Online Exchange Initiative | Spring 2021/22 Offer The application for the new semester of ENGAGE.EU’s Online Exchange Initiative is now open! Students from all seven…
Following our report on the mindest of innopreneurs, we are now happy to add two futher elements along the same line — closely focused on Europe’s youth at primary and secondary schools: ENGAGE.EU’s innopreneurship literacy concept and our very own innopreneurship literacy competition, the ENGAGE.EU Challenge on Societal Change.
Around 130 participants from seven European countries travelled to Mannheim on 21-22 October 2021 for a very special event: the first ENGAGE.EU Annual Conference.
ENGAGE.EU’s first annual conference is approaching fast.
The event, which will mark the culmination of the first year of the project, will take place on 20-22 October 2021 and will be kindly hosted by the University of Mannheim.
To help higher education institutions in this regard, and prepare the soil for the full-scale framework to come, we are delighted to share ENGAGE.EU’s Green Mobility Report — an in-depth discussion of the different mobility cultures and practices of all our member institutions.
Thank you to Assoc. Prof. Michael Mussov, ENGAGE.EU’s local coordinator at the University of National and World Economy in Sofia.
The in-depth report offers a comparative framework of the alliance existing practices of organisation of course catalogues and detailed recommendations for further improvement.
We are moving to Tilburg University with ENGAGE.EU’s next testimonial. Thank you to Elke van Cassel, who is Programme Manager for Recognition & Rewards there.
After one year of digital implementation, we are happy to invite you to our first ‘face-to-face’ meeting, which will take place on 21-22 October this year at the University of Mannheim.
Last month, on 6 July at 6pm CET, the members of ENGAGE.EU’s Student Circle got together online for the closing ceremony following their first joint assignment: the development of a recommendation framework for societal outreach activities in higher education from a student prespective.