We are happy to inform you that the pre-selection procedure for the participation to the Mu.SA Specialization course has finished and the pre-selected candidates per country (Greece, Italy, Portugal) have been informed through email. Due to the GDPR law, the details of the pre-selected candidates will not be announced publicly. Totally, only 120 candidates are selected to continue with the Specialization Course in the Mu.SA project countries. The Specialization course will start in 16 September 2019 and end on 13 March 2020.

We would like to thank all candidates who took time and submitted their Expression of Interest for the Mu.SA Specialization Course!  We remind you that this is a pilot specialization course that we hope to develop it to a permanent course, and we shall inform you when a new Mu.SA Specialization Course is announced.

Once more, we would like to thank you all for supporting the Mu.SA project and we are looking forward to see you in a new course!

Mu.SA: Museum Sector Alliance

Mu.SA addresses directly the shortage of digital and transferrable skills identified in the museum sector as they have been explicitly recorded during the analysis phase of project eCult Skills, which was funded under the Lifelong Learning Programme (2013-15)

Benefits of the Project Mu.SA

Project outputs will directly benefit museum professionals and unemployed in the cultural sector, as well as the museums themselves. Indirectly, the project will contribute to raising the quality of life of the general public, by enabling museums to offer enhanced cultural experiences.

Mu.SA Project

Mu.SA Project

The project “Mu.SA: Museum Sector Alliance” is approved in the European Framework of Erasmus+ / Sector Skills Alliances. It aims to address the increasing disconnection between formal education and tr

Who we are

The partnership consists of twelve partners from four Countries: a EU-wide Network of museums and cultural organizations from Belgium; three museum sectoral organizations representing two Associations

What we do

Mu.SA project will produce a range of innovative outcomes, including European profiles of emerging job roles in museums that will serve as a common reference at European level, staged VET methodology


The online platform of the Mu.SA project serves as the main delivery medium for the project outcomes. The platform supports the open exchange of opinions, ideas, experience, discussions, peer learning


Our motivation: Due to the quickening pace of the adoption of ICT in the museum sector, a strong disconnection between formal education and training and the world of work has been observed. The Mu.SA project aims to close that gap.

News & Events



On Friday April 3, 2020, the DAISSy Research Group of the Hellenic Open University in collaboration with the Culture Action Europe is organizing the event “The future of Museum professionals in the di

Face to face training sessions for the Italian students

This event, which is part of a series of meetings created to support the WBL of Italian students, is divided into two distinct sessions, which will take place over two days in Rome, at Link Campus Uni

The technological challenge of cultural heritage: the role of the industrial engineer

The event is part of the program “Matera Capital of Culture” and is organized by the National Council of Industrial Engineers. The conference will try to answer these questions: how new technologie

The Mu.SA project presented in the European conference 2019 ‘Embracing the virtual. European museums respond to the digital challenge’

Panagiota Polymeropoulou from the DAISSy Research Group - Hellenic Open University presented the Mu.SA project in the European conference 2019 ‘Embracing the virtual. European museums respond to the d