Collaboration in education is one of the cornerstones of the EuroTech Universities Alliance. We aim to connect our campuses as much as possible, providing the best education to international talents. To this end, we have numerous inter-university Working Groups in place that exchange best practices, work on opening courses to students from other EuroTech Universities, foster student mobility, and develop both novel teaching formats and joint study programmes and degrees. So if you are interested in comparing notes with your counterparts at the other universities or if you are looking to set up bilateral programmes, this is the place to be.
At the end of 2020, the collaboration in education became even closer: The EuroTeQ Engineering University, an Erasmus+ project, brings together education experts from DTU, L’X, TU/e, and TUM as well as Tallinn University of Technology and Czech Technical University in Prague. EPFL and Technion are involved to a limited extent as well. Together, they work on designing and implementing the engineering education of the future, which, among others, extends to vocational learners and professionals next to academic students. The project offers many opportunities to participate.