Get to know EUTOPIA, the Week and the organizers
We are the ambitious alliance of six like-minded European universities, called EUTOPIA. The EUTOPIA Week brings together key players – students, researchers, subject-matter experts and strategic partners, from across our European alliance network. The organizer - The University of Gothenburg is a multidisciplinary university with roots back to 1896, with a Nobel Laureate in Medicine.
This is EUTOPIA
EUTOPIA is an ambitious alliance of six like-minded European universities. EUTOPIA’s long-term mission is to build a unique and daring alliance of transformative and engaged institutions.
EUTOPIA students, researchers and staff are currently working together to build a new academic model, reflecting an open and united Europe, respectful of all citizens and the environment. The alliance works together with its associate and global partners to reach its aims.
EUTOPIA provides opportunities for students and staff alike, from undergraduate through post doc, and for researchers, teachers, technical and administrative staff.
Efforts are already underway to produce challenge-driven research and teaching, prepare empowered European graduates, champion regional and international involvement, and support diversity, inclusivity and widening citizenship.
EUTOPIA Week Spring 2021
EUTOPIA Week brings together key players – students, researchers, subject-matter experts and strategic partners, from across our European alliance network. This biannual event is open to all, and it provides unique insights and enables important discussions on timely topics. Spring 2021, the 3rd EUTOPIA Week is being organised by the University of Gothenburg. It will be an entirely digital event, including live streaming of many of its sessions, making it readily available to anyone who wishes to participate.
We are the spring 2021 organisers
The University of Gothenburg is a multidisciplinary university with roots back to 1891. We consist of eight faculties and 38 departments, plus a large number of research and centres of expertise that span across several academic disciplines. These disciplines serve as a meeting point for students, researchers and representatives from the commercial, industrial, and public sectors.
With around 49 000 students and 6 000 staff studying and working here, we are one of the largest universities in Northern Europe.
The University of Gothenburg works to meet societal challenges. Our strong research and appealing study programmes attract scientists and students from around the world. We are environmentally certified and work actively for sustainable development. With new knowledge and new perspectives, our students and researchers contribute to a better future.