Zwei junge Frauen, die sich die Arme um die Schultern legen

Lena Probst (left) and Eva Maria Marosch (right) had very positive experiences participating in the Aurora programme "Understanding Europe".

Mul­tidis­ci­plinary intro­duc­tion to Europe

Aurora's "Understanding Europe" program offers undergraduate students of all disciplines the opportunity to receive a multidisciplinary introduction to the history, politics, societies, arts and popular culture of Europe. At the same time, the program also allows students to visit partner universities.

Since 2020, the University of Innsbruck as part of the Aurora Alliance has been part of one of 44 European networks selected by the European Commission as "Universities of the Future".

The initiative, which is based on an idea of the French President Macron from 2017, aims to deepen the transnational cooperation of universities in the sense of the European idea and, in particular, to increase the mobility of students, academics and staff.

Students of the University of Innsbruck have access to numerous Aurora programs. "Understanding Europe" deals with Europe intensively and from a wide variety of professional perspectives.

Lena Probst and Eva Maria Marosch have already completed the programme and report on their very positive experiences of this European exchange.

Lena Probst

"Aurora is so special because it is a challenge for everyone within themselves to step out of their comfort zone".

Eva Maria Marosch

"I really got to experience a new way of seeing Europe".

Detailed information on the Aurora Program "Understanding Europe":

Bachelor students of the University of Innsbruck can apply via the Course catalog by entering "Aurora Joint Program - Understanding Europe".

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