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ENGAGE.EU Student Representatives: ‘Three Years of Change and Possibilities Lie Ahead’

Here is what ENGAGE.EU’s student representatives think about the beginning of an ENGAGING age: ‘We see tremendous opportunities in the ENGAGE.EU alliance, whether it is forming thoughts about solutions to contemporary European challenges, or the development of innovative teaching formats. Students’ input, which we will deliver through the student representative board of ENGAGE.EU, is crucial in developing the desired shared learning initiatives where students are enabled to collaborate with each other and society, both physically and digitally’. Read more from the official Statement of the Student Representatives of ENGAGE.EU.

The Virtual Mobility Joint Initiative of the ENGAGE.EU Alliance

The COVID-19 crisis has a large impact on education institutes around the world. Universities have adapted rapidly and started offering their education digitally. This new reality almost certainly will also have its consequences for the internationalisation of higher education. The seven partners of ENGAGE.EU took the initiative to look into the possibilities of Virtual Mobility, which is believed to become an important part of Internationalisation at home. As Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) likely will be the goal to achieve within one or two years, the exchange of online courses…

ENGAGE.EU Project Proposal Submitted

We are proud to announce that our seven universities take part in the European Universities initiative of the ERASMUS+ Call for proposals 2020 (EAC-A02-2019) submitting the “ENGAGE.EU – The European University Engaged in Societal Change” project proposal.

ENGAGE.EU Universities’ Rectors/Presidents (from left to right): Prof. Dr. Dimitar Dimitrov (Rector of UNWE), Prof. Dr. Øystein Thøgerson (Rector of NHH), Prof. Dr. David Alary (First Vice President of UT1), Prof. Dr. Edeltaud Hanappi-Egger (Rector of WU), Prof. Dr. Andrea Prencipe (Rector of LUISS), Prof. Dr. Klaas Sijtsma (Rector of TilU), and Prof. Dr. Thomas Puhl (President of UMA).