Keyword: European Universities
Hosted by the University of Turku, the virtually organised EC2U Forum on 19–21 May included discussion on social sustainability, cooperation of universities and cities, micro-credentials, and thinking of ways how to recognise students' engagement.
The joint European Campus of City-Universities (EC2U) alliance forum of seven European universities will be held from 19 to 21 May. The core themes of the event, organised by the University of Turku, are social sustainability, cooperation between cities and universities, as well as micro-credentials and students' engagement. Registration for the whole event or parts of it is now open.
The EC2U Forum was organised by University of Turku during 19–21 May, 2021. It was organised virtually and had several excellent keynote speakers and panelists. It had participants from the seven universities, cities and beyond.
Registered participants are able to see presentations and recordings of the Forum on the Liveto Platform for the next two weeks.
The European Commission approved a total of 24 new members to join the alliance of European Universities. The University of Turku is part of the European Campus of City-Universities, EC2U university alliance, which aims to promote cooperation between the alliance’s universities and cities.