University of Innsbruck

Überblick

In October 2019, Universität Innsbruck joined the university network Aurora, which was founded in 2016 on the initiative of the Free University of Amsterdam and today comprises a total of nine members from all over Europe.

With the approval of an Aurora European Universities Alliance by the European Commission, the joint activities were taken to a new level in summer 2020. On this page you will find all relevant information and opportunities for participation. 

AURORA

FAQ


  • What is the difference between the Aurora Network and the Aurora Alliance?
  • Which universities are members of the network and alliance?
  • How are the network and alliance organized?
Our FAQ provides answers.


Aurora European Universities Alliance

Mitglieder

Members

The Aurora European Universities Alliance comprises nine members from all over Europe. [more]

Organisation

Organisation

Both the alliance-wide and university-internal organization is presented here. [more]

Work packages

Work packages

Six work packages with embedded activities form the contextual framework of the alliance. [more]

Explanatory video

Explanatory video

Briefly summarized in under three minutes: The Aurora Alliance in our explanatory video [more]

Aurora Universities Network

Members and organisation

Members and organisation

The Aurora university network and its members introduce themselves. [more]

Activities

Activities

Matching academic excellence with societal relevance is the core and essence of Aurora. [more]

Events

Events

Forthcoming (joint) events organized by the Aurora network partners and beyond. [more]

Aurora Brief Reviews

Aurora Brief Reviews

DThe Aurora brief reviews present data-driven reports on aspects of the international dimension of higher education and research. [more]

University Newsroom

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