4EU+ Alliance

The 4EU+ European University Alliance brings together six 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.



News

4EU+ expresses its heartfelt condolences to the academic community of Heidelberg University

The 4EU+ Alliance is expressing its heartfelt condolences to the academic community of Heidelberg University, after the shooting at the campus on 24 January 2022.

25 January 2022

4EU+ Course UNREAD: Student testimonials

Watch testimonials of our students taking part in the 4EU+ Flagship 1 Course UNREAD concerning changes in the conditions of the urban development of smart cities.

14 January 2022


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Forum of Universities for the Future of Europe

25 January 2022 – 26 January 2022

The Forum of Universities for the Future of Europe provides an opportunity for reflection on the role of universities in the Europe of the future and their contribution to its construction.

4EU+ Shared courses: Registration period

13 January 2022 – 31 March 2022

Choose one or more of the courses offered to our students and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!

„Artefacts, Creativity, Technology, and Skills in the Aegean Bronze Age“: serious of online lectures

17 December 2021 – 11 February 2022

All lectures will be delivered online on Fridays at 2 pm. No registration required. Colleagues and students are most welcome to attend and participate in the discussions.

Open for you! An introduction series to open science

8 November 2021 – 4 July 2022

Everything you always wanted to know about open science but were afraid to ask!

We invite you to our monthly training meetings, starting in November 2021, to discover and explore all aspects of open science.

MAPS-EU: MA-PhD Seminar History of European cooperation since 1919 Research skills for junior researchers

15 October 2021 – 15 June 2022

The joint MA-Phd course combines a weekly web-seminar over 21 weeks and an intensive one-week field trip in Florence and a three-day seminar in Milan.

Application deadline: 6 October


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.

Flagship 1) Health and demographic change in an urban environment

Changing environments and demographics have direct impact on the health of our citizens. To take on the interconnected issues of an ageing population, urban density and its environmental impacts and healthcare demands, this flagship focuses on the development of new multidisciplinary approaches to research techniques, teaching and learning methods.

Flagship 2) Europe in a changing world: Understanding and engaging societies, economies, cultures and languages

There is a pressing need to address crucial questions such as what challenges lie ahead for a united Europe, which areas could be sources of potential European division and which areas can contribute to stronger European unity across the board.

Flagship 3) Transforming science and society: Advancing information, computation and communication

The proposed flagship is a novel combination of approaches to attack questions about big data and computational sciences. Researchers from the network bring expertise and tools developed in their independent research programs to bear on this problem. We have formed a unique interdisciplinary team of researchers from our network with the computational expertise.

Flagship 4) Biodiversity and sustainable development

An ever-increasing demand on resources and serious disruptions from climate change are topics that must be efficiently addressed by contemporary science, and which must be based on deep understanding of the underlying processes and principles. Adequate education of future specialists in the field must be based on high-quality research, while long-term maintenance of the research community cannot exist without top quality education of new generations of researchers.

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.