University of Twente

Mobility and Exchange

Some of the ECIU University challenges or micro-modules may take place at one of the partner institutions and may require travel and short stays abroad.

Please see the description of the challenges or the micro-module for more information on mobility in your learning offer in the ECIU Challenge Platform.

Participants may also decide during a challenge to travel for meetings and co-creation activities with team-members abroad. 

For more information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us at

Exchange semester at an ECIU partner institution

Contact the International Relations Office at your home institution to check out possibilities for semester exchange within the ECIU network. Learn more about the thematic exchange programmes in ECIU in the fields of Engineering, Teacher Education and Communication (Mobility Minors), and explore the possibilities for participating in a Summer School within the ECIU network via the links below.


Are you looking for an inspiring way to spend your summer? The ECIU Summer Schools offer you a number of high-quality courses to choose from.
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Minor Programmes

The ECIU Minor programme allow groups or individual learners to spend a semester at a likeminded ECIU partner university. Learners can choose their host university themselves, as each of the partners offers different courses and specialisations completely in English. The ECIU Minor programme is a fixed set of preapproved courses of 30 ECTS. They fit into the curriculum set of courses at the home institution. Credits will be fully recognised.
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Funding opportunities for mobility within ECIU

 Your participation in ECIU activities or your exchange within the ECIU network could be eligible for financial support, from Erasmus+ or from ECIU. 

Please contact your home university or for more information and guidance on how to finance your participation in ECIU activities.


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Health and welfare services

General Information

When participating in an ECIU University activity or when going on exchange to one of the ECIU institutions, please check with the host university for available health and welfare services. The type of services available depend on the activity you are engaged in. Please contact the host university or for more information.


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Please see the International Student Handbook for overall information for incoming international students (including PhD) at UT:  

Health and welfare services for students:  

Health and welfare services for staff:


General Information

Explore your ECIU destination and how to get there!
Find your host university in the table below and check the available information.

Please contact or the host university for additional support.


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General Information

When participating in an ECIU University challenge or micro module which takes place at one of the partner institutions, or when preparing an exchange semester within the ECIU alliance, the host institution will help you to find suitable accommodation.  

See information on accommodation at all ECIU institutions in the table below, and please contact your host university or for any questions related to accommodation.


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Student Engagement and Student Life

Since 2021, ECIU University encourages their learners to engage in extra-curricular activities alongside the challenges. These activities aim at creating an important learners’ community where everyone can share their experiences to others and reflect with fellow ECIU learners on the project. In ECIU University, the student engagement can be materialized in several bodies and events that are at the disposal of the interested students.


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The Student Agora

The Student Agora is the main student-centred event of ECIU University. The aim of the Student Agora is to gather all the learners of ECIU University in an event where they can meet and discuss with the other parts of the ECIU ecosystem: University Staff, Public and Private Partners and also ECIU Alumni. The discussions of the Student Agora will be chosen with both the learners and the university staff, following the needs of each.

The Student Agora also aims to disseminate the specificities of ECIU University, it is not only a discussion event but also a place where learners can discover and learn about all the activities of ECIU with experts coming to present and answer all your questions.

If you want to know more about the discussions of the last Student Agora, check out this link. Or contact Benjamin BETON, Student Engagement Manager:

The Students’ Representatives Meetings

ECIU University is also working closely with some of the students’ representatives of its member universities. The objectives of those meetings is to bring all the representatives together in order to share the best practices in terms of engagement from each university and to work to create a common student vision of ECIU University.

The representatives will carry this vision out to the other students during the Agoras as well as the project management team with the objective to advise on the opinions of the students regarding the evolution of the ECIU activities and their adaptability to the student community.

If you want to know more about the discussions of the last Student Agora: contact Benjamin BETON, Student Engagement Manager:

Continuous Learners

General Information

Are you a continuous learner interested in participating in ECIU University activities? Learn more on how to participate here. Consult our ECIU University contact points for professional learners at the partner institutions:


University of Twente

Frank van den Berg

Tel.: + 31 53 4893739‍

Contact and Support

General Information

For any questions related to your learner experience in ECIU University, please contact us at Please also see ECIU University info and contact points at each of the partner institutions: