The YUFE vision
We’re working towards building a young, student-centred, non-elitist, open and inclusive European University. One of its key components will be the physical, blended, and virtual mobility of students and staff.
Studying throughout Europe
The YUFE European University enables students to choose from programmes offered at each of the ten YUFE universities. The official language of YUFE study programmes is English, but some courses are offered in local languages. Students who spend a period at a university in another country are encouraged and supported to learn the language of their host country. There are also opportunities to take part in remote activities to learn and practice another language.
YUFE recognises and rewards each activity students participate in by awarding certificates and Stars upon completion, acknowledging academic performance and effort in mobility, language learning, professional training, and community volunteering.
Regional focus and impact
The YUFE programme pays attention to the specific regions in which the YUFE universities are located. With internships, for example, every university works with local authorities, the business community, and other organisations. These collaborations are based on challenges that are of great importance to the YUFE regions.