From the heart of Europe’s metropolitan areas to peripheral rural regions, our diversity and complementarity drives our ambition to commit to a joint strategy for a structural institutional transformation towards a European University. Despite our differences, our collective motivation is based on a set of shared values and principles.
Among these are equality, inclusion, diversity, democracy and peaceful international cooperation. We strive for interdisciplinary and high-impact research while ensuring academic freedom, open data and open science for the general public in order to serve society.our mission
EULiST serves as an intermediary and generator of knowledge and innovation, empowering responsible change agents to solve the challenges humanity is facing, including climate change and the twin green and digital transition. To this end, EULiST strives to generate a unique and creative EULiST Academic Ecosystem of sustainable development, exhibiting innovative techniques and providing access to hands-on experience and experiments - all open to the public. Inspired by the reciprocities between society, science and technology, this academic ecosystem will support inter- and transdisciplinary learning, research and outreach to enable student and academic staff participation and interaction with society through the following key resources and EULiST flagships.
In the framework of the joint action plan, a proposal for the funding of EULiST Alliance has been prepared and submitted under the Erasmus+ EUI Call 2023 for topic 2 “Development of new deep institutional transnational cooperation”.
At the beginning of the year, Dr. Markus Auditor commenced his new role as central coordinator of the university network EULiST (European Universities Linking Society and Technology) at the International Office of Leibniz University Hannover (LUH).
The first EULiST General Assembly took place in Madrid between October 19th to 21st, 2022. The different meetings of the Presidents’ Board, the Management Board and the Coordination Office were hosted by University Rey Juan Carlos.
EULiST Alliance has been extended to 10 university members with the addition of IMT Institut Mines-Télécom. IMT has several existing ties to EULiST members, including NTUA, and holds the same vision to create one joint European University.
Students, researchers and administrative staff are encouraged to contribute their ideas in order to shape the alliance!Contact Us