Eurocampus is an intensive and international study period on intercultural communication of one semester organised jointly by ten European Universities, members of the EMICC-network (European Master in Intercultural Communication):
- Universität Bayreuth - Bayreuth, Germany;
- Anglia Ruskin University - Cambridge, Great Britain;
- University of Jyväskylä - Jyväskylä, Finland;
- Universidade Aberta - Lisbon&Coimbra, Portugal;
- Università della Svizzera italiana - Lugano, Switzerland;
- Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales (INALCO) - Paris, France;
- Tallin University - Tallin, Estonia;
- University of Tartu - Tartu, Estonia;
- University of Utrecht - Utrecht, The Netherlands;
- Adam Mickiewicz University - Poznan, Poland.
In the Eurocampus programme, students from the partner universities attend classes and study together under the supervision of professors from the ten EMICC universities.
The first Eurocampus was organised in the autumn of 2002 and held in Jyväskylä, Finland. In 2003, the Eurocampus programme moved to Bayreuth, Germany, then to Brussels, Belgium (2004), to Cambridge, UK (2005) and finally to Lisbon, Portugal (2006). Eurocampus 2007 and 2009 took place at USI. The 2013 edition will be hosted by the University of Jyväskylä, in Finland.
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