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YUFE Virtual Campus

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Anna Jaszczuk

YUFE launches Virtual Campus enabling students to study at 10 European universities online.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced our traditional everyday education and facilitated the creation of mini virtual campi in almost every country, the YUFE Alliance has actively been working on developing the very first version of the YUFE Virtual Campus, a first building block of a unique and interactive virtual environment that contains information for all YUFE community members. It functions as the interactive red thread of our Alliance, bringing together all YUFE activities in a personalised digital environment, thus pursuing its goal of promoting accessible international education, mobility, multilingualism, and university-citizens communities solving European challenges. 

The YUFE Virtual Campus, officially launching on Monday 23 November 2020, will be the 'home' of the YUFE Student Portal, which will enable students from different European countries and of different backgrounds to enroll in courses from other YUFE universities. The Student Portal will provide students all the necessary information about the application process. YUFE Student Portal is only the first of several portals that will address other stakeholder groups and areas of activity of YUFE.

The YUFE Virtual Campus will allow the students (and shortly teaching and non-teaching staff as well as citizens) to 'travel around Europe' and visit 10 universities in 10 different European countries, and do all they can to continue benefitting from and contribute to building our European University.

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