Wherever you want to go, you can get there with UNIC. At the European University of Post-Industrial Cities, you can customize your educational journey to suit your needs. We offer educational programs for all types of students. You can study abroad or take part in a virtual mobility. Your journey begins with UNIC, so let’s get started.
Joint Degree Programs
The UNIC Alliance is currently developing new educational programs for undergraduate, master’s and PhD students. Our joint education programs focus on contributing to the urban resilience of postindustrial cities and creating societal impact by developing a core methodology for university-wide education and research and by bringing the challenges of post-industrial cities to our learning pedagogies through a challenge-based learning methodology.
By 2023, our flagship Master programs on Redesigning the Post-Industrial City and Designing a Superdiverse Classroom will be open for enrollment.
The UNIC universities offer online language modules and informational material that provide an introduction to each university, city, and official university languages. These modules ensure that students have a deep understanding of intercultural communication and a sense of belonging, no matter where they come from and where they are currently studying.
By 2022, our language modules will be open for enrollment.
Unic Courses academic year 2021-2022
We enable a customized learning experience for all of our students. Are you already enrolled at one of the UNIC institutions and looking for electives? Visit our multidisciplinary course catalogue to see our academic offerings. The catalogue is updated annually and courses may be offered virtually or on-site.
Do you prefer to learn more about our the degrees offered by our UNIC universities? Check out your options by visiting the websites of each university below!
Founded in 1993, Koç University has quickly become one of the most prestigious universities in Turkey with over 9062 students.
Often cited as one of the best universities in Ireland, the majestic campus of the University College Cork is home to 21,000 students.
Named after Dutch humanist Desiderius Erasmus, this university is ranked among the top business schools in Europe.
The oldest private university in Spain, Deusto hosts two campuses in Bilbao and San Sebastián and two other educational sites located in Madrid and Vitoria.
The second-largest university in Wallonia, situated on the river Meuse, traces its roots back to the medieval prince-bishops of Liège.
RUB was the first university established in the industrial Ruhr-Area in 1965 with the purpose to give cultural, social and scientific impulses for the region and, especially, to educate non-traditional students.
One of the northernmost universities in Europe, the University of Oulu is home to 13,000 students and many specialized research units.
The Croatian capital is home to the largest university in the country and the longest-running in all of Southeastern Europe.