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FestiWell 2023

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FestiWell 2023 is being organised with the aim of bringing together students, researchers and staff members from all EUniWell partner institutions to “Upskill, Connect and Celebrate” together at the in-person event at Linnaeus University. Since the event is framed by the overall topic of well-being, we want to offer activities around the FestiWell programme, in order to give participants the opportunity to have breaks and time to breathe in between workshops. Yoga sessions, meditations and sporty competitions will be offered to wake up the body and give the mind a break. You can also learn more about the EUniWell universities at our information fair.

As we want FestiWell to be as interactive as possible and to give participants the opportunity to connect with other internationals as well as locals Tea Servings and Connect-and-Relax-Areas will be found all over the site.  Connect with others in stretching exercises or by walking through the sonic artwork of the Ironwomen Soundrun. Or simply enjoy each other’s company at a Swedish fika with a healthy twist!

Inspired by the European Union’s announcement of 2023 as the European Year of Skills, FestiWell 2023 focus on offering various workshops, lectures and activities that explore, among others, the importance of developing academic, communicative, and creative skills. The themes are entrepreneurship, digitalisation, employability, and soft skills. There will also be a number of well-being activities and social activities surrounding the event.

Everyone is warmly welcome to take part in the open programme!  

FestiWell is funded by

EUniWell European University for Well-Being
European Universities, Erasmus+
Co-funded by the Erasmus+Programme of the European Union
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A sustainable event

FestiWell is a sustainability-assured meeting in accordance with Linnaeus University’s guidelines for sustainable events. These guidelines are linked to the 17 global goals in Agenda 2030 and comprise the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, the social, and the environmental. 

Learn more about Linnaeus University´s sustainable events here.

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