METIS – MicroElectronics Training, Industry and Skills

Specialists for microelectronics

In the European competition for skilled workers, the microelectronics sector in particular is subject to constant processes of change due to ever-increasing digitization. In the METIS project – an Erasmus+ program – 20 international partners from industry and vocational and higher education from 14 European countries form a consortium to standardize training and job profiles across Europe, to establish current trends and to create foundations for the constantly growing requirements and skills of the future, in order to be able to compete in the global market in the long term.


Duration: November 2019 – October 2023

Funding program: Erasmus+

Target group: Learners (EQF 4-7), education and training providers or HR managers from small, medium and large companies.

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An overview and detailed information on all offers can be found on the METIS platform.


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The advantages at a glance


  • Expand your personal network
  • Meet with like-minded people and experts in the industry
  • Discuss the future of microelectronics

Head start

  • First discover the latest developments in microelectronics
  • Profit from future scenarios and remain or become the industry leader


  • Participate in reports
  • Influence microelectronics education content
  • Influence national and European policy

Numbers. Data. Facts

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Courses in the curriculum

Silicon Saxony Day

Meet the representatives of the METIS project at the annual Silicon Saxony Day! Saxony’s largest high-tech event offers you an excellent platform for presenting your company as well as your services and solutions. You can also meet technology experts from all over the world here.

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METIS has received funding from the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union under GA No 612339-EPP-1-2019-1-DE-EPPKA2-SSA-B