As a rule, we strive for a flexible multilingualism in Unite! which includes: English as the dominant language of instruction at M.Sc. and Ph.D. level, as well as the local language and culture of the partner university. As an alliance we aim to promote common European values and a strong European identity. That is why the Multilingual and Multicultural Training Center helps the student community by offering them the guidance and services necessary to ensure the integration and promotion of culture through language. These series of Virtual learning tools and Language learning are aimed to help students within Unite! develop the linguistic and cultural competencies it takes to thrive and enjoy the benefits of living together in a globalised and culturally diverse world.
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The application process for the first courses has already started with the offer from KTH Royal Institute of Technology, which includes English, Swedish and Intercultural competence, taking place between October 2022 and January 2023. The TU Darmstadt's offer can also be found on the website of the . More new courses will be added in the future with the offer from the other Unite! universities. You can follow up all the opportunities available in this autumn series in their specific Virtual exchange courses on Language Resource Centre. Metacampus
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.