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UNIVERSEH Statement on the Invasion of Ukraine

15 March 2022

The UNIVERSEH European University Alliance (including universities from France, Germany, Luxembourg, Sweden and Poland) was shocked by the outbreak of war, as academic cooperation, exchange, interculturality and multilingualism – which are the foundation of European University Alliances – are supposed … Continued

Call for expression of interest to join the UNIVERSEH Alliance

03 March 2022

UNIVERSEH – The European University for Earth and Humanity associates five Universities:  Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées (France),  Université du Luxembourg (Luxembourg),  Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf (Germany),  Luleå tekniska universitet (Sweden), and  Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza im. Stanisława Staszica w Krakowie (Poland).  UNIVERSEH will soon … Continued

German and French Intensive Online Course for beginners (A1) in September

30 August 2021

UNIVERSEH is an alliance of five European universities established in November 2020 to develop a new way of collaboration in the field of Space. One of the main goals of the programme is to enhance multilingualism and facilitate the transfer … Continued


“Beyond UNIVERSEH” granted by EU Commission

18 February 2021

The European Commission has accepted the proposal for “Beyond UNIVERSEH” under the Horizon 2020 “Science with and for Society (SwafS)“ programme. “Beyond UNIVERSEH” will complement and support the Research and Innovation dimension of the European University UNIVERSEH.

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Five higher education institutions create UNIVERSEH

14 December 2020

“UNIVERSEH – The European Space University for Earth and Humanity”, an alliance of five higher education institutions, was officially launched in a virtual inauguration ceremony today.

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EU Commission approved European Space University for Earth & Humanity

10 July 2020

In July 2020 the project “European University – European Space University for Earth and Humanity” (UNIVERSEH) was approved by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme.