30 nouveaux cours EUNICE
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EUNICE: Registration open for 30 new courses

Students from UPHF and all partner universities can now register for the courses of their choice available on the EUNICE website.

A customized course offer

As the second semester of the 2022-2023 academic year approaches, the EUNICE European University has designed a new course offering for students from the seven partner universities. This offer covers various fields in which the partner universities are specialized, from information technology and Smart Cities to history and social sciences, engineering and health, and many others to be found on the EUNICE website.

EUNICE courses are taught free of charge in English (some in French) and can be taken online, onsite, or in a mixed format (onsite and online), depending on the format indicated on the study guides available on the course-dedicated page of the EUNICE site.

Register now

Registrations for over 30 courses are now open. If you'd like to register for the following courses:Service Design, A green business or businesses?, Cybersecurity of the Internet of Things (Online/Mixed), Durable materials and multifunctional coatings, Computers, Ethics and Society, and Machine Learning, don't delay - you have until December 12 to apply.

Recognized European courses

EUNICE courses give students the opportunity to customize their curriculum and experience an international exchange with other students from partner universities.

In addition, participation in these courses can lead to recognition of ECTS credits(we invite you to consult the study guides on the EUNICE website and refer to your local coordinator for more information on this topic).


The European University for Customised Education EUNICE is nurtured by the intellectual and infrastructural contributions of the ten partner universities: the Poznań University of Technology (Poland), the Brandenburg University of Technology (Germany), the University of Cantabria (Spain), the University of Mons (Belgium), the University of Catania (Italy), the Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France (France), the University of Vaasa (Finland), the Viseu Polytechnic Institute (Portugal), the University of the Peloponnese (Greece) and the University of Karlstad (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.