Faculty teams across the CIVICA alliance are currently developing new educational offers at undergraduate, master's and (post)doctoral level.
CIVICA brings together 72,000 students & PhDs and 13,000 faculty from ten world-renowned higher education institutions across Europe.
By strengthening inter-university and cross-national mobility, CIVICA is working towards a true European campus, with both physical and digital transnational experiences that will allow students and early stage researchers to pursue academic paths well beyond any one institutional or national context.
Joint and flexible curriculum development, co-taught courses, and innovative educational experiences will greatly enhance the opportunities available to students and early stage researchers. We aim to offer a blended, interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral learning experience, which is at the same time modular and customised.
The Multicampus Course “The Future of Europe” is organised and delivered by instructors from across the alliance. As its name suggests, its objective is to examine four major challenges facing the future of Europe: globalisation and post-globalisation, innovation and digitalisation, democratisation, and the green transition.
Around 25 students from the Hertie School and 45 from Sciences Po signed up for the first joint master's course of CIVICA, co-taught by Florence Faucher of Sciences Po and Christian Freudlsperger of the Hertie School. For the fall 2020 sessions, the professors homed in on two topics of public interest around the globe – democracy and crisis.
Study offers at CIVICA universities
Follow the links below to learn more about the general study offers of the universities in the CIVICA alliance.