New catalogue of intensive and online semester courses for ERUA students

The ERUA partner universities announce the opening of new intensive and semester courses for the academic year 2021-2022. The ERUA intensive courses are implemented as short-term physical, virtual or even blended mobilities while the semester courses are primarily online. You can consult the catalogues in the following links: If you would like to know […]

Selection results for Travelling Seminars 2021-2022

ERUA’s travelling seminars are experience-based learning formats that promote mobility and learning-by-doing approaches. The objective is to connect the universities of the alliance and to encourage the projects that aim different types of cooperation (co-teaching, visits to other campuses, field studies, etc.), as well as to develop the project-based mobilities. This format will enable us […]

Ecologie des pratiques critiques: Memorized sound by Luke Fowler

Luke Fowler is a Scottish artist, filmmaker and musician born in 1978. From archives, he has developed a singular and collaborative practice, poetic and political, structural and documentary, but above all deeply human. With an emphasis on community practices, heterodox thinkers and the history of the left, his 16mm films tell the story of alternative […]

Digital management

The course digital business management presents to students an interdisciplinary problem – that of digital management. Digital business management is associated with the use and creation of software (ICT field), management theory and practice (Business Administration), means, styles and models of communication (Mass communications), types of intelligence – emotional, social, mechanical / instrumental (Cognitive psychology). […]

Civilization and religion

More than 10,000 years have passed since the first human civilizations appeared. For the first religious cults, this distance is even greater – perhaps 50,000 years or even more. Almost everything we touch in our daily lives is related to civilization and religion, often not with one specific, but with a special mixture of several. […]

Performance management

This course will help students to understand the elements of an effective, integrated system for performance and development as key to achieving effectiveness and efficiency in the organization. Students will develop a vision for the HRM as a managerial process. They will learn how to: • Understanding the HRM schemes • Develop the skills to […]

Talent Management and Employer Branding

The aim of this course is to provide a perspective for understanding the basic concepts and the concepts of talent management, Students will understand the operation of market laws in the labor market, the marketing approach in the management and development of human resources. They will learn how to develop technology marketing strategies for the […]

Change Management

Change management is becoming a key element of leadership and at the same time an important university discipline. Every organization experiences changes – planned or surprising and their management is of great importance for organizational survival and efficiency. Trends in recent decades show that the number and extent to which organizations will undergo change will […]

Industrial organization

The course offers an additional perspective for business organizations: structure of companies and industries, transaction costs, imperfect competition, market signaling, asymmetric information, market entry and exit. It is based on new but well-established scientific results from the last twenty years. Interesting problems for the strategic behavior of companies, competition and market regulation are addressed. Duration: […]

Intercultural Communication

The course aims to develop students’ communication skills in intercultural communication, incl. listening, writing, asking questions, interviewing and presenting skills. During the classes the emphasis is on the different stages of mastering the skills through role-playing games and practical developments. Duration: 2 days, 3 academic hours each day