Leave no waste behind” – this was the overall challenge of our European-wide student competition, EuroTeQaThon, which was open to student teams from all EuroTeQ member institutions. The different teams took up the challenge and developed sustainable solutions to reduce waste of all sorts. The best teams competed during the big EuroTeQaThon final on June […]

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The event will take place on Tuesday, 28 June at 1pm CET in FELCafé, Technická 1902/2. The participants will be given a fixed slot (max. 5 minutes, max. 10 slides) to present their projects and courses. Refreshments provided onsite. The following participants will give presentations: doc. Ing. Michal Jandera, Ph.D. Stainless Steel and Aluminium Structures Online Mgr. […]

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EuroTeQaThon – the final presentations of the student projects – took place at the Technical University of Munich from 10 to 12 June. The student teams presented their visions and solutions to various topics of “Leave no Waste Behind”. The challenges from the areas of cities, energy and consumption were chosen for them by the […]

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EuroTeQaThon will take place from 10 to 12 June 2022 “Leave no Waste behind” Categories: CITIES – CONSUMPTION – ENERGY Date: June 10-12, 2022 The EuroTeQaThon is the highlight of the collider and concludes the implementation of the challenge-based teaching format in an event of all six partner universities. After the winning teams in the […]

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Engineer the future with us!

Six leading universities of science and technology, spread across Europe, situated in innovation eco-systems and with great collaboration experience – EuroTeQ will introduce a paradigm shift in the engineering education of the future.

Partner universities

About EuroTeQ: A map showing the six EuroTeQ partner universities

EuroTeQ is emerging from the EuroTech Universities Alliance, taking on board two excellent partners Tallinn University of Technology from Estonia and Czech Technical University in Prague from the Czech Republic. Anchored in diverse geographical and cultural contexts, each partner with their corresponding eco-systems provides added value and a competitive advantage to the EuroTeQ cooperation. École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland, Technion Israel Institute of Technology in Israel and 45 associated project partners from industry and society contribute to these efforts. 

Our vision & mission

Societal developments of recent years call for strong university alliances to make the knowledge square of education, research, innovation and service to society a reality.
As six leading universities of science and technology, we are equipped to introduce a paradigm shift in the engineering education of the future through responsible value co-creation in technology.
Our ambition is to create real impact Europe-wide, enabling other universities and stakeholders to follow our example, fostering technological progress and societal cohesion.
The meaning of “Engineering University” is twofold: To provide excellent education to future engineers and to engineer the university of the future, as a role model for the EU Higher Education Area and beyond.

EuroTeQ Campus

Our goal is to build a common EuroTeQ Campus – open to students enrolled at the partner institutions, to vocational trainees in technical careers as well as engineers in the workforce, promoting lifelong learning.

Together with stakeholders from industry, trade associations and various areas of society, we will explore the great challenges of the 21st century and jointly formulate solution strategies.

Our unique approach will “future-proof” our study programmes in order to address the changing needs of society.

A group of five students cheering about the EuroTeQ Campus

Why the Q?

Are you Qurious to find out more about EuroTeQ? Watch this short statement by Thomas F. Hofmann, President of TUM!

EuroTeQ – a prestige project of the European Commission

The European Universities Initiative is one of the European Commission’s most prestigious funding schemes. The objective of this instrument is to establish ambitious European university alliances over the next few years that will make the European university landscape even stronger. The EU is funding EuroTeQ as part of its European Universities programme over three years with around five million euros through Erasmus+ and two million euros from Horizon 2020.

Co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union

Co-funded by the Horizon 2020 Programme of the European Union

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