EuroTeQ – Who is Who behind our activities? Meet Patrick Crowley – Project Manager EuroTeQ Campus (Work Package 2) Since the summer of 2023, Patrick Crowley has made it his mission to grow the EuroTeQ Campus. Located at the DTU Office for Study Programmes and Student Affairs, he has been to almost all EuroTeQ partner […]

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EuroTeQ has been up and running for over three years as a European University Alliance. We are happy to provide some insights into how EuroTeQ is made on our new DocuWiki. Learn how we have set-up our governance, initiated our joint course catalogue and build a common format on challenge-based learning, the EuroTeQ Collider. And […]

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Strategic Expansion: EPFL joins EuroTeQ for second project period École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) has officially joined the EuroTeQ alliance. The university receives a grant funded by the Swiss Confederation in the European Universities programme, executed by Movetia, the Swiss agency for exchange and mobility. This funding runs in parallel to the call by […]

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In a pioneering move towards enhancing engineering education through co-creation, an online workshop titled “Formula Student as an Instrument of Co-Creating Engineering Education” was held in February 2024. The event, spearheaded by Shobhit Shakya from TalTech and Ludmila Dohnalova from CTU Prague, marked a significant gathering of Formula Student teams from four EuroTeQ Universities: TUM, […]

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Engineer the future with us!

Eight 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

 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. Next to our eight partner universities, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland and Institut Polytechnique de Paris (IPP) are associated partners to the EuroTeQ Engineering University. EuroTech Universities Alliance partner Technion Israel Institute of Technology additionally supports our vision and contributes to some activities. We are proud to have the support of 45 associated project partners from industry, engineering associations and society.

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!