One of the main objectives of EU‐CONEXUS is to create it’s campus identity. Implemented activities aim to develop the sense of affiliation to EU-CONEXUS among students and the staff of partner institutions, as well as to develop the perception of EU-CONEXUS as a promoter of European identity and culture in local, national and international communities.
Student Board is acting as the highest students representative body of the alliance. Student board members provide suggestions for a student related topics. Goal is to improve the connections among the students of EU-CONEXUS partner institutions
Sport is one of the best ways to come together and develop a sense of affiliation. To promote EU‐CONEXUS and contribute to its international reputation, a Sport Committee will organise EU-CONEXUS Sport activities and EU-CONEXUS sport teams.
Due to the ongoing pandemic all sport activities go digital.
Because of the COVID19 crisis, the first sport challenge has been held only in Zadar students have ran a race on behalf of EU-CONEXUS partners.
The promotion of European culture and languages (including, culture, gastronomy and all other aspects of life) is one of the main objective of EU-CONEXUS. Due to the ongoing pandemic all cultural activities go digital.
The first cultural video is about greetings in the 6 partner universities of EU-CONEXUS: discover how to say hello in the 6 languages and the similarities and differences in the ways people greets each other verbally.
Buddy system is important part of student life. In near future, the buddy system will help students in mobility but also offer services like language tandems or distance buddy tutors to students in virtual mobility or to students that are not yet in mobility.
An EU-CONEXUS alumni network will be implemented to improve the visibility of EU‐CONEXUS and its connections with the industry and society.
The summer and winter schools will be a good opportunity to offer mobility actions to the students of partner institutions that may not be directly involved in joint study programs as well to those who could not participate to student mobility during the academic year and to the students of other European or international universities.
The summer/winter school programs allow for a major staff mobility and better integration of partner institutions. It is an important opportunity to improve the relations with the local community.
The summer/winter schools will be organised on all aspects of the smart urban coastal area topics and include the presentation of the cultures, traditions and languages of the local community and the partner institutions’ countries and Europe in general.