Joint Summer / Winter Schools

Learning Opportunities for Students

Module 1: July 7- July 10 2022, online on zoom
Module 2: July 22 – August 5 2022, at the University of Konstanz

Do you want to engage with current events and societal challenges in Europe? Do you want to learn how to turn your research field into innovative projects ans social business ideas? Join the 1st international ERUA Summer School „Innovation and Social Engagement for Europe“ at the Beautiful Setting of Lake Constance!
This interdisciplinary, international Summer School gives students the possibility to get inspired by innovative research projects and scientific approaches to current societal challenges in Europe and to develop their own social engagement. The broad range of interactive courses taught in English also offers insight in topics such as “Social Entrepreneurship” and “Business Modelling” so that students can learn how to transform their studies and individual skill sets into social business ideas. 
Aside from the courses and workshops, there will be a rich cultural and social program including a city tour, excursions, a boat cruise, hikes, a BBQ at the lake and many fun activities which will make this Summer School one unique experience!
More information and the online application can be found here.


Deadline: 30th of May 2022

The 1st ERUA Winter School European Identities will take place in English at the University of Konstanz from 11 – 18 February 2022. The Winter School is open for up to 30 Master’s degree students of all disciplines to gain 3 Credits.

The ERUA Winter School “European Identities” is designed for Master students who seek to learn about discourses regarding transnational concepts and perspectives on European identities. In an interdisciplinary seminar, workshops and group projects, participants will receive an overview of the political, historical, economic and cultural framework of European integration and discuss challenges the European society is facing, such as the aftermath of the pandemic, political fragmentation and radicalization, immigration, and social inequalities.


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