ONECO is a consultancy for European projects in the area of education, culture, employment and local development. ONECO’s activities have changed since its creation in 1997 and it has been transformed from a specialist in mobility projects and internships abroad, using a variety of different funding schemes, to a firm of consultants for a wide range of European programmes.
ONECO “consultancy & mobility” has uncovered a real demand for adding a European dimension to education. As a result, we work mainly with the Leonardo da Vinci Programme, and we have managed over 300 projects since ONECO was founded.
ONECO offers its services as consultants for programmes such as Progress, Culture 2007-2013, Youth in Action and VII Framework, among others, all of which are related to education and training, culture and employment.
ONECO has a highly qualified team available for preparing and managing European projects, with contacts both at home and abroad. A wide range of partners and participation in over 400 projects show our company's success.
ONECO has 13 people on staff.

Latest News

New project to focus on the impact of mobility!

The past 24th and 25th of January, 2014, the consortium of the MOB G.A.E. project celebrated its Kick-Off meeting. The 2 year project, co-funded by the European Union, aims to evaluate and disseminate the impact of international mobility experiences in the personal and professional lives of  former participants and organisations/people dealing with mobility.

T-Tactic@school project completed!

The T-Tactic@school project offiically ended at the end of September 2013.  However, the T-Tactic@school consortium continues to implement the manual within its daily work and among its network of partners. Also, the T-Tactic@school Manual and useful annexes can be downloaded for free in The Manual section of the website.  

If you are interested in news on the follow-up of this project, please contact that Project Coordinator (Silvia Volpi) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.