EUNICE is an alliance of seven European higher education institutions working together to become a new european university and to generate a shift from traditional education to personalised learning through inter-university mobility. In July 2020, the European Commission selected the alliance's project, co-sponsored by Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France and the University of Poznan, thus enabling its deployment.
Ultimately, EUNICE will be one of the European universities of the future, promoting European values and identity, and increasing the quality and competitiveness of European higher education.
Its aim is to implement a paradigm shift from traditional to personalised education through "blended" (both physical and virtual) inter-university mobility.
The partner universities share European values and the idea that a strong and open Europe is the place where the next generations of citizens will be ready to face and solve global challenges.
They are committed to the education of their own students and to the sustainable economic development of their respective regions as well as to cutting-edge research at international level.
The Alliance members
- Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU)
- Poznan University of Technology (PUT)
- University of Cantabria (UC)
- University of Mons (UMONS)
- Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France (UPHF)
- University of Catania (UNICT)
- University of Vaasa (UniVaasa)
EUNICE is co-financed through the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.