Nemzetközi kapcsolataink

 

EUCA

The European University College Association (EucA) is an international network with the primary goal of creating a platform for the University Colleges in Europe. They promote cultural and academic exchanges between European students and encourage active citizenship among young people. It carries forward throughout Europe and beyond in order to promote the excellence of the complementary education focused on soft skills acquisition of University Colleges. It was founded in 2008 by four countries’ biggest University Colleges (Italy, Spain, Poland and Great Britain). Gian Luca Giovanucci, president of EucA is now leader of the association with 12 countries’ more than 100 University Colleges as members.

In our college members there had always been an eager to find similar institutions to ours in Europe. EucA and its network had been the first and only organization Rajk members found University Colleges with similar institutional bodies. In 2011, the College’s General Assembly voted yes on joining EucA and in May, 2012 EucA accepted Rajk Laszlo College of Advanced Studies officially as a member, being the first Hungarian college to join. For the outstanding activity of the college members and for the singularity of the college model among the other European colleges Rajk was chosen to join the Board in 2014.

 

Cambridge Summer School 2015
Three of our college members had the chance to join the Cambridge Summer School between 1-16th of September, 2015. This two-week long project aimed at deepening students’ knowledge and understanding about the EU by learning about its contemporary issues from a broad aspect of studies (political, economical, social, philosophical and juristic aspects). On the other hand the had the chance of improving their level of soft skills during various extra activities organized for them.
You can read the diary of the two weeks here and you can find the photo gallery of the event here .

This project was realized with the support of the Erasmus Program of the European Union and organized, in part, by NEA.