The European University of Well-Being – EUniWell – has come together in response to the Council of the European Union’s invitation for member states to pursue a horizontal, cross-sectoral, knowledge-based approach to advance the ‘Economy of Wellbeing’.
EUniWell unites 7 diverse universities and 102 associate partners drawn from 7 distinct regions of Europe. It presents an action-oriented response to well-being, grounded in research expertise, educational leadership and civic engagement to meet the challenge set out by the Council of the European Union and the OECD.
Using our collective research expertise, educational leadership and civic engagement, EUniWell will play a critical role in shaping research-based policy and teaching to inform decision-making, underpin skills development, and help improve citizens’ quality of life across Europe and beyond. The alliance is at the heart of Birmingham’s strategic European engagement.
The EUniWell Institutions:
- University of Birmingham, England.
- University of Cologne, Germany.
- University of Florence, Italy.
- Leiden University, Netherlands.
- Linnaeus University, Sweden.
- University of Nantes, France.
- Semmelweis University, Budapest.