Erasmus+ & EDUC: Six Universities - One European Campus
What is EDUC and what advantages does it offer?
EDUC stands for European Digital UniverCity and represents six European universities that form a network facilitating a new dimension of student mobility through close cooperation in research and teaching as well as digitization and virtual resources.
Within this network, numerous projects will be set up by 2022 that you as students can take advantage of: An Erasmus semester at one of the EDUC partner universities, Summer Schools on various exciting topics, cooperative courses between two or more partner universities, online courses from each university' s selection of courses, language courses and much more!
Which universities participate?
Italy University of Cagliari, Cagliari
Located on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, the university has about 25,000 students and around 200 visiting professors per year. It is notable above all for its large range of digital courses.
Czech Republic: Masaryk University, Brno
Masaryk University is not only remarkable for its location in the historic region of Moravia, but also for its international student body - almost 20% of the 30,000 students in total.
Hungary: University of Pécs, Pécs
European Capital of Culture 2010 meets international culture: Hungary's oldest university has about 20,000 students, 4,000 of whom come from a total of 110 countries.
France: Université Paris Nanterre, Nanterre
Located at the outskirts of Paris, the university enjoys a special reputation in the humanities and social sciences and has 33,000 students and 1,200 exchange students per year.
France: Université Rennes 1, Rennes
It is one of the 12 most important universities in France with its 30,000 students, 14 English-language degree programs and 32 research units with links to national research centers.
Study abroad with Erasmus+