Launch of EUNICE course programme

The online courses offered range from international relations to global health governance to Cyber Security. Interested students can apply now. The first modules will start as early as the end of January.

The new year marks the start of the course programme of EUNICE, the European University for Customised Education. Students of BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg can find out about the complete programme on the EUNICE website and apply for their favourite courses via the online form. The modules are offered by the partner universities in Spain, Belgium, Poland, France, Finland and Italy.

In the winter semester of 2021/22, student Melani Dzhanaralieva from the University of Mons took part in an EUNICE course at the BTU. She has not regretted her decision to combine classroom teaching in Belgium and an online course at the BTU in Germany. On the contrary: "EUNICE gives us students the opportunity to study at several universities. This enriches our view of Europe - and of Europe's diversity. Until recently, I didn't know about EUNICE. Now I am happy to be a part of it."

Have we aroused your interest? Then it's worth taking a look at the course programme!

The following courses are available:


If you would like to take one or more of the modules offered, you must be enrolled at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg and have a level B2 knowledge of English.

Background EUNICE

The BTU forms the alliance EUNICE (European UNIversity for Customised Education) with the University of Cantabria, the University of Catania, the University of Mons, the Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France, the University of Vaasa and the Poznań University of Technology. All universities are medium-sized and strongly anchored locally, they are in a process of structural change and students are the focus of attention everywhere.

EUNICE aims to solve social and economic problems - both globally and locally. With a clear vision for the future, the alliance strives to achieve multiple goals: In addition to customised and flexible education, the shaping of a European identity and close cooperation with the regional economy are of great importance to the consortium. Thanks to the transnational university contacts, the often very regionally oriented economy can be internationalised and thus become more competitive. In addition, by intensifying the cooperation within the alliance, students, scientists and employees have the opportunity to network more closely with each other and to make better use of the joint offers, infrastructure and expertise from all areas.


Maria Helena Schmiemann
VP L 4 Büro für Internationale Studiengänge
T +49 (0) 355 69-4880

Janina Biell
Stabsstelle Kommunikation und Marketing
T +49 (0) 355 69-2609