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Unite! Virtual Fair for Students

Are you interested in increasing your international network? Would you like to study at other European universities as well and take part in the local cultures? Or would you like to work out solutions to grand societal challenges together with other students around Europe? Visit the Unite! Virtual Fair for students.

Time: Wed 2021-11-03 12.00 - 15.00

Location: Online via Spatial Chat

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Unite! is an alliance between seven European universities, including KTH, giving you many opportunities to increase your international experience and further develop your international competence within the framework of your studies.

At the Unite! Virtual Fair for Students on 3 November, you can botanise in the wide range of international study and collaboration opportunities offered through Unite!. You will also meet students and staff from the seven universities and the student representatives for Unite!.

The fair takes place in an interactive platform, Spatial Chat, where you move from room to room like at a regular fair. Visit exhibitors, play games and meet fellow students in the coffee shop.

You can visit the fair at any time you like between 12:00 and 15:00.

Register no later than 1 November. A link to Spatial Chat will be sent to registered participants on 2 November.

Register for Unite! Virtual Fair for Students here.

About Unite!

The fair is aimed at students at the seven Unite! Universities:

  • Aalto University (Finland)
  • Grenoble INP-UGA (France)
  • KTH (Sweden)
  • Politecnico di Torino (Italy)
  • Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)
  • Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain)
  • Universidade de Lisboa (Portugal).

Unite! offers:

  • Joint training programs
  • Project courses, spring and summer schools
  • Hackathons and competitions
  • Virtual courses in architecture and energy
  • Language and culture courses
  • Mentorship, internships and other career support

Learn more about Unite! on the website: