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The University of Vienna aims at strengthening its position in interdisciplinary and internationally visible fields of research that are not only eligible for funding, but also relevant to society in which it is rooted through the achievements of excellent academics.
The University of Zagreb is the oldest and largest Croatian university and also the oldest university in South East Europe. The mission of the University is based on scientific and artistic research and aims at sustainable development, artistic creativity and professional work as well as organization and performance of university studies and, exceptionally, occupational studies.
The University of Cyprus was established in 1989 and admitted its first students in 1992. It was founded in response to the growing intellectual needs of the Cypriot people, and is well placed to fulfil the numerous aspirations of the country.
Sciences Po is France’s leading university in the social sciences, and nearly half of their 14,000 students are international students, with 150 nationalities represented.
Université de Lorraine promotes innovation through the dialogue of knowledge, taking advantage of the variety and strength of its scientific fields, and aiming at the promotion of knowledge transfer to irrigate innovation and economic growth as well as the progress of fundamental science.
With more than 5,000 international students welcomed each year, numerous partnerships around the world and scientific collaboration projects with foreign universities, Jean Moulin University demonstrates its commitment to internationalisation by promoting the mobility of its students and teaching staff.
The University of Bordeaux is ranked among the top French universities for the quality of its education and research. A multidisciplinary, research-focused, international institution, it leads an ambitious development program with its partners to further promote Bordeaux as a “Campus of Excellence”.
The University of Greifswald is one of the oldest universities in Germany and the Baltic Sea Region. Founded in 1456, it is also the oldest Swedish university, as the region was ruled by the Swedes after the Thirty Years’ War and up until 1815. Still today, the University of Greifswald is closely tied to the universities of the Baltic Sea Region; and the Cultures of the Baltic Sea Region are among the University’s key fields of research.
The University of Münster enjoys an outstanding reputation in the region and far beyond. Fifteen faculties with 120 degree programmes and some 44,000 students appreciate the University's excellent research opportunities, high-quality teaching, promotion of junior researchers, and the advantages of living in the city of Münster.
The University of Turin is one of the most ancient and prestigious Italian Universities. Hosting over 74.000 students and with 120 buildings in different areas in Turin and in key places in Piedmont, the University of Turin can be considered as “city-within-a-city”, promoting culture and producing research, innovation, training and employment.
The University of Groningen is a research university with a global outlook, deeply rooted in Groningen, City of Talent. Quality has had top priority for four hundred years, and with success: the University is currently in or around the top 100 on several influential ranking lists.
Located in one of Europe's most dynamically developing cities, the University of Warsaw is among the top 3% of the world’s best universities. The leading concepts of the University’s activity are the unity of teaching and research, and the harmonious development of all branches of knowledge represented in its curriculum.
University of Ljubljana is the oldest and largest higher education and scientific research institution in Slovenia. University with its rich tradition was founded in 1919. It has approximately 38,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students in 23 faculties and three arts academies.
With an international calling, close ties to the region and a strong commitment to the transfer of knowledge to the business world, the University of Oviedo was one of the first nine universities in Spain to receive accreditation as a Campus of International Excellence on 26 November 2009.
Its own history closely tied to the history of Barcelona and of Catalonia, our university combines the values of tradition with its position as an institution dedicated to innovation and teaching excellence: a university that is as outward-looking and cosmopolitan as the city from which it takes its name.
Uppsala University is the Nordic region’s oldest university – founded in 1477 – and is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world. The University’s nearly 5,000 researchers and teachers conduct world-leading research and offer a seemingly endless number of courses.
The Faculty of Law at the University of Lucerne is the youngest law faculty in Switzerland. Since October 2001, it offers a curriculum based on the Bologna Model. Since then, the Lucerne University Faculty of Law has experienced an increase in popularity and number of students.
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