Recently, Marion Toblier from FH JOANNEUM had the privilege of visiting the University of Mondragon as part of our EU4DUAL partnership. From networking with local colleagues to immersing herself in Basque culture, Marion broadened her horizons and gained new insights
Barcelona, Spain – November 17, 2023 The EU4Dual Project Management Committee met in Barcelona on 16-17 November. During the two-day meeting, we shared the strategic themes of each work package and defined the challenges ahead. At this point, when the Alliance is ready to enter an operational phase, the members of the Project Management Team […]
During a meeting held on 6-7 November at the John von Neumann University in Kecskemét, Hungary, the EU4Dual Rector’s Council took stock of the first ten months of the Alliance’s activities and coordinated plans for the second year of operation.
The Rectors noted that the first year has been characterised by a deepening of cooperation between our respective institutions at all levels – governance, operational and academic. Each of our institutions has put in place the necessary structures and strategies to lay the groundwork for future work and to launch new joint initiatives.
Representatives from Mondragon Unibertsitatea have been at the II Forum of European University Alliances, in Barcelona
Several representatives of Mondragon University have taken part in the II Forum of European University Alliances where a space for dialogue and coexistence of opinions to address the most important issues affecting European alliances today was provided.
The EU4Dual Alliance, an unprecedented collaboration of nine leading dual university institutions in Europe, proudly announces the adoption of its first work-plan, during a meeting which has taken place in Malta on June 19 and 20, 2023. The rectors of each of the nine institutions have come together to plan the implementation of the mission & vision of the alliance and organise the contribution of their respective universities to its operations.
Jon Altuna, coordinator of the EU4DUAL EuropeanUniversity alliance and Board member of EURASHE, has presented the EU4Dual alliance as an example of transnational collaboration of Higher Education institutions ion the last event of Ahead by Bett, in London.
The Academic Vice-Rector of Mondragon Unibertsitatea, Jon Altuna, has been at the dual university training conference organised in Santiago de Compostela to present the EU4DUAL. He spoke of generating knowledge to contribute to a more sustainable future and to the responsible development of society and companies through educations and R+D+I activities that will be carried out through cooperation between the 9 partners that mke up the alliance and are considered leaders in dual training at European level.
The alliance of European universities led by Mondragon Unibertsitatea, EU4DUAL, has met in Kuopio, Finland. The aim of the alliance is to build a European higher education institution, the Centre of Excellence for Dual Education, which will generate expertise for the future needs of working life and solve global challenges in cooperation with students.
Jon Altuna, Academic Vice-Rector of Mondragon Unibertsitatea and one of the leaders of the alliance has taken part in the forum by presenting the EU4Dual alliance and its major aspects. The Chair of the Academic Council has also shared some key messages regarding the future of the alliance and its contribution to Higher Education.
The EU4Dual alliance led by Mondragon Unibertsitatea, chosen by the European Commission to develop the European University project
The European University Consortium for Dual Education, EU4DUAL, (European Dual Studies University), led by Mondragon Unibertsitatea, has been one of the four new European projects chosen by the European Commission to develop the European Universities initiative. The aim is to increase the quality and competitiveness of European higher education by using dual education to solve global challenges.