Obrtnička škola is a vocational secondary school situated in Split. It is an old city with a rich historical heritage. Our school building is situated in the city centre. Our students are from 15 to 18 years old. We count about 650 pupils and 70 employees (55 teachers). We have several educational departments offering vocational trainings: TEXTILE AND LEATHER,OPTICS, PHOTOGRAPHY, PERSONAL CARE AND SERVICE. Many pupils choose to continue their education at an academic level. Our students' general subjects knowledge (especially STEM areas) acquired in elementary school is low. They have low basic skills in literacy , foreign languages, maths and technology. Some of them tend to leave school earlier. Many students come from lower social classes and low-income families. They don't have many opportunities to go abroad and meet new cultures. All these problems in mind, we try to raise our students' motivation and interest in learning, bringing an international dimension into our institution by participating in international projects and students exchanges. Our previous Erasmus+ project was a great success. It was our first international experience and first students exchanges and it had great impact on our students and teachers. Their involvement in the project has increased their motivation in learning and teaching and has encouraged our students to rely on their inventiveness, urging them to use their entrepreneurial talents. This project will involve the same partners, reinforced by one more school partner from Sweden which makes us very excited and happy. Key people in charge of running this project in our school: Miranda Barac , international coordinator, Milena Knezović, STEM coordinator, Davor Kulić, legal representative. We have a lot of other teachers who helped in the previous project and are willing to participate in this one and take over if necessary. Our students are oriented towards vocational subjects and entrepreneurship, but also learn general subjects and courses involving optical physics or optics, applied chemistry, biology and maths. As a school we have been involved in a new vocational curriculum which insists on pursuing new methodologies and technologies and encourages innovations and entrepreneurial approach to teaching and learning. This includes supporting synergies between education, research and innovation activities, the digitisation of quality learning content and promoting the use of ICT as a driver for systemic change to increase the quality and relevance of education at all levels. Therefore we have identified the importance of digital competences 2.0 to achieve information and data literacy, to improve communication and collaboration through digital technologies, to create and edit digital content, and to raise awareness of safety in the digital environments. We collaborate with the Faculty of Science and take an active part in the annual Festival of Science that is organised by the University of Split.