Let’s Become a European University! Follow-up on the EPICUR Student Board Webinar

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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 European Commission’s Higher Education Unit (DG EAC), for their presence in this event and the great speeches they gave.

This webinar was a great occasion to see and meet our other students and some of our staff members.
We had the opportunity to share experiences and visions for the future of higher education on topics such as European universities in general, but also about mobility and programme design.

But now, the Student Board needs your feedbacks on this experience and launched a survey that won’t take more than five to ten minutes to fill out.
This survey consists of three modules: brief feedback on the webinar, your input on studying at EPICUR and student involvement, as well as your input on future EPICUR courses.
The survey will be open until 30th July. To fill it, click here.

We won’t emphasize enough that it would be of great help for the project and for the organisation of future events!
If you have additional feedback, or if you have any open questions, please feel free to contact the Student Board via this email: students@epicur.education

Also, if you are a student of one of our universities and if you would like to be involved in the project, get in touch with your university contact or directly with the Student Board to the same address: students@epicur.education

This event was focused on the student perspective, but EPICUR is also working towards more integration of our staff members (academic and administrative) and researchers. More events will be organised in the future that will be addressed to our staff. Stay tuned!

If you are a staff member of one of our universities and are interested in joining our project, please contact us.

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