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Unite! Seed Fund Initiative Teaching and Learning in Unite! Focus Areas | Call Summer 2024

Based on the enthusiastic response and significant number of applications received in the last call, Unite! is launching a special call for proposals for Unite! Seed Fund measure in ‘Teaching and Learning in Unite! Focus Areas’.

The call is open from 15 June until 31 August 2024.

This special call is envisioned for setting up joint and collaborative teaching formats in Unite! Focus Areas, particularly exchange modules for the Master level. The Unite! university alliance invites teaching staff, teaching, and learning units to send proposals of collaborative projects, involving as many Unite! universities as possible. The current application call is open from 15 June until 31 August 2024.
The call aims to fund innovation and collaboration in Teaching and Learning in Unite! in the following focus areas:
  • Sustainable Cities and Water (incl. Resilient Cities and Climate Change)
  • Engineering Biology (incl. Biotechnology)
  • Space
  • Cybersecurity
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Industry 4.0
  • Energy
  • Entrepreneurship
The funding is open to subjects and topics related to the focus areas mentioned above and is aimed at in-person, hybrid, and/or purely digital formats.

The objective of this call is to foster the creation of exchange modules within Unite!, i.e. academic programmes that allow students to study at another Unite! university – or at several other Unite! universities – for a certain period, thereby enhancing sustainable student mobility.
This call of the seed fund intends to support the creation of exchange modules – either entirely new or based on preexisting courses – amongst Unite! members, limited to the Unite! focus areas only. These can address, e.g., innovative teaching and learning formats (e.g. COIL, VECP, etc.) intercultural or international learning environments or co-creation of course modules through teaching collaboration, etc.

All the requirement documents to apply for this Seed Fund Call can be found here.

For more details, please contact Unite! Seed Fund Management via email or the Unite! Key Liaison officer of your university.