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Proposal for the European University Initiative submitted

06. February 2024.

On February 6th, 2024, our consortium of seven higher education institutions (HEIs) submitted a joint application for the Erasmus+ 2024 European Universities call.

The consortium, comprising Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences (Germany); Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece), Burch International University (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Dundalk Institute of Technology (Ireland), FH Campus Wien (Austria), TecnoCampus Mataró (Spain), The Hague University of Applied Sciences (Netherlands), and University of Economics Varna (Bulgaria), along with their respective innovation ecosystems, is endeavoring to form a pioneering academic network and robust platform: CrossEUniverse - The Entrepreneurial European University for Systemic Innovation

CrossEUniverse unites universities, its students and staff, incubators, industry partners, startups, cities, and regional ecosystems. Its aim is to address the multifaceted social, ecological, and technological challenges confronting Europe today.

Through its approach, CrossEUniverse is redefining the conventional roles of universities by introducing multidirectional knowledge transfer, systemic Deep Tech education, research developed and applied through Quadruple Helix collaboration. CrossEUniverse uniqueness is in its commitment to innovating education, and research, and its impact to European society by leveraging a holistic, systemic entrepreneurial framework. The alliance's interventions are aligned with the European Union’s Green Deal, the European Education Area, the European Research Area, and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This call continues the rollout of the European Universities Initiative. The initiative sets the ambition to expand to 60 European Universities alliances involving more than 500 higher education institutions by mid-2024.

Curious about the European Universities initiative? Read more