Every year, the One Europe alliance launches an ambitious challenge to its students: to help solve one of the social, economic, scientific and cultural challenges of our time.
This is done by forming international teams of young people from different universities and launching the Una Challenge programme, a voluntary and open experience of learning, collaboration and creativity that is unique and unforgettable, judging by what participants from previous editions have said.
In 2022 Una Challenge focuses, under the leadership of the University of Helsinki, on an issue that certainly makes headlines and is at the forefront of the contemporary social agenda: diversity.This year students will work together on developing proposals and prototypes. In the process, they will access interesting sessions and learn how to use innovative tools and techniques for creative problem solving, project management and communication。
The Together Challenge will run from 5 April to 19 May. UCM’s participation in it is promoted and coordinated by Professor Mercedes García. UCM students can ask any questions or simply contact this initiative by writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register, submit your application here：https://elomake.helsinki.fi/lomakkeet/116586/lomake.html. Deadline: 20 March.
Requirements: be a student (Bachelor, Master or PhD) at a One Europe member university, have a good level of English and be motivated by the topic.
What does participation involve? You will attend an intensive weekend workshop and two weekly working meetings during the month. At the end of the process you and your team will present the results of your work in an online event open to the public. You will receive a certificate for your participation。