4EU+ Alliance

The 4EU+ European University Alliance brings together seven comprehensive, research-intensive, public universities from four regions of Europe to strengthen the European vision of deepened cooperation and mutual enrichment by developing a new quality of cooperation in teaching, education, research and administration, leading to the creation of a truly integrated European University System.


#GrowingTogether: 4EU+ launches two funding calls to expand interuniversity cooperation

The 4EU+ Alliance takes a step further in boosting and sustaining the collaboration of its academic community and opens two new calls that will allow academics, researchers and students of the seven 4EU+ member universities to continue growing together. 

17 March 2023

The VIRTCHEM Project: Chemistry as you have never seen it before

The second edition of the project VIRtual Immersive Education for CHEMistry and Chemical Engineering (VIRTCHEM) has started with a workshop in Milan, held from 21 to 24 February 2023. This 4EU+ joint course allows participants to "virtually" dive into the world of chemistry.

3 March 2023


March 2023

The Twentieth Century in European Memory: Themes and Approaches in Contemporary European Memory Studies

8 March 2023 – 24 May 2023

This open online course introduces the main concept and approaches within memory studies. The seminars are held weekly on Wednesdays (9:30 - 10:50).

Joint Projects

4EU+ Educational Projects

Collaboration in education is one of the central objectives of the 4EU+ European University Alliance. 4EU+ intends to build its shared approach to university educa-tion by encouraging collaborative projects bringing together academics from the six 4EU+ member universities.

Academic Partnership for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (API)

Project sponsored by the Polish National for Academic Exchange NAWA which aims to develop durable solutions in the area of scientific cooperation.

Charles University 4EU+ Mini-Grants

Since 2019, Charles University supports teams composed of partners from at least three 4EU+ universities in the form of so-called mini-grants, seed funding for activities focused on research and research-based education.