9 - 13 of october 2013
After the devastating impact of World War II, Europe again found itself in ruins facing its long and violent history of conflict and war. Today the 28 member states of the European Union live side by side in a state of constant cooperation.
It not only created an extensive domestic market with over 500 million inhabitants, but also embedded the principles of democracy, equality, rule of law, and respect for human rights in its Charter. Despite this story of success, the European community cannot ignore that a multitude of acute, chronic, economic, and political challenges stand in its way.
An international network of alumni could give momentum to finding a solution to these challenges by offering their knowledge and experience. Next to the strengthening and renewal of valuable social contacts, developing long-term exchange programs between the University and the international alumni will be one of the main goals.
The core Alumni group participating the European Days at the University consist of the following Alumni - some arrive with their partners at their former University: