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Studying at a EUniWell partner university

Erasmus+ studies
Are you interested in an exchange semester or an entire year abroad at one of the EUniWell partner universities? Then apply for a semester/year abroad funded by Erasmus+. The application process is organized by the faculties' Centers for International Relations (ZIB). Please refer to the Study abroad with Erasmus+ page for information on the application process and contact the Centre of International Relations of your faculty.

If your faculty cannot offer you a place at the university of your choice at the European University for Well-Being, please do not hesitate to contact us again and we will discuss your options.

EUniWell Mobility Skills
All students, teachers and employees who do an exchange at one of our EUniWell partner universities will be offered a variety of courses on EUniWell Mobility Skills (EMS). This is intended to train language and intercultural communication skills in particular. As part of the preparation, all those interested in an exchange are asked to take part in one or more of the EMS courses.

More information and links to the offers of the respective partners can be found on the EUniWell website (EUniWell Mobility Skills).

Internship in a EUniWell partner country

Do an internship in one of the EUniWell partner countries! EUniWell works with various associated partners on the subject of well-being. Associated partners are e.g. research institutions, schools, cities and communities or local companies. We would be happy to help you find the right contact. Of course, you can also approach organisations and companies independently. An internship can be funded by the common options. We are delighted to be of further help.


Birmingham City Council ©CristianBortes


Are you a student in the field of public health, public management, health management/economics or a related course? The EUniWell Mayor’s Placement Scheme provides an exciting opportunity for students work as part of an international team on an impactful project to explore policy solutions to well-being challenges faced by our cities and regions. The first placement in Summer 2022 will be hosted by the Public Health Division at Birmingham City Council. The Public Health team champions the improved health and well-being of Birmingham’s diverse population, especially the most vulnerable. 

As part of this virtual placement, an international project team of students from across the EUniWell network (the Universities of Birmingham, Cologne, Leiden, Linnaeus, Nantes and Semmelweis) will explore approaches to the health and well-being of women and girls in the context of a globally diverse European city. The team will consider gender inequalities, explore the evidence base for interventions that achieve impact on outcomes for women and girls, and recommend opportunities for action in the context of the local municipalities. The internship takes place from 18 July until 26 August. However, the exact start and end times are flexible. Please indicate your availability when applying.

Click here for the full role description or read further information on the EUniWell-website

Who can apply?
You must be enrolled at one of the EUniWell partner universities. The internship may be of particular interest to students in the fields of public health, public management, health management/economics or a related course. However, students of all course programmes can apply.

How to apply?
To apply, candidates are required to submit a CV and cover letter in English (which should include your motivations for applying and suitability to the role) to Mr Harjinder Kundra at internships[at] by Friday 6th May 2022.  

Summer/Winter Schools, Blended Learning and other short-term programmes

In addition to traditional exchange formats, the EUniWell partner universities also offer short-term programmes such as summer and winter schools or hackathons in virtual, physical or blended formats. We will inform you here about upcoming programmes as soon as they are offered as part of EUniWell. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are interested in participating or as a lecturer in conducting a short-term program.

Information and reports on previous short-term programs can also be found on the EUniWell website.


Students at Nantes University Photo: Franck Tomps


Most of the partner universities offer a summer or winter school programme. Check the institutions' websites for details.

Leiden University


Fairness and equality are topics with high societal value in today’s world. Societies become more sensitive to inequality and are implementing measures on different levels to try to compensate for unfairness. But how do we define inequality? Is it just about differences in income and wealth distribution, achievement, access to education or other goods? How do we prioritize and handle unfairness to best individual’s interest? Discover the answers to these questions during Cologne Summer School from 18th of July until 3rd of August 2022, organized by the International Office of the University of Cologne. Apply by May, 1st. Click here for further information about the programme and the application process


Further Summer Schools are offered by chairs and institutes of the University of Cologne. Check out the Overview of Summer Schools in Cologne

Open Lecture Series


The University of Florence - together with other partners - has set-up an Open Lecture Series on the topic of "Bioethics and Capitalism". The lectures are for free and take part between 25th of March and 18th of May 2022. Detaillied information about the lectures, dates and registration can be found in the programme


Participate in the Open Lecture Series „Research on Well-Being”. In this format, recognized scholars, scientists and lecturers of the EUniWell partner universities give lectures on various topics related to the concept of well-being. You can find the respective topics and titles of the lectures in the current program. The lectures usually take place bi-weekly on Thursdays. Registration is not necessary and participation is open to everyone. To the program including participation links


Contact person

Leonie Tillmanns
Mobility management EUniWell
Dep. 93 – International Mobility & Vice Rectorate for Teaching and Studies 
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EUniWell-Team and project lead in Cologne