What is a Reform University?

Reform universities are institutions intended for reform. They not only aim at enlarging the landscape of higher education, but also to renew it. Reform universities are often characterized by:

  • Flexible and less hierarchical organizational structures
  • Interdisciplinarity and openness to new fields of research
  • Forms of general education that prepares students to become active citizens
  • A focus on contemporary societal problems and challenges
  • Inclusiveness and openness to marginalized groups
  • Education and research in close collaboration with the rest of society.

Marcia Tiburi – TERRADORADA (paintings exhibition) – Auditorium MR002

Deavan Michelle La Tray – Chroma Depth (paintings exhibition) – Hall Auditorium MR002

Eva Dimitrova – Beauty without filters (photgraphy exhibition) – Hall Auditorium MR002

Michail Bakas – Equality in Life, Society and Education Human stories. Another road to the European Dream (photography exhibition) – University Entrance Hall

Indira Sofia Molina Caliz – Au sud du sud (dance performance) – Hall Auditorium MR002 – Closing session, cocktail time.

All performances will be available on November 8 except for the dance performance which will be held just before the cocktail.