Here are posted all courses offered to our h_da students from all EUt+ partner universities and all courses offered by the h_da to all EUt+ students.
Be part of it!
We are building the university of the future – and it will be European through and through: not only because it is made up of eight universities from all over Europe, but particularly because it is based on European values. Students will be involved in the "European University of Technology" from the very beginning. They have a voice in the decision-making because so they will benefit from EUt+.
We have the ambition to build a new european model of education:
- Interdisciplinary European study programs
- Easy recognition of credits earned abroad
- Study and PhD programs with an international focus
- More opportunities to learn foreign languages
- Cosmopolitanism and inclusion
If you are interested in getting involved with EUt+ and you would like to actively shape the university of the future, become part of the Student Board!
Studies with a European Perspective
Thanks to EUt+, it will be easier to spend a part of the studies abroad, and recognition of achievements there will be facilitated. During their time abroad, students acquire language skills and intercultural competencies that are important for an increasingly international job market. In the medium term, a European degree will also become a unique selling point.
The EUt+ European degrees
- a recognised qualification for the labour market
- a European network of peers
- ntellectual and cultural curiosity
- open-mindedness and civic values.
The European degrees are the backbone of EUt+. Harmonisation will take place progressively at all levels (Bachelor, Master, PhD) and will cover all fields of study: networks and telecommunications, mechanical engineering, materials, information systems, sustainable development, architecture…
As highlighted in the Mission Statement, increasing the place of Humanities and Social Sciences is fully in line with our values. We will expand the know-how throughout our campuses and promote a pluridisciplinary approach whereby Humanities and Social Sciences are embedded in the technological curricula rather than being independent stand-alone courses.
Clusters & Working Groups
A pool of joint degree programs will enable students to acquire their professional competencies in a European perspective. Several disciplines have set out to make this a reality. Working groups are preparing new clusters that facilitate a closer cooperation between the study programs of the eight partner universities and enabling students to spend a period at another campus with recognition of their study achievements.
Currently there are 8 clusters:
- Telecommunications and Networks (BSc & MSc)
- Mechanical Engineering (BSc & MSc)
- Civil Engineering (BSc & MSc)
- Industrial Engineering (BSc & MSc)
- Food science and technology (MSc)
- Sustainable Development (BSc)
- Environmental Engineering (BSc)
New Working groups:
- Computer science
Dr. Tanja Münch
Innovative Teaching Projects
More and more exciting collaborations are emerging that are directly integrated into the study program, e.g. the lecture series "European Identities" or the intercultural blog "DaCaDu".