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Launch of the European University for Well-Being (EUniWell)

On November 17 the European University for Well-Being (EUniWell) will be launched.

Linnaeus University has together with six European universities established a European University for Well-Being, EUniWell. The purpose of the cooperation is, with support from the European Commission, to become a university of the future where students and their learning are in focus. It will, for example, become easier to move and study across different campuses both on site and online.

Besides joint courses and programmes, the teaching will adopt a challenge-based approach where students, academics and external partners can cooperate in inter-disciplinary teams to tackle issues facing Europe today.

During the day the Vice-Rectors from the seven universities will have a panel discussion about the project plan for the coming three years, and the student board will present themselves. The second seed-funding call will also be lunched, and well-being from an academic perspective will be addressed. You will also be able to learn more about the different universities and their campuses, and get a sample of how seven young researchers’ work relate to well-being.

The programme is found here: