FAQS | Frequently Asked Questions
Trasform4Europe (T4EU) is a University Alliance made up of 10 European universities, located in 10 EU member states, and 1 associated Ukrainian university:
|Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski"
|University of Primorska
|University of Alicante
|Estonian Academy of Arts
|Jean Monnet University
|The University of Trieste
|Vytautas Magnus University
|Universidade of Silesia in Katowice
|Universidade Católica Portuguesa
|Mariopol State University
Keep up to date with the website and social networks and apply for the events and initiatives that interest you the most. Information about T4EU activities and initiatives is posted at each university and additional information about the project is provided.
We have various events open to the public, such as the Open Dual Lectures and the International Visiting Lectureship, as well as activities developed with T4EU partners.
Every year, T4EU organizes a Festival of European Culture in the city of one of its partner universities. The Festival is open to the public and presents the diversity of Europe's cultural heritage in the worlds of art, architecture, music, theater and dance, from contemporary and historical perspectives, with an alternating thematic focus on one of T4EU's central themes.
They are degree courses offered by partner universities. Students integrate these programs into their curriculum. More information at transform4europe.eu/course-offer-at-bachelor-level.
It is a competition open to students, who participate in groups. Each group must be a mixed team of students from different partner universities. The teams present their business idea. Up to seven projects are selected. Mentors (professionals and university professors) support the development and improvement of the business plans of the selected groups. In addition, the mentors take part in business culture training on management topics.
It's a lecture open to everyone. An academic and an entrepreneur talk about a specific topic related to one of the three focus areas of the Transform4Europe initiatives: digital transformation and smart regions, environmental transformation and sustainability, and social transformation, community building and inclusion.
Students and academics are challenged by a company. They are asked to improve or optimize the implementation of a business model or the functionality of a model.
Yes, funding is available. Travel and accommodation costs are covered by project funds. Depending on the internal procedures of each university, costs may be advanced or reimbursed at a later stage.
The aim of Transform4Europe is to train so-called "knowledge entrepreneurs": academics, researchers and professionals who apply the qualities of entrepreneurship, such as ambition, daring, invention and creativity, to their field of study.