Aarhus University was founded in 1928 and today, it is a globally oriented, academically diverse and research-intensive institution with five faculties: Arts, Aarhus BSS, Health, Technical Sciences and Natural Sciences.
University of Belgrade
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Two hundred years ago, in 1810, Wilhelm von Humboldt's vision of a new type of university became reality. The newly founded Prussian alma mater was the first to introduce the unity of research and teaching, to uphold the ideal of research without restrictions and to provide a comprehensive education for its students.
King's College London
King's College London is one of the World’s top 25 universities. Its outstanding strengths include Health (with Dentistry and Pharmacology ranked in the top five globally), the Social Sciences, Law, and the Arts and Humanities.
Founded in 1425, UCLouvain is one of Europe's oldest universities with 31 000 students, 1 in 5 being international. It is among the top 5 comprehensive French-speaking universities in the world.
University of Oslo
Founded in 1811, the University of Oslo (UiO) is Norway’s leading university and consistently ranked in the top 1% of the world’s universities. UiO has a strong focus on interdisciplinary research, particularly in the university’s strategic initiatives on life sciences, energy and the Nordic model.
Université Paris Cité
Resulting from the merger of Paris Descartes and Paris Diderot Universities and the incorporation of the Institut Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP), Université Paris Cité was officially founded on 20 March 2019. One year after earning the "Initiative of Excellence" label, Université Paris Cité is the fruit of a joint effort between its founding institutions, and is transforming higher education landscape in Paris.
University of Pisa
Founded in 1343, the University of Pisa is one of the oldest universities of Europe, deeply rooted in its territory and fully integrated into the international scientific community. Among its glories is Galileo Galilei, who was born and studied in Pisa and became professor of mathematics in 1589.
University of Vienna
The University of Vienna was founded in 1365 and is one of the oldest and largest universities in Europe: about 10,000 employees, 7,400 of whom are academic employees, work at 20 faculties and centres. Ten Nobel Prize winners have been affiliated with the University of Vienna through research or teaching.