Charles University will, for the second time, support up to 10 projects through so-called student mini-grants, seed funding for teams from the 4EU+ universities. This scheme aims to encourage students and young researchers from all around the 4EU+ Alliance to collaborate without the limitation of their fields, faculties, or universities.
Sorbonne University opens some of its online courses to all 4EU+ students again in the Spring - Summer semester 2023 (January – June 2023). Check the list of these courses as well as detailed information about the enrolment procedure on the beta version of the 4EU+ Student Portal and stay tuned for the offer of other universities.
Take part in the second edition of the VIRTCHEM course, a joint course organized by the University of Milan, Charles University (Prague) and Sorbonne University (Paris), for a journey into the world of chemistry with immersive 3 D virtual technology.
The course is international and open to undergraduate and PhD students, researchers from academia or industry and clinicians.
"Plurality of Memories in Europe in a Global Perspective" is now opening a call for students and junior researchers from Ukraine affiliated with any of the 4EU+ partner universities who have shown the tenacity and courage to stand up for Ukraine and its citizens during the ongoing conflict. We are looking for applicants who have demonstrated leadership abilities that contribute to enacting positive social change and inspiring others to do the same, from helping people to relocate, organizing donations or humanitarian aid, providing psychological assistance or volunteering otherwise, to spreading awareness about the ongoing events in Ukraine by organizing public debates or discussions. The selected participants will be awarded short-term mobility grants at a flat rate that should cover travel expenses, accommodation, and daily allowances.
Who can apply: bachelor's, master's and PhD students from Ukraine affiliated with any of the partner universities involved in the 4EU+ Alliance: University of Warsaw, Sorbonne University, Heidelberg University, University of Milan, and University of Copenhagen
Thinking AI: Bringing together ethical, legal and social aspects of AI is a free online course prepared within the 4EU+ educational project open to wide public.
The European Student Assembly (ESA) is a grassroots project organized within the European Universities Community (EUC) that gathers each year more than 200 students from most European University Alliances (EUA) to debate current issues, draft political recommendations for the future of Europe and advocate them among stakeholders and decision makers.
The European Student Assembly will hold its second edition from 31 May to 2 June 2023 at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France.
Application deadline: 4 December 2022
You can read about the experience of 4EU+ students at the inaugural session of European Student Assembly here.
Meet-EU is a 4EU+ bioinformatics course that welcomes students from different disciplines ranging from computer science, physics and mathematics to chemistry, biology and biotechnologies.
Registration deadline: 14 October 2022
Flagship 2 Europeannes: multilingualism, pluralities, citizenship is inviting all students from 4EU+ universities to educational pathways.
4EU+ Alliance would like to invite interested candidates to apply for our first Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters project to be carried out under the Erasmus+ programme. The project, realised within the framework of Flagship 4, will last 74 months.
This event organized within a student mini-grant project brings together students from the 4EU+ Alliance universities to let them share and exchange information and ideas about how to develop an original startup idea.
In the winter semester 2022, most of the 4EU+ universities offer online courses to our students. The course catalogues will be published gradually according to the academic calendars of each institution. Sorbonne University is the first to open the registration for students. University of Milan will publish the course catalogue by the end of July, Charles University will follow at the end of August and the University of Warsaw and Heidelberg University will complete the offer at the beginning of September.
Choose one or more of the courses offered and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!
The “Entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial project management” University Diploma is designed for those with a master’s degree or higher and who want to be trained in project management. This diploma enables graduates to work for a big company in intrapreneurship, a start-up or to develop associations or organizations committed social, economic or ecological transformation.
„Urban Regulations and Political Memory: Towards Understanding Spatio-Temporal Aspects of Urban Development” is an international, interdisciplinary course organised by three 4EU+ member universities: University of Warsaw, University of Milan, Charles University, as part of the 4EU+ joint educational offer during the academic year 2022/2023.
Course dates: Wednesdays’ afternoons, starting from 5 October (13:15-14:45 / 13:15-15:45 / 13:15-16:30).
Application deadline: 25 September 2022
The Chair of South Asian Studies at the University of Warsaw, Poland in collaboration with the South Asia Institute at Heidelberg University, Germany, and the Institute of Asian Studies at Charles University, Prague invites you for an intensive language workshop in the Bengali language.
Charles University will support up to 10 projects through so-called student mini-grants, seed funding for teams from the 4EU+ universities. This scheme aims to encourage students and young researchers from all around the 4EU+ Alliance to collaborate without the limitation of their fields, faculties, or universities. The projects can focus on initiating international research collaboration, organizing joint educational activities (workshops, soft skill courses, etc.) and developing sociocultural collaboration and strengthening the third role of the university (active involvement in the social discourse and search for solutions to global economic, social and environmental issues).
In the summer semester 2022, most of the 4EU+ universities offer online courses to our students. The course catalogues will be published gradually according to the academic calendar of each institution. Sorbonne University, University of Milan, Charles University and the University of Warsaw have already opened the registrations.
Heidelberg University will publish its course catalogue in March but you can already register to the intensive online course "Scientific Software Development" taking place from 1 to 10 March. Find out more about the course here.
Choose one or more of the courses offered and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!
The EPS Forum is a three-day international meeting of interest for all European researchers, PhD students and post-docs who wish to be introduced to exciting research opportunities available in large companies and start-ups, and encourage a dialogue with representatives of the industry sector.
The 4EU+ project “ABC in Biodiversity” which is coordinated by the University of Warsaw in cooperation of Sorbonne University and Charles University launches three online/field courses for BA or MA students from the three universities in summer semester 2021/2022.
It is time to make a difference and effectively work on environment and development.
After the pilot stage of sharing online courses in the summer semester, most of the 4EU+ universities will offer some of its courses (usually online or blended) to the students of other 4EU+ universities in the winter semester 2021/2022.
We would like to invite master/ doctoral students/ young researchers to participate in the short module programme "Academic Writing: Making your readers care, understand, and remember,” organised by Charles University as part of the project “Academic Partnership for Innovation in Teaching and Learning” (API), funded by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange. Project partners: University of Warsaw (project coordinator), Charles University in Prague, Sorbonne University, University of Heidelberg.
Classes will be conducted online in the terms: 25 October, 29 October, 1 November, 5 November, 8 November 2021, 2 hours per day. Participation is free of charge. Language of instruction: English.
Applicants are asked to send an e-mail to Dr James Tufano:
Application deadline: 17 October 2021
MA students and PhD candidates from 4EU+ member universities can take part in an online module programme "Sociology of Elites: Case Studies and methods”, organised by Prof. Robert Zajonc Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw, in the framework of NAWA project “Academic Partnership for Innovation in Teaching and Learning” (API) – International Academic Partnerships Programme. 4EU+ project partners: University of Warsaw (project coordinator), Charles University in Prague, Sorbonne University, University of Heidelberg. Candidates from all 4EU+ partner universities are eligible to apply.
to be held on 6-10 September 2021 in Prague
We kindly invite applications from current doctoral candidates and advanced M.A. students in the field of Humanities and Social Sciences whose research covers the broad topic of memory studies.