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Among other activities, ARQUS will support joint doctoral training within the group of partner universities by enabling site visits and joint activities. Eligible are doctoral groups with a common research topic that offer a structured training programme for their doctoral candidates.
You can apply for a research stay at one of the ARQUS partner universities and receive funding for travel expenses.
The 18 October 2019 marks the beginning of the Arqus Alliance, as it was on this day that the Arqus Rectors’ Council was formally established in Granada. Two years have passed since then and we are proud of what has been achieved so far.
Join a new round of the Arqus café in autumn 2021!
After a period where travelling was highly restricted, the Arqus Management Team and the Arqus Student Council have had the opportunity to hold a 3-day meeting each at the University of Granada.
In June the first version of the Arqus Collaboratory Programme was concluded. Students from all seven partner universities met digitally to share experiences and discuss insights after a semester of studying climate risks at the seven different localities.
How come Italy became… Italy? Understanding the past to explain the present is not always an easy task, but it is an interesting journey, able to enrich our view over the world we live in. The University of Padua now offers three online courses during the first half of July 2021.
On June 7th, from 11:00 to 13:00 , you are invited to the discussion "Culture as a way towards mutual understanding: an intercultural experience".
Arqus Lounge an opportunity for Arqus staff to get to know colleagues from other Arqus universities and to talk about current topics, their daily work, issues or common interests.
From 13th to 15th October 2021, the Center for Knowledge and Innovation Transfer (ZWI) of the University of Graz will hold the Arqus PhD Week for Careers Outside Academia.
This first edition, with the motto of “shaping the university of the future”, aims to engage the communities of the seven universities in discussing a renewed vision for higher education.
The research group Multilingualism on My Mind (MoMM) at the University of Bergen’s Department of Foreign Languages is organizing a two-day virtual conference on multilingualism in education from 18-19 March 2021. Registration is open and free for all.
University of Bergen’s local Arqus coordinator, Katrine Moland Hansen, will on Tuesday December 8th at 11.30 participate in a panel discussion regarding emerging new jobs and the tasks and skills needed to work in a European University Alliance.
The universities of Bergen, Granada, Lyon and Vilnius have received more than €4.5M for research on COVID-19, whereas Graz and Padua have launched fundraising campaigns to support COVID-19 research projects.
The importance of contributing to find novel solutions for coronavirus-related challenges
The importance of contributing to find novel solutions for coronavirus-related challenges
Information update about the ongoing COVID19 pandemic and Arqus activities.
Information update about the ongoing COVID19 pandemic and Arqus activities.