EuroTeQ Engineering University secured until 2027
The European university alliance EuroTeQ can continue its joint training of engineers.
The EU has extended funding for the successful program until 2027. Under the leadership of the Technical University of Munich (TUM), EuroTeQ is dedicated to expand the cooperation between eight universities in the future, in the areas of study, teaching, research and lifelong learning.
Over the next four years, 12.8 million euros from Erasmus+ will be invested in the partners’ ambitious project entitled EuroTeQ 2030.
EuroTeQ will focus on the following aspects:
- The EuroTeQ Campus will be expanded with diverse study programs that will provide 50% of students with an international experience in their studies in the future. The program already offers students the opportunity to take academic courses at partner universities. The EuroTeQ course catalog lists many courses across disciplines. The registration for the next semester is still open.
- The EuroTeQ Collider enables unique challenge-based learning experiences in project teams with industry collaborations and teaches entrepreneurship skills. Vocational trainees and professionals are encouraged to participate.
- The EuroTeQ Academy is developing a lifelong learning offering for employees and external professionals and is to launch agile training opportunities on the market. These include Micro-Credentials and an Executive Program for Senior Specialists.
- The EuroTeQ Education Lab forms the interface between educational research and pedagogical practice, for innovative teaching formats and the internationalization of teaching staff.
EuroTeQ started in 2020 with six organizations, including Technical University of Munich (TUM), Denmark’s Technical University (DTU), École Polytechnique (L’X), Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) and the Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU). In the new funding phase, two business schools, Spain’s IESE and HEC Paris, will join. Associated partners are the Swiss EPFL, IP Paris, as well as a large number of European companies and engineering associations.