After telling you that there will be a T4E virtual European university, let's go deeper into what this means.
By 2023, the T4E alliance will have developed its identity together with a number of pilot initiatives in selected fields.
In particular T4E will have established a set of joint T4E challenge-based European curricula in three focus areas (digital transformation and smart regions - environmental transformation and sustainability - societal transformation and inclusion) for all three study cycles as well as for life-long learners:
- three customised T4E tracks at the bachelors level,
- three joint challenge-based European Master programmes,
- T4E joint doctoral programmes,
- challenge-based LLL certificates for pupils, the general public and professionals.
Furthermore, they will incorporate stakeholders from industry, culture and society, then the final aim is to offer challenge-driven academic programmes with embedded entrepreneurial competencies and language-learning, innovative knowledge-creating formats between students, staff and entrepreneurs and practitioners, innovative teaching methods and learning environments that reach beyond the students and into the local communities, seamless and inclusive mobility around the transnational T4E ecosystem and a lively European campus spirit.