August 2022DigitalisIIAConfirmed
5th October 2022Cantieri Informatici Srl IIAConfirmed
25th November 2022DigitalisOLAConfirmed
30th November 2022University of West BohemiaIIAConfirmed
23rd December 2022 Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya LAConfirmed
5th of January 2023
University of Ljubljana
23rd January 2023CINECAOLAConfirmed
25th January 2023University of MurciaOLA
26th January 2023University of GhentOLAConfirmed
1st February 2023SIGMAOLAConfirmed
1st February 2023SIGMAIIAConfirmed
16th February 2023CINECAIIAConfirmed
16th February 2023Politecnico di TorinoIIAConfirmed
16th February 2023University of MurciaIIAConfirmed
16th February 2023University of LiegeIIAConfirmed
20th February 2023Brno University of TechnologyIIAConfirmed
21st February 2023College of Polytechnics JihlavaIIAConfirmed
23rd of February 2023Universitat de GironaIIAConfirmed
23rd of February 2023University of GranadaIIAConfirmed
8th of March 2023University of PortoOLAConfirmed
1st of April 2023IS4UIIAConfirmed
1st of April 2023Charles UniversityIIAConfirmed
25th of May 2023Universitat de ValènciaOLAConfirmed
31st of May 2023Universita degli Studi di Roma la SapienzaOLAConfirmed
31st of May 2023University Ramon LlullOLAConfirmed
1st of June 2023University Miguel HernándezIIAConfirmed
1st of June 2023Universitat de ValènciaIIAConfirmed
16th of June 2023Ghent UniversityIIAConfirmed
23rd of June 2023University of BelgradeIIAConfirmed
5th of July 2023KALASOFTIIAConfirmed
14th of August 2023Vienna University of Business and EconomicsOLAConfirmed
22nd of August 2023Aristotle University of ThessalonikiIIAConfirmed
15th of September 2023KALASOFTOLAConfirmed

In August 2022, a six-month Interoperability Reinforcement Plan was launched to pave the way for a much more seamless exchange of IIA data under the aegis of EWP. A key action of the Plan was to carry out proactive debugging of the setup of 3rd-party provider nodes and re-engage in technical testing of all nodes. This was essential to ensure corrective measures had been deployed. As a result of this testing, almost all 3rd-party providers were able to improve the services they provide to their clients.