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Partnership

JoinEUsee > PENTA is an Erasmus Mundus financed partnership consisting of ten EU and ten Western Balkan partner universities as well as nine associates.

The last call for applications within JoinEUsee closed in February 2015. At this stage, no more calls are envisaged.

The last call for applications within JoinEUsee closed in February 2015. At this stage, no more calls are envisaged.
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Aarhus University, Denmark

Founded in 1928 the University has a long tradition of offering broad and internationally recognized research and education. Today Aarhus University comprises 26 departments organized across four main […]
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Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom

Located in an exciting, modern European capital city, Cardiff Metropolitan University is a global university. We are continually investing in our students’ future and provide education and training […]
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Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

Freie Universität owes its founding, in 1948, to international support, and international impulses have shaped the university’s activities and student life ever since. As an International Network University, […]
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Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic

Masaryk University is the premier university in Moravia and the second oldest university in the Czech Republic. Today Masaryk University is a research-oriented institution; it comprises nine faculties […]
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Tilburg University, The Netherlands

At Tilburg University, our mission is to inspire students and faculty members to reach their full potential, and in doing so, reap a positive impact on the society […]
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University of Antwerp, Belgium

The University of Antwerp is characterised by its high standards in education, internationally competitive research and entrepreneurial approach. It was founded in 2003 after the merger of three […]
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University of Bologna, Italy

The University of Bologna was probably the first University in the western world. Its history is one of great thinkers in science and the humanities, making it an […]
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University of Granada, Spain

The University of Granada (UGR) was founded in 1531. As a classic university with around 65,000 students, 3,700 lecturers, 2,200 administrative and support staff, the UGR offers a […]
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University of Maribor, Slovenia

Higher education in Maribor started in 1895, when the first school of theology was established by bishop Anton Martin Slomšek. The direct ancestor of the University of Maribor […]
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University of Belgrade, Serbia

The University of Belgrade is the oldest and the largest university in Serbia. The roots of the Universtity of Belgrade go back to 1808, the year when the […]
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University of Montenegro, Montenegro

The University of Montenegro is the only public university in the country, founded in 1974. It has about 21 000 students, enrolling more than two thirds of Montenegrin […]
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University of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina

The University of Mostar is the only Croatian language university in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It was founded in 1977, but its roots originate from 1895 and the Franciscan Theological School. […]
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University of Novi Sad, Serbia

The University of Novi Sad (UNS) was founded in 1960. It is the only state university in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, comprising 14 faculties and 2 research […]
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