juillet 2020


RESEARCH: EPICUR wins the SwafS call

The « Epicur-Research » project brings a new dimension to the alliance With the funding of research activities, the European Commission’s design for the European universities now for the first time includes all the tasks of a classical university – teaching, learning, innovation and research. The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is consortium leader of the newly...
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Save the Date! EPICUR Annual Forum in Karlsruhe

The EPICUR alliance will hold its first annual Forum in Karlsruhe from December 9th to 11th 2020, thanks to the work of our EPICUR teams around Europe and the great support of our EPICUR Student Board. It will be the time for us to gather all together, work, and also spend some more time discovering...
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Let’s Become a European University! Follow-up on the EPICUR Student Board Webinar

The EPICUR Student Board and the EPICUR team would like to thank all of those who participated to our Webinar “Let’s Become a European University!” on Wednesday 15th July. We would like to thank again Michel Deneken, president of the EPICUR alliance and of the University of Strasbourg, and Oana Dumitrescu, Assistant Policy Officer at the...
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Save the Date! EPICUR Multilingualism Event in Amsterdam

The EPICUR European Universities alliance invites you to join the EPICUR Multilingualism event 15 October 14:00 – 16:00. A blended event hosted by the University of Amsterdam. EPICUR’sambition is to become the preferred supplier on Multilingualism in Europe. The alliance is working hard to safeguard and strengthen European linguistic diversity in European Higher Education. The...
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Pushing forward digital inclusion: good practice exchange between European Universities

The EUTOPIA Alliance held a joint conference on Thursday 2nd July 2020 on the topic of Digital Inclusion and the role European Universities can play in this transition. The conference gathered about 45 participants and panellists from multiple European Universities such as CIVIS, ARQUS, CHARM-EU and EPICUR. One of the aims of the conference was to share good practices between the alliances in terms of digital inclusion.During this conference, our colleague Thrasyvoulos Tsiatsos from the Aristotle University...
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How did the COVID-19 affect your university? The European Commission wants to hear from you now

The European Commission launched on 18th May 2020 a questionnaire in direction of its citizens, representatives of the public sector, governmental and non-governmental organisations, about the impact of the COVID-19 on Education and how we can improve it.The Commission is currently renewing its Digital Education Action Plan and therefore needs the feedback from as many students, staff members, and researchers as possible in order to make their actions correspond to the people’s needs.We would like to strongly encourage the EPICUR...
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Upcoming Events

  1. EPICURtalks. 1st Session, February.

    février 2 @ 17:30 CET

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