InclusU: Who we are
The University of Lille, France, is a large, young and open institution located in a dynamic territory undergoing a socio-economic reconversion;
Malmö University, Sweden also located in a region experiencing industrial transition at the crossroads of Northern Europe, has developed through a long tradition of widening participation and a challenge-based approach to research and teaching;
The University of Minho, in northern Portugal has placed sustainable innovation and impacting the socio-economic environment at the heart of its mission and goals;
The European University Viadrina lies on the German-Polish border and, since its re-founding after the fall of the Berlin Wall, has been committed to creating and reinforcing bridges between Eastern and Western Europe
Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania, located in Transylvania, has a strong multicultural and multi-linguistic profile;
The University of Wroclaw is found in a city built on a rich and diverse tradition, with an intense history that has shaped its profile in terms of research, education and engagement;
Mykolas Romeris University, which was created when Lithuania regained its independence, specialises in the social sciences and promotes social innovation for change.
InclusU: the values we share
The members of InclusU share the same values and long-term vision. They have gathered to invent a new model of university, more European, more inclusive and better equipped to address the challenges of the 21st century, by developing innovative governance, learning and teaching activities, research and engagement.
"Together, we dare to stand for inclusiveness and are committed to providing high-quality education to the widest range of individuals, inside and outside the walls of our universities, and for preparing graduates to be social and economic innovators and constructive, critical citizens. We believe that there is a need to best exploit the potential of digital technologies for more innovative teaching and learning and wider access to internationalisation. We believe that a university of the 21st century is not merely a workforce development organisation, nor an isolated centre of knowledge production, but is a social and civic institution based on scientific inquiry that is woven into the fabric of its socioeconomic environment. We are united by our commitment to our local communities and to European societies, as well as by our interaction with the ever-changing global environment"