The EPICUR Alliance will meet between the 9th to the 11th of December in Karlsruhe for its first annual forum. Bringing together companies, external organisations in addition to students, teachers and staff from our 8 universities from 6 countries, this event aims to connect our 8 communities through numerous activities, workshops and conferences during 3 days.
Among many activites, the “Digital ERASMUS Feeling” challenge is set up to encourage students to think up about and ways how to develop innovative approaches to European mobility in a virtual exchange semester.
Due to Covid-19, travel and physical student exchange have come to a grinding halt in 2020. We want to take this as an opportunity to reflect and identify the most important experiences, competencies and skills that ERASMUS has brought to participants over thirty years (Part I), before we challenge students to explore new digital formats to create similar if not the same outcomes in a virtual semester abroad (Part II).
Providing European exchanges and intercultural experiences for three decades, the ERASMUS program has acquired an almost legendary status and promises to its participants what we deem the unique ERASMUS feeling. To aid students in their thought process, we want to collect stories and insights from former or current ERASMUS students.
Join us on this journey to find out what makes and breaks the ERASMUS feeling as well as some of its most valuable lessons.
In a first step, we invite you, ERASMUS students and alumni of all ages, to send us short videos (10 min max), in which you respond to some of the following questions:
Each student/alumni or group of students/alumni films themselves and answers questions in a short video (1-3 min per question, maximum 10min). The EPICUR team will cut these videos into a coherent response, reflecting the diversity of experiences and perspectives on ERASMUS mobility.
Whether you get together in small groups to chat about your ERASMUS or use this as an opportunity to reunite with some of your ERASMUS friends from decades ago, or simply take a moment to reflect on the journey of the past term, there are no limits to your creativity. In order to help you get started, we have created a short set of instructions nonetheless.
When you submit the video, we ask you to attach a signed scan of the form giving us both or either
The videos you provide will be used according to your data preferences. If you have any questions regarding the EPICUR Forum or the “Digital ERASMUS Feeling” Challenge, please do not hesitate to contact us: email@example.com
As part of EPICUR events in order to disseminate information about the EPICUR European University, the EPICUR Team organises a Challenge on a “Digital ERASMUS feeling”. Unistra, represented by its president currently in office, as data controller, provides you with the following information:
A Data Protection Officer has been appointed who can be contacted at the address:
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Bringing together companies, external organisations in addition to students, teachers and staff from our 8 universities from 6 countries, this event aims to connect our 8 communities through numerous activities, workshops and conferences during 3 days.