When: Wednesday 3 November, 2021 at 12-15 CET
Where: Spatial Chat, link will be sent to registered participants
Build your networks and study in seven European universities! Co-create solutions to grand societal challenges together with your fellow students around Europe!
The fair takes place on an interactive platform called Spatial Chat, where you move from room to room just like at a regular fair. Visit the booths, play games, meet other students in the cafeteria – and get to know what Unite! has to offer.
The link to the Spatial Chat will be sent to registered participants on November 2.
The fair is aimed at students from the seven Unite! Universities – Aalto University, Grenoble INP-UGA, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Politecnico di Torino, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and Universidade de Lisboa.
What’s in it for you?
o Joint programmes
o Project courses, spring and summer schools
o Hackathons and competitions
o Virtual courses on architecture and energy
o Language and culture courses
o Mentoring, internships and other career services
o Meet fellow students from the seven Unite! universities
o Get to know Unite! staff and our student representatives
Questions? Contact Johanna Kaila at email@example.com
Alongside TU Darmstadt as the coordinator, also includes Aalto University (Finland), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), Grenoble Institute of Technology (France), Politecnico di Torino (Italy), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain) and Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal). Unite! (University Network for Innovation, Technology and Engineering)
The seven partner universities aim to use the European University to create a trans-European campus for students and researchers with the involvement of regions and companies. The partners have a total of 167,000 students, already cooperate closely in more than 80 EU projects and have exchanged more than 2,000 students in the past five years. The alliance has set itself the goal of combining courses for the benefit of students, breaking down existing technical and administrative hurdles, and thus significantly increasing student mobility. Research will also benefit from the conditions created for larger and easier cooperation, which will strengthen the competitiveness of the European Higher Education Area overall.