Be part of a community
Do you want to exchange best practices and meet international colleagues and students?
ENGAGE.EU offers you the possibility to be part of ten communities gathering students, alumni, lecturers, learning instructors and administrators on a specific theme. The aim of these communities is to create cross connections between members of the alliance and to implement joint activities. You will also have the chance to share good practices, to learn and improve your working methods. You can find the description of the last in-person event here.
Discover our communities
If you are interested in joining one of these communities you may contact Giulia Ranuzzi De Bianchi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Innovative Careers
Community aiming at exposing students to exemplary cases of intelligent and innovative careers of executives, professional athletes, etc.
- Roundtables on Societal Challenges
Community focused on divulgation and exchange on intersectoral topics related to societal challenges. Regular meetings will be organized with members of the different groups coming from the seven partner universities.
- ENGAGE.EU Alums
ENGAGE.EU alums connects professional service staff working in alums & corporate relations in their respective institutions. They meet to offer each other professional and collegial support and to develop shared services for ENGAGE.EU alums.
A community for students to get involved in ENGAGE.EU activities at all levels.
- Affordable and Smart Working After the Pandemic
Various aspects of smart working are discussed in this community.
- Internal Communication
The various internal communication offices of the alliance have joined forces in this community to exchange best practices and work on specific projects.
- ENGAGE Active
Community for college sport teams; focus on extra-curricular and agonistic activities, campus life and competitions among ENGAGE.EU partners! For the past year, online competition such as the ENGAGE GAMES or in presence sport sessions have been organized, to promote physical activities among students and staff!