UPHF offers a new range of European courses thanks to EUNICE
More than 40 European modules are offered to UPHF students as part of the EUNICE alliance of European universities.
An opportunity for students to personalize their training
The EUNICE 2023-2024 course catalog covers a variety of fields in which the ten member universities specialize, from information technology to smart cities, languages, history and social sciences, and much more. The majority of EUNICE modules are delivered in English, free of charge, and can be taken online, in direct or self-study format, by Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France students.
These courses give students the opportunity to personalize their learning path and experience international interaction with other students from all partner institutions.
More than forty multidisciplinary courses for all UPHF students
The course offering for the 2023-2024 academic year covers many areas :
- Soft skills and cross-disciplinary skills
- Information technologies and Smart Cities
- History and social sciences
- Sustainable development
- Engineering : energy, transport/mobility, environment
Depending on the prerequisites indicated on the course pages, modules may be open to students on bachelor's, master's, engineering and PhD courses. Some language courses are also available to UPHF staff, enabling them to take advantage of the EUNICE educational offer.
Discover the "Giving a second life to our electrical waste" course
The module " Giving a second life to our electrical waste " (" donner une seconde vie à nos déchets électroniques "), taught by Professor El Hadj Dogheche, is once again available in the 2023-2024 course catalog.
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The European University for Customised Education (EUNICE) is nurtured by the intellectual and infrastructural contributions of seven partner universities: Poznań University of Technology (Poland), Brandenburg University of Technology (Germany), University of Cantabria (Spain), University of Mons (Belgium), University of Catania (Italy), Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France (France), and University of Vaasa (Finland). In 2023, the EUNICE alliance will be expanded by the official arrival of three new partners: the Polytechnic Institute of Viseu (Portugal), the University of Peloponnese (Greece) and Karlstad University (Sweden).
The Alliance, selected in the 2020 call of the Erasmus+ program for the specific action Initiative "European Universities", aims at a paradigm shift from traditional education to personalized, flexible, open, multicultural, multicentric, innovative and engaging education, capable of meeting the needs of each student, individual, and more globally of society.