Aarhus University was founded in 1928 and today, it is a globally-oriented, academically diverse and research-intensive institution with four faculties: Arts, Aarhus BSS, Health and Science and Technology.
Located in the thriving cultural, economic and digital hub of Cluj-Napoca, Babeș-Bolyai University (UBB) is the most highly ranked university in South-Eastern Europe.
Globally connected and regionally anchored, the University of Bern is focused on excellence in research and teaching. It was here that Albert Einstein qualified as a lecturer.
Founded in 1817, Ghent University is currently ranked 61st in the World (and number one in Belgium) in the Academic Ranking of World Universities.
Founded in 1451, University of Glasgow is the fourth oldest university in the UK, and in the top 1% of the world’s universities.
Founded in 1737, the University of Göttingen is a research university with a strong focus on research-oriented teaching.
Innovative, research-driven and rooted in the number-one knowledge hub of Northern Netherlands, the University of Groningen is an internationally-oriented university with 30,000 students.
Founded in 1919, the University of Ljubljana is Slovenia’s foremost comprehensive university, comprising over 40,000 students.
Founded in 1425, the University of Louvain is one of Europe’s oldest universities. It is among the top 5 comprehensive French-speaking universities in the world.
Founded in 1811, the University of Oslo (UiO) is Norway’s leading university and consistently ranks in the top 1% of the world’s universities.
In 2019, Paris Diderot University officially merged with Paris Descartes and the Institut Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP) to form Université de Paris.
Founded in 1990, Pompeu Fabra University (UPF) has swiftly conquered a notable position among the best universities in the world, ranking as the top university in the Iberian Peninsula and 10th young university worldwide by the 2021 Times Higher Education Global Rankings.
Radboud University, founded in 1923, is a broad, internationally oriented research university.
Originally founded as Scandinavia’s second university by the Swedish King Gustaph Adolphus in 1632, the University of Tartu (UT) is today Estonia’s national university.
Innovative. Interdisciplinary. International. Since 1477. These have been the University of Tübingen’s guiding principles in research and teaching ever since it was founded.
Uppsala University ranks among the top 100 universities in the world. The university's internationally prominent position is strengthened its ability to forge new paths. The mission is to gain and disseminate knowledge for a better world.
Open to new ideas since 1365. As a research university with high international visibility and a wide range of degree programmes, the University of Vienna is committed to basic research, as well as applied and research-led teaching.
Founded in 1965, the University of Warwick is one of the UK’s most dynamic and innovative universities, ranking 9th in the UK and 79th in the world (Times Higher).