On February 24th, Una Europa will host the very first Student Congress, bringing together students from eight different European universities to collaborate and actively shape the idea of a European university of the future. By attending, students will learn more about Una Europa and its offerings, exchange ideas with international students, and discover how to compete for the chance to win the highly coveted and exciting Una Europa Prize.
The half-day event will include multiple interactive sessions, including a World Café where all students can voice their opinion on important topics that will affect future Una students.
There are also other great reasons to attend:
- get to know others students from Berlin, Bologna, Edinburgh, Helsinki, Kraków, Leuven, Madrid, and Paris,
- meet other students and learn more about their fields of study and their universities,
- exchange ideas, share views and discuss opinions in workshops or during lunch break,
- create long-term connections through shared student initiatives,
- interact with Una Europa staff: be curious and ask questions,
- learn more about Una Europa’s focus areas: Data Science & Artificial Intelligence, European Studies, Cultural Heritage, Sustainability, and One Health,
- find out how cutting-edge research will be part of the study programmes in the future,
- practice English language skills and learn about the diversity of European languages (Finnish, French, Dutch, German, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish).
Participating in the Student Congress and getting involved in the Una Europa student community is also a great way to make important connections and boost your CV.
The detailed information is available on Una Europa website.