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Una Europa is testing new formats for education at different levels. We are working towards Una Europa degrees, Una Europa courses and Una Europa mobility formats. Our Student Board makes sure your voices are heard.

Virtual Mobility in Emergency

Given the Covid-19 crisis, traditional models of physical mobility are currently challenged. To make sure that you as students do not completely miss out on international learning experience, five Una Europa partners are piloting the Mobility in Emergency scheme. Students enrolled at the participating Una Europa partners (FU Berlin, University of Bologna, University of Helsinki, Jagiellonian University, KU Leuven) can apply to access a series of online courses at the other participating universities. The University of Helsinki accepts applications from all students enrolled in a Una Europa university.

Courses on offer:

Contact Points for interested students:

If you are interested in attending a course at another Una Europa partner, please reach out to the contact point at your home (!) university. Exception: The University of Helsinki invites direct applications from students of all Una Europa partners.

Virtual Mobility

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Off to new horizons?

Students enrolled at one Una Europa partner can participate in an exchange scheme and spend part of their study period at another Una Europa partner institution abroad. To make your life easy, we have collected all the opportunities for physical mobility for studies between Una Europa universities in one spot. Exchange students remain enrolled at their home university while spending a few months up to a full academic year abroad. The largest and best known exchange programme is Erasmus+. Students can take part in an exchange provided the following conditions are met:

  • The exchange must take place within the framework of an existing exchange agreement between the home and the host institution.
  • The period abroad will be used to take courses, to complete a traineeship, or to conduct thesis research.
  • The home institution, the host institution and the student have to agree on the study programme abroad prior to the student’s departure.
  • The study results obtained at the host institution will be fully recognized by the home institution. As a result, the exchange period will not prolong the duration of the participant’s study curriculum.
  • The exchange student will remain enrolled at the home institution during the entire exchange period.
  • The exchange student will be exempt from paying tuition fees at the host institution.


For more information about the procedures for exchange students at your institution, please have a look at the following links:

The voice of the students

Did you know that Una Europa has a Student Board? Composed of one delegate per member university, the Student Board is tasked to bring the student perspective to Una Europa activities and to act as "Una Europa ambassador" towards the student community. Read more in this story or contact the current chair, Andrew Wilson at s1634451@ed.ac.uk.

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" The success of an alliance is largely determined by whether the students feel the impact of the alliance. "

Topias Tolonen, student representative of Helsingin Yliopisto

Looking for a truly European degree? We are working on it!

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Looking for an international "add-on" to your chosen track?

Una Europa is developing a series of formats that could be of interest to you: