EUniWell aims at creating a common identity, offering seamless cultural and mobility experiences for students, faculty and staff across the partnership network. Opportunities for mobility, both physical and virtual, are a key action for the establishment of the EUniWell European University.
EUniWell will provide its students, faculty and staff with a wide range of opportunities for gaining skills that make them fit for contributing actively to the well-being of society and environment both on European and global scales. Some of the activities in this context are gathered under the umbrella of EUniWell Mobility Skills (EMS), which offers language, inter-comprehension and intercultural communication skills to all EUniWell students, faculty and staff, in order to foster a multilingual European habitus and increase an understanding for transculturality in practice.
All EUniWell incoming and outgoing students preparing for an exchange or being abroad are asked to select additional EMS-courses from their target university to increase their language competences as well as to ensure that less dominant languages become more popular. The EUniWell languages are Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian and Swedish. The offer in EUniWell Mobility Skills is provided broadly and in various formats including courses, modules, lectures, seminars and other activities. The offer in mobility skills can be academic, non-academic, virtual, blended or on-campus.
EMS courses at a basic level will initially be offered for all EUniWell mobile students, regardless of level of studies. The offer is also for EUniWell mobile university employees. As a long-term perspective the offer will be available for all of our students and employees.
There are plenty of opportunities to learn mobility skills. You could take a course or a module in one of the EUniWell languages or train up your skills in inter-comprehension and intercultural communication.The offer being presented at each EUniWell university is the existing offer. New joint modules, courses, trainings and activities in mobility skills will be provided over time.
 Intercomprehension is a form of communication in which each person speaks his or her own language and understands that of the other.
 Mobile is defined as being physically or virtually mobile, or a hybrid of both, i.e. students and employees engaging in online teaching and learning are included.
Kindly click each university’s link for the existing mobility skills offer for students. Please note that the university pages may also have information on other courses and programmes available, as well as information directed at employees. Also the Erasmus programme offers online linguistic support for the EUniWell languages. Please see https://erasmusplusols.eu/en/.
Kindly click each university’s link for the existing mobility skills offer for employees. Please note that the university pages may also have information directed at students.