30. 1. 2023
Flagship 2 news:
The first workshop of the second edition of the the 4EU+ Visual Literacy course took place in Milan in mid-January.
20. 1. 2023
The winning TRANSFORM project encompassing five universities was originally selected as one of the 4EU+ educational activities supported through the Erasmus+ European Universities programme. The collaborative 14-week course aims at identifying innovative solutions for sustainability challenges.
12. 1. 2023
The University of Warsaw has been allocated over 160 000 EUR from the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange for the cooperation of the 4EU+ Alliance with three partner institutions from Ukraine. The joint project with Ukrainian universities will foster flexible education paths, provide access to the European Education Area and strengthen research and didactic potential.
12. 12. 2022
Flagship 3 news:
Read the research diary of the students who took part in a project analysing a board game from the mathematical perspective and share their experience and what they learnt during the process.
9. 12. 2022
Read the position paper that the 4EU+ European University Alliance publishes to contribute to the current discussion on micro-credentials.
8. 12. 2022
Read the words of Henrik C. Wegener, Rector of the University of Copenhagen and the new president of the 4EU+ Alliance.
2. 12. 2022
In mid-November, the Student Workshop on Applied Mathematics took place at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University. The three-day international event, organised within a student mini-grant brought closer the application of mathematics across disciplines.
19. 9. 2021
After two series of shadowing, students participating in the project were offered the opportunity to meet in person for the first time in Milan. The first results of the analysis of this method will be presented in Paris on 4 October.
11. 12. 2020
The three micro think-tank sessions of the 4EU+ Annual Meeting, dedicated to the topics of mobility, 4EU+ contribution to Europe and synergy between research and teaching, were co-chaired by students. Here's what they had to say about the discussions.
12. 4. 2019
Charles University’s Centre for Knowledge and Technology Transfer was delighted to host colleagues from partner universities in the 4EU+ Alliance on 3 and 4 April 2019. Representatives of Sorbonne University, Heidelberg University and University of Copenhagen got the chance to present how their organisations work and discuss similarities and differences between their structures and positions within the universities.