Pubblicato il: 05/05/2022

A meeting on 4EU+, the alliance of six European Universities of which the University of Milan is a member, will take place at 11 am on May 25 (Malliani room, via Festa del Perdono 7). You will hear about 4EU+ innovative approach to teaching and its goals directly from students who took part in joint educational and training activities offered by partner institutions.

The meeting, entitled ‘From Students to Students: An Innovative, International, Research-based Education’, will be held in English and streamed on the 4EU+ YouTube channel as well as on ZOOM (link to register).

4EU+ students will tell us about this impressive project to build a European University through integration between the educational and training activities of the six partner institutions: the University of Milan, Paris-Sorbonne, Charles University of Prague, the Universities of Heidelberg, Warsaw and Copenhagen. The Alliance has launched over 60 training programmes co-designed by its members.

After keynote speeches by Antonella Baldi, our Deputy Rector for Internationalization, and Isabelle Kratz, 4EU+ Secretary General, the Student Committee will present the Alliance. Afterwards, we will listen to 4EU+ students and watch videos illustrating joint programmes, multidisciplinary courses focussing on the four ‘flagships’ of the Alliance and other initiatives open to all students of partner institutions.

At the end of the session, it will be possible to ask questions and receive information on 4EU+ and its projects. The meeting is especially geared to the students of the University of Milan, but is open to all students of 4EU+ Universities.

The meeting that will be held on May 25, says Deputy Rector for Internationalization Antonella Baldi, is a great opportunity for our students to hear about 4EU+ initiatives directly from their peers. 4EU+ alumni will share their experiences and present international mobility programmes for the next academic year.”

Contatti

  • 4EU+ Project Team - Università degli Studi di Milano