Universität Innsbruck
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Als Mitglied des europäischen Universitätsnetzwerks Aurora setzt die Universität Innsbruck auf intensive Kooperationen mit ausgewählten Partnern von Reykjavik bis Neapel. Von dieser Zusammenarbeit profitieren sowohl Studierende, Wissenschaftler:innen als auch Verwaltungsmitarbeiter:innen.

Mit der Bewilligung einer Aurora European Universities Allianz durch die Europäische Kommission wurden die gemeinsamen Aktivitäten im Sommer 2020 auf eine neue Ebene gehoben. Auf dieser Seite finden Sie alle relevanten Informationen und Möglichkeiten der Mitwirkung an der Universität Innsbruck. Besuchen Sie auch die allianzweite Aurora Webseitefür weitere Informationen.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 101035804

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Aurora: Mit Studierenden – Für Studierende

Internationale Erfahrungen sind essentieller Bestandteil eines Universitätsstudiums und weiten den Horizont. Aurora bietet für Studierende unterschiedliche Möglichkeiten, diese internationalen Erfahrungen zu sammeln sowie selbst aktiv mitzugestalten.

Dazu zählen etwa Mobilitätsformate in unterschiedlichen Settings – wie internationale (virtuelle) Lehrveranstaltungen und Summer Schools, aber auch ein klassisches Auslandssemester – oder Vernetzungsaktivitäten innerhalb und zwischen den einzelnen Universitätsstandorten, wie sie etwa die Aurora Student Schemes bieten. Durch Mittel der Europäischen Kommission, des OeAD und der Universität Innsbruck stehen hierzu auch vielfältige Fördermöglichkeiten zur Verfügung.

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Aurora: Ein Netzwerk für alle Mitarbeiter:innen

Internationale Kollaborationen sowie Austausch basieren auf vertrauensvollen Verbindungen. Aurora als ein Netzwerk von eng kooperierenden Universitäten bietet diesen Rahmen und steht für neue Möglichkeiten bei gleichzeitig administrativ einfachen Wegen.

Sowohl für Wissenschaftler:innen als auch Mitarbeiter:innen der Verwaltung werden entlang von konkreten Herausforderungsbereichen kontinuierlich neue Formate und Angebote entwickelt, Fördermöglichkeiten für den (wissenschaftlichen) Austausch und die Lehreentwicklung ausgelobt, als auch konkrete Ergebnisse der Aurora Kooperationen in Form von Handreichungen zur Verfügung gestellt. Durch Mittel der Europäischen Kommission, des OeAD und der Universität Innsbruck stehen für all diese Aktivitäten auch vielfältige Fördermöglichkeiten zur Verfügung.

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Aurora Erklärvideo in 180 Sekunden

Kurz zusammengefasst in unter drei Minuten: Die Aurora Allianz in unserem Erklärvideo.

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Vir­tual Citi­zen Dia­logue „The Making of Europe“

Universität Innsbruck, in cooperation with the European Committee of the Regions, is pleased to host a Virtual Citizen Dialogue on the topic of “The Making of Europe”. With contributions from different European regions, the Citizen Dialogue will offer a unique opportunity to better understand how Europe functions and engage with European stakeholders from various backgrounds.

Autumn Vir­tual Aurora Bian­nual | Sustaina­ble Resources and Mobi­lity in Europe

The upcoming Aurora Fall Biannual 2022 is organised by Universität Duisburg-Essen and will be held virtually on the 9th and 10th of November.

Aurora in the Euro­pean Rese­arch Area

On Tuesday 8th November, 2022 we are pleased to invite you to the Aurora Research & Innovation Workshop on Aurora in the European Research Area.

Auf­takt zur neuen Aurora Fort­bil­dungs­serie: Tea­ching for Soci­e­tal Impact

Gesellschaftlich relevante, kooperative und international orientierte Lehre zählen zu den Hauptzielen der Aurora European University Alliance. Um Wissenschaftler:innen in ihrer Lehreentwicklung zu unterstützen, startet die Universität Innsbruck diesen Herbst eine neue Fortbildungsserie, um unterschiedliche Ansätze in diesen Bereichen zu fördern. 

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Aurora-Uni­ver­si­tä­ten unter­stüt­zen Part­ne­ru­ni­ver­si­tät in der Ukraine

Derzeit treffen sich die Hochschulen des europaweiten Aurora-Universitätsverbunds in Innsbruck. Zu Gast ist auch die Rektorin der Karasin-Universität Charkiw – sie berichtete über die Lage in ihrer Stadt und konnte 51.000 Euro an finanzieller Unterstützung für ihre Hochschule entgegennehmen.

Besuch der VU Ams­ter­dam in Inns­bruck: Gesprä­che über ein Aurora Joint Mas­ter Pro­gramm

Eine Delegation der VU Amsterdam besuchte kürzlich die Universität Innsbruck als Teil der laufenden Aktivitäten innerhalb der Aurora European University Alliance. Jaap Gordijn, Anna Bon und Hans Akkermans leiten den Pilotbereich „Digital Society and Global Society“, eine der Aurora-Plattformen für Bildungskooperationen, um ein mögliches neues gemeinsames Masterprogramm in diesem Bereich zu diskutieren.

wissenswert Februar 2022

In dieser Ausgabe sprechen Innsbrucker Wissenschaftler über den Klimarat der Bürger*innen, Studierende berichten von ihren Forschungsprojekten und Sie erfahren, wie man sein Wissen über Tirols Tierwelt zertifizieren lassen kann. Darüber hinaus gibt es alle Informationen zum Studienstart und zu neuen oder neugestalteten Studienangeboten im kommenden Wintersemester.

Inns­brucker Hoch­schu­len setzen starke euro­päi­sche Ak­zente

Universität Innsbruck und MCI sind seit Sommer jeweils Mitglied einer European-Universities-Alliance. Das sind Hochschulverbünde, deren Ziele es sind, innovative Kooperationsprojekte in Lehre, Forschung und Verwaltung quer durch Europa umzusetzen. Der aktuellen Entscheidung vorausgegangen ist ein harter Wettbewerb, bei dem am Ende 24 der beantragten 62 Allianzen erfolgreich waren.

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The University of Iceland, founded in 1911, is a progressive comprehensive research university, situated in the heart of Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland. Great emphasis is placed on strengthening research and educating young people, preparing them for taking an active part in society as well as making their mark on the global community. The University of Iceland is ranked no. 201-250 by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Currently some 13,300 students are enrolled at the University, including over 1,100 international students. The University of Iceland comprises five schools and 25 faculties offering over four hundred different programmes of study in all major academic disciplines, The University employs a large number of highly qualified academics who are a part of a strong global network within the scientific community. Dynamic and extensive collaboration with research institutions and industry is an important factor in the University’s operations.

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A research-intensive university, the University of East Anglia (UEA) is ranked one of the United Kingdom’s top 15 universities, one of Europe’s top 100, and is also in the world’s top 100 for research excellence.

Located in the Norwich Research Park (NRP), UEA has 15,000 students (4,000 of them postgraduate) and 25 per cent of students are international. UEA shares the NRP with the research-intensive Institute of Food Research, the John Innes Centre, The Sainsbury Laboratory, the Earlham Institute and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.

Specialisms range from environment and climate change, to health and nutrition, exploring issues of family and child policy, economics and business through to creative writing.

The university’s interdisciplinary approach, and the international reach of its research, ensures it’s well placed to continue to address significant research questions and make a real impact on the world.

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The VU is a comprehensive research university, founded in 1880 and aims to contribute to a better world. A world in which justice, humanity, and responsibility for each other and for the world, are central. The VU is ambitious in scientific research and education and encourages free and open communication of ideas. Our university values academic freedom and independence. This independence is reflected in our name Vrije Universiteit; free from church, state and commercial interests. We are committed to delivering Academic Value by developing academic character, embracing diversity and our orientation towards society.

Located at the VU Campus in the heart of the Amsterdam business district, the VU houses 10 faculties, has approximately 23.000 students of which 3.000 international students, 4.500 staff and offers around 70 international programmes. Our education and research are clustered around four interdisciplinary research themes: Governance for Society, Human Health and Life Sciences, Connected World and Science for Sustainability.

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The Universitat Rovira i Virgili

The Universitat Rovira i Virgili (URV) was created in 1991 by the Parliament of Catalonia. From the very first day, the university’s aim has been apparent: to place knowledge at the service of society to contribute to the social and economic development of the surrounding area, as it gradually transforms over time.

Located approximately 100 km south-west of Barcelona on the Mediterranean coast of Catalonia, the URV trains future professionals under the precepts of European harmonization, as a way of opening doors to a world of work without frontiers. With this aim, we currently provide over 130 different programmes of study in all areas of knowledge and at all levels, courses which are now enjoyed by over 14,000 students, with 34% of our 2,700 postgraduate students being international. The university has a staff of 2,900 members.

The special emphasis that the URV places on research allows it to play a leading role in regional development, especially in those areas that are closely linked to the region’s economic strengths: namely, Chemistry, Energy and New Materials, Nutrition and Health, Wine-making, Tourism, Housing, Heritage and Culture, ICT & Digital Economy.

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Universität Duisburg-Essen

Founded in 2003 by merger of two universities in the cities Duisburg and Essen, we are one of the youngest universities in Germany. Located at the heart of the Ruhr metropolis, our university is like our region: dynamic, ambitious, and ever changing.

In our eleven faculties and four interdisciplinary research clusters – Nano sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Urban Systems, and Transformation of Contemporary Societies – our scientists develop ideas with a future. We deliberately interlock research and teaching as closely as we can to promote exchange of knowledge and perspectives.

At our two campuses at Duisburg and Essen and our university medical center, you meet 42,000 students from more than 130 countries. We embrace diversity and strongly support exchange and collaboration, both regionally – as with our neighboring universities.

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Universität Innsbruck

Founded in 1669, Universität Innsbruck is the largest research and education institution in western Austria, with more than 27,000 students and 5,000 staff and faculty members. Located in the heart of the Alps, Universität Innsbruck is a research university comprising sixteen faculties and 81 departments. Its research activities are organised along with six main research areas, namely physics, mountain regions, cultural encounters – cultural conflicts, scientific computing, molecular biosciences and digital sciences. Furthermore, four interdisciplinary research platforms and 46 research centres shape our research profile, organised in a structure designed to promote inter- and transdisciplinary collaboration among our staff.

International higher education rankings regularly prove that Universität Innsbruck plays a distinguished role as an education and research institution in the European higher education area and enjoys an outstanding reputation in many fields of research. Universität Innsbruck strongly believes that the knowledge it generates is not only meant for the few but should benefit society as a whole.

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Copenhagen Business School

Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917. Today, with 20,000 students and 1,500 employees, CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe and one of the 8 Danish universities

CBS is Denmark’s largest educational and research institution within business administration and economics in a wide sense. The university is committed to providing business-related education programmes and continuing education for the public and, in particular, the private sector.

CBS is committed to communicating knowledge and new ideas to tomorrow’s business leaders and society in general. Its main contribution in this field is research and research-based education, and investment in research and high academic standards is therefore crucial to CBS’ contribution to society.

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Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II

Founded by the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Frederick II in 1224, the University Federico II is the world’s oldest state-supported institution of Higher Education and Research. Based in Naples, the University is rooted in a challenging and lively socio-economic context and aims at bridging southern Italy to the global scientific community. The University Federico II committed to its public mission, and its laic and pluralistic vocation, supports the independence, openness and inclusivity of teaching, learning and research.

As a comprehensive public university, Federico II offers high-quality courses in all academic disciplines, at all levels, allowing its students to pursue both intellectual development and the acquisition of professional skills. Federico II is also committed to quality research, societal impact and community engagement. The development of interdisciplinary and innovative teaching, learning and research are, therefore, among its priorities.

At Federico II, fundamental and curiosity-driven research as well as applied and out-put oriented researchers are highly praised, placing the University among the most active Higher Education and Research Italian and European institutions.

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Palacký University Olomouc

Palacký University Olomouc is a university with a long-standing tradition. Founded in the 16th century, it is the oldest university in Moravia and the second-oldest university in the Czech Republic.

Today it is a modern higher education facility with a wide range of study programmes and copious scientific and research activities. In 2019, more than 22,000 students studied in accredited study programmes, exchange programmes and lifelong learning programmes at eight faculties. Palacký University Olomouc is one of the very top Czech universities, and ranks among the best universities in the world, according to international rankings.

The mission of the University is to promote the involvement of students in all areas of research, to cultivate their critical and creative thinking, and to provide high-quality university education in a broad range of natural, medical, and social sciences and humanities on the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral levels.

Our active partnership with both the regional community and the global community contributes to the development of the intellectual wealth of the society and its sustainable scientific, technological, cultural, and social development.

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V.N. Karazin National University Kharkiv

V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University is a leading Ukrainian research and educational institution with a 215-year history. In the «Top-200 Ukraine» UNESCO Chair Ranking in 2019, the University ranked third among all Ukrainian institutions of higher education. According to the annual QS World University Rankings 2020, Karazin University is included in the Top 500 universities in the world. The University ranks 491st, which is the highest position compared to other Ukrainian universities.

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University of Tetova

Founded in 1994, the University of Tetova welcomes and is open to all the students, teachers and collaborators. It welcomes individuals who possess intellectual and moral qualities, which they can apply in an academic climate of clearly defined institutional autonomy and academic freedom, to contribute to the development of education, science and professional development at the university.

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South-West University “Neofit Rilski”

The South-West University “Neofit Rilski” was founded in 1976 in Blagoevgrad. With a history of over 40 years, the University has gained a reputation as a leader in the sphere of science and education in Bulgaria and on the Balkans. At present it is recognized as one of the forefront classical universities in South – Eastern Europe.

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Pavol Jozef Safarik University Kosice

Pavol Jozef Šafárik University was established in 1959 as the second classical University in Slovakia. The current structure of P. J. Šafárik University includes five faculties – Faculty of Medicine, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Public Administration and Faculty of Arts. At our University more than 7 500 students are studying.

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