Call for external Stakeholders to be featured in the EPIC Missions 2023/24

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Wanted: Stakeholders with real-world Challenges in European Values, Sustainable Transformation, Public Health, Future Intelligences. Call open until March 31st, 2023!

source: EPICUR

For the third round of EPIC Missions in 2023/24, we are looking for real-world challenges in European Values, Sustainable Transformation, Public Health, and Future Intelligences.

EPIC Missions are challenge-based learning opportunities in which students collaborate in international and interdisciplinary teams, both in person and online. The goal? Address real-world problems provided by real-world stakeholders with  the support of academic mission guides from across Europe.

External Stakholders

To make the learning experience in the EPIC Missions relevant and provide students with an opportunity to address actual societal issues, EPIC Missions rely on stakeholder-provided challenges from:

  • organisations in the public sector (e.g., local or regional authorities, research bodies, cultural institutions, non-governmental organisations), OR
  • organisations in the private sector (e.g., companies, start-ups, entrepreneurship initiatives)

External stakeholders can benefit significantly from participating in the EPIC Mission, as they will acquire a truly unique perspective on an issue of their choice from a highly diverse group of motivated students from various countries and disciplines. Furthermore, stakeholders will have the opportunity to highlight this collaboration in the public sphere, participate in person (or oline) at the kick-off event in Poznan (Poland) in August 2023 and seeing how an intercultural group of motivated students from a variety of disciplines approach your challenge.


Please klick the buttn below for more information or directly access our survey page. We are asking for submissions by March 31 and are offering three information sessions on March 20, 21, and 22 at 03.00 pm (CET).

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