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Undergraduate offers that connect students and society

CIVICA brings together 50,000 students and 10,000 faculty from eight world-renowned higher education institutions across Europe. 

By strengthening inter-university and cross-national mobility, we are working towards a physically and digitally connected campus. This will allow students to engage in transnational academic experiences, well beyond any one institutional or national context.

At the undergraduate level, CIVICA will design a multi-campus interdisciplinary bachelor track with a focus on civic engagement. 

Based on existing experiences at Sciences Po and at the Stockholm School of Economics, students will have the opportunity to combine academics with civic commitment, thus internalising values like responsibility and sustainability through concrete action from an early stage on. 

CIVICA lives through its students

Connect, get informed, get involved.

On this page you can find offers, initiatives, relevant contact persons and opportunities for undergraduate students to get involved. Our offers are manifold and will continue to grow in the coming months and years. Your ideas for initiatives and networking with other students are very welcome.

Research resources

CIVICA joint statement on the COVID-19 crisis
CIVICA

CIVICA alliance’s COVID-19 knowledge hub

The social sciences play a vital role in tackling the economic and societal challenges brought about by the novel coronavirus. The research outputs, expert insights, media features and examples of community involvement collected on this page promote a deeper understanding of the impacts of the pandemic, encourage an open dialogue at all levels of society, and support policymakers in crafting evidence-based responses.

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Future of Europe lecture series: Monetary solidarity and the Corona crisis
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Future of Europe lecture series: Monetary solidarity and the Corona crisis

What are possible and desirable scenarios for the future of the European Union? Waltraud Schelkle, Professor of Political Economy at The London School of Economics and Political Science, was the first to answer this question in the new Future of Europe lecture series of the Jacques Delors Centre at the Hertie School, organised in the frame of CIVICA.

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SNSPA students at First World Youth Cyber Meeting on Coronavirus
SNSPA

SNSPA students at First World Youth Cyber Meeting on Coronavirus

SNSPA students joined young people from 60 cities around the globe in an online encounter to appeal to solidarity, share impressions and face the crisis caused by the new coronavirus together.

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