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Participate in digital workshops and panel discussions at EUTOPIA Week 23-27 November

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Every six months EUTOPIA Week brings together key players- students, researchers, subject matter experts and strategic partners from the EUTOPIA Alliance, a collaboration between the University of Gothenburg and five other European universities. The next EUTOPIA Week will kick off online on the 23rd November and is this time hosted by the University of Warwick.

The days will be filled with workshops, panel debates and lunchtime talks where speakers from the EUTOPIA network and external experts including senior representatives from the European Commission will take part in current discussions on European higher education and how to make it more inclusive. University of Gothenburg will be represented on a number of different panels.

Many activities open to all

Many activities are open to the general public, press, employees and students at the participating universities. Participation will offer excellent opportunities to learn more about EUTOPIA and the challenges facing the European university system today.

Several scientists and researchers from University of Gothenburg are participating

The University of Gothenburg will be represented on a variety of panels, ranging from subjects such as international partnerships, cultural identity and the UN's sustainable development goals to the universities' role in the ongoing pandemic.

Full program including registration information 

By: Ann Nilsen

What is EUTOPIA?

EUTOPIA was launched almost a year ago and is a collaboration between the University of Gothenburg and five other European universities within the framework of the European Commission's ‘European University Initiative’. The initiative is usually referred to as the European University and there are 41 such collaborations in Europe. Within EUTOPIA, a number of different activities are underway that aim to strengthen educational and research collaboration within the project. In order to further develop the collaboration and discuss current issues, the higher education institutions meet continuously in various forms. One such form is EUTOPIA Week, which is held twice a year.