CHARM-EU organizes its first Winter School!
The CHARM-EU European University will be putting its unique pedagogical model to the test for the very first time at an international winter school.
It will take place 100% online.
This winter school is entitled "Social innovation for a sustainable future", and will offer various training modules calling on the critical thinking, collaboration, communication, creativity, innovation and autonomy of a group of 25 students selected from the alliance's 5 partner universities:
- University of Barcelona,
- Trinity College Dublin,
- University of Utrecht,
- Eötvös Lorand University Budapest,
- and the University of Montpellier.
An opportunity for students to benefit from a formidable international and intercultural experience.
The CHARM-EU Winter School is a unique opportunity to discover a brand new, particularly innovative teaching model, based on transdisciplinarity, project-based learning and group work to tackle challenges linked to sustainable development issues. It is also a fantastic gateway to the equally unique CHARM-EU Master's degree to be launched in September 2021.
A winter school for you, whatever your field of training
- The Winter School is open to students from L3 to M2, whatever your field of study (social or economic sciences, medicine, life and earth sciences, medicine, chemistry, pharmacy, etc.).
- It will take place 100% online, enabling selected students to participate from anywhere. 25 students will be selected to take part in this international adventure, for which a good level of English is required (B2 recommended).
Places are limited, so don't miss your chance, and submit your entry now by filling in this form.
What is CHARM-EU?
CHARM-EU (Challenge-based, Research-driven, Mobile, European University) is the alliance of 5 renowned European universities (University of Barcelona, Trinity College Dublin, University of Utrecht, Eötvös Lorand University Budapest, and the University of Montpellier) to create a European university campus, which will take the form of a Master's degree awarded jointly by the 5 universities, to be launched in September 2021.