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The six partners of EDUC create a truly integrated European University with students, researchers and administrative staff who learn, impart and work at universities differing in size, age, native languages and focus.

Using modern digital tools and face-to-face collaboration, we form a strong triangle of shared knowledge and academic values between Western, Central and Southern Europe, developing strong ties between local environments to tackle global challenges of the 21st century.

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EDUC offers a wide range of opportunities to everyone from the universities involved, corporate, business and research partners, local communities, alumni, lifelong learners and many more. Find out what EDUC’s key action areas are!

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In February 2021, the research and innovation part of EDUC funded by the Horizon 2020 EU program was launched. The initiative - EDUC-SHARE project - comes in line and in continuation with the Erasmus+ EDUC pilot with the ambition to turn the EDUC alliance into a fully integrated university which meets all its missions (education, research and innovation at the European scale), that will give full importance to European citizens’ participation to identify and solve current and future challenges, while promoting EU values and fundamental rights.

The project has 6 specific tasks and each of them will be coordinated by one partner university.  

  • Long-term Research and Innovation agenda for tackling key global challenges

The development of a common research and innovation agenda, a networking platform for EDUC research teams, and reinforcement of research technical assistance services within the EDUC Alliance will be tackled in the framework of the task.

  • Research infrastructure

The aim is to reinforce the development and implementation of the EDUC research agenda by stocktaking of available research infrastructures and by facilitation of their mutual opening. Thanks to that we create tools and conditions to maximize the openness of science in EDUC.

  • Citizen engagement

The objective will be to find effective ways to engage citizens in science and thereby raise public awareness of the role of science, research and the public in policy-making.

  • Knowledge and technology transfer

It aims at strengthening the relations with the socio-economic stakeholders within the regions of the EDUC-SHARE members. It strives for a complex platform solution catering to the needs of modern higher education institutions with special attention to innovation and entrepreneurship.

  • HRS4R process

The project will engage all alliance members in a shared sustainable career development roadmap. University members will benefit from each institution's experience to improve their own human resource policies while expanding and enhancing their own development initiatives, strengthening their impacts, and broadening their scope.

  • Soft skill training offer

By setting up a program to raise awareness and develop soft skills, we will reinforce the notion of "learning community", by making them a shared objective within universities between students, researchers, and administrative staff.

Both projects share similar concepts and methodologies so that they will develop all synergies possible. They will benefit from the experience of new actors who will reinforce the internal and external dissemination of EDUC to reach the ambitious objective to make EDUC a model for a European University of the future.

Celebrating the 5th anniversary of its Summer School programme, University of Pécs organised an intensive programme Law and Technology: Regulatory Challenges and the Way Forward held 5–16 July 2021.

The latest EDUC short intensive mobility programme Law and Technology hosted 25 students. The university's Faculty of Law provided the academic programme, while the International Centre was responsible for the operative management of the two-week-long online course.

The course was offered within the framework of the Pécs Summer School program celebrating its 5th anniversary this year. There is an increasing demand for short-cycle mobility programmes in the international higher education market, which gives more and more opportunities to expand these programmes. The main aim of the International Centre is to create a unified EDUC community by providing as many similar mobility opportunities as possible in the future. We wish the Pécs Summer School Program to celebrate its anniversary many more years of successful operation!

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