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Within the European campus, studies and teaching takes place across the borders between universities and countries. Students can set up a trinational schedule and take courses at each of the five member universities of Eucor – The European Campus. Multilingualism and interculturality are also promoted. In this context, two forms of mobility are to be identified: on the one hand, integrated mobility, and on the other, free mobility. The latter offers students the opportunity to take a single course as well as studying for a semester at another member university – without registration fees but with validation of the acquired ECTS credits. The universities also support this process by a subsidy for transportation costs.

Fundamentally, students from Eucor – The European Campus, benefit from the same rights of use for services in the five member universities as in their home university (online services, canteens, student residences, reduced rates for public transport, reimbursements for travel expenses, mobility grants, library loans, etc.).