European University of Technology

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Our mission

As a University of Technology, our mission is first and foremost to serve society. Europe requires top-quality education for diverse groups, where talents translate into ability to act and react, experiment and invent, anticipate and transform. We empower our students to become technologically literate professionals and active European citizens. We ensure that they are well-qualified to enjoying rewarding careers playing a fruitful role in society, aware of the broader implications of technological development and of their responsibility towards global challenges. Everybody, regardless of background, should be able to study and succeed in our university.

European research must be driven by the diverse needs of our regions, aware of the global challenges of our times and capable of having a true impact on people’s lives. We create knowledge connected with the economic, scientific, and political priorities of our respective regions, and in synergy with one another. The major transitions underway and the associated sociotechnical challenges require fresh thinking and new, ground breaking insights from the transversal research that we are striving to develop.

Europe calls for universities deeply integrated in the socio-economic fabric of our continent. By working in close connection with public and private, local and multinational institutions and companies, we share our knowledge and know-how to generate value, products and services for everybody. We are a European university, locally anchored in each of our regions and globally connected. Our socio-cultural, linguistic, scientific, environmental, economic and territorial diversity, increases the effect of our concrete, bottom-up approach to support our regions, countries, and Europe.

We are proud to make a difference that is direct, measurable and impactful .

News & Events
  • 2021 IEEE 17th International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processing
    October 28, 2021
    Call for papers until June 30, 2021. The 2021 IEEE 17th International Conference on Intelligent Computer Communication and Processing, will be held on October 28 - 30, 2021 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
  • First Workshop of the EUt+ Sustainability Lab
    June 14, 2021
    Call for abstract open as of 17th May. The first Workshop of the EUt+ Sustainability Lab will be held online on 14. - 15. June 2021.
  • TUDublin Polytechnic Summit
    June 2, 2021
    Abstracts may be submitted up until Friday 22nd January 2021. Each year the Polytechnic Summit assembles leaders, influencers and contributors who shape the future of polytechnic education. The Polytechnic Summit provides a forum to enable opportunities for collaboration and partnerships and for participants to focus on innovation in curriculum and pedagogy, to share best practices in active and applied learning, and discuss practice-based research to enhance student learning.