UW academic teachers can once again submit proposals for courses, in an online or hybrid mode, to the 4EU+ shared courses initiative. The courses will begin in the winter semester of the 2024/2025 academic year. They will be made available to students and doctoral candidates from 4EU+ Alliance member universities. The call is open until 2nd September.

The 4EU+ shared courses initiative is an important element of the 4EU+ education collaboration launched in the 2020/2021 academic year.


To date, UW faculties have made more than 280 shared courses available to participants from other 4EU+ universities, with more than 370 students enrolled.


Proposals for shared courses must be submitted by 2nd September 2024, using the table provided in the Google Sheet >>

The most important information on the courses that will be made available to 4EU+ students and doctoral candidates:
  • Courses must be conducted in an online or hybrid mode in order to allow students from other 4EU+ member universities to participate in and complete the course (including taking the final assessment) on a fully remote basis;
  • Only courses from the current offer for UW students will be accepted (they shall be open for enrolment in the winter semester for UW students either way); Proposals for opening new courses initiated and co-developed in the framework of 4EU+ cooperation will not be accepted;
  • Courses should be taught using innovative methods and techniques (examples of good practices and recommendations can be found under this link >> and here >> ;
  • Courses should support the development of competences recognised by the 4EU+ Alliance as key in European education: multilingualism, digital literacy, societal engagement, critical thinking and entrepreneurship;
  • Courses taught in all languages can be accepted. Classes taught in languages other than English or the official languages of the 4EU+ Alliance universities can also be submitted. Language courses (PL: lektoraty) cannot be provided as part of the initiative unless the unit offering the course agrees to accept 4EU+ university students free of charge.

More information on shared courses initiative can be found in the attached document >>