Networks: Alumni and transnational Partnerships in Europe
European University Network
Ten partner universities on their way to an EUN
Ten universities from eight countries are currently pursuing a shared goal: within the framework of a European University Network (EUN) entitled "Reform European University Alliance: Responsibility and Ethics for Innovation - a transformation model", the Alliance is taking an interdisciplinary perspective on Europe. It deals with the interconnectedness of social, ecological, economic, cultural and political dynamics. Against this background, a study and research network on technological and economic innovations under ethical aspects is to be created. In addition, the EUN would like to establish cross-border offers for regional start-ups and thus create a long-term network for knowledge and technology transfer between the partner universities and network partners from these regions.
The UAS Campus of Vienna was founded in 2001 and today is the largest university of applied sciences in Austria. The university offers its approximately 8,000 students a choice of over 60 degree programmes across a total of seven departments.
University of Applied Sciences Campus Vienna
Founded in 1957, INSA Lyon is one of the leading engineering schools in Europe and is affiliated with the University of Lyon. Its currently more than 5,000 enrolled students are spread across a total of nine departments. Thus, the university offers its students numerous specialisation options already in the Bachelor's but also in the Master's programme.
Founded in 1996, the University of Fernando Pessoa (UFP) is a non-profit private university in Porto, Portugal. Approximately 5,000 students are taught at three faculties. The Bachelor's and Master's programmes are diverse and range from architecture to psychology.
University Fernando Pessoa
The University of Applied Sciences Kufstein was founded in 1997 and offers its more than 2,000 enrolled students twelve different Bachelor's and Master's programmes at three institutes.
The internationally oriented economic and technical-business programmes are characterised by their high practical content and have already received several awards.
University of Applied Sciences in Kufstein
Founded in 1968, the École Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique pour l'Industrie et l'Entreprise (ENSIIE) is one of the oldest computer science universities in France. ENSIIE offers its students various specialised courses, including software development and security, virtual and augmented reality, big data and artificial intelligence.
Corvinus University has existed under its current name since 2004 and is Hungary's most important educational institution in the fields of economics, management and social sciences. Its ambitious goal is to become the leading university in Central Europe in these fields by 2030. Currently, there are around 12,000 students spread across eight Bachelor's and 13 Master's programmes at eleven institutes.
Corvinus University of Budapest
Under its current name, the Bucharest University of Economic Studies (ASE) has existed since 1967. It is one of the leading universities for economics and public administration in Romania and Southeast Europe and offers its 23,000 students 25 Bachelor's and 78 Master's programmes across 13 faculties.
Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Founded in 1988, the Estonian Business School (EBS) is the oldest private business university in the Baltic States. Its 1400 students can study three Bachelor's and Master's programmes in English at EBS. In addition to the university in Tallinn, a branch of EBS was established in Helsinki in 2011.
Estonian Business School
Founded in 1992, Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (KAMK) is a proactive and international university in central Finland. KAMK offers its approximately 3,300 students a choice of 14 Bachelor's and seven Master's programmes, including six in English.
Kajaani University of Applied Sciences
The University of Pristina was founded in 1970 and is still the largest educational and research institution in Kosovo. More than 31,000 students are taught at 13 faculties and supported by an academic staff of 900.
University of Pristina
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