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Apply for seed funding to create collaborative activities with students from other Unite! universities

The Unite! Seed Fund is intended for promoting collaboration and exchange in student activities within the Unite! universities. Apply by 15 December, 2023.
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Unite! University alliance invites students and student associations to send proposals of collaborative projects for seed funding. The funding is open to all subjects and extracurricular topics. The objective is to activate Unite! students to jointly pursue new activities, e.g., joint projects, exhibitions, events, excursions, competitions, hackathons, in areas such as innovation, sports, career, language, education, communication, outreach or any other promising idea.

For student activities there must be students from at least two Unite! universities. The nine European Unite! universities include Aalto, KTH (Sweden), Grenoble INP-UGA (France), PoliTO (Italy), TU Darmstad (Germany), TU Graz (Austria), UPC (Spain), ULisboa (Portugal) and Wroclaw Tech (Poland). 

Who can apply?

  • Under- and Postgraduate students (including PhD Students) 
  • Student organisations/associations 
  • Units and service centres of Unite! universities (such as sports unions, language centres etc.) 

The maximum amount of funding for an accepted proposal is 20 000 Euros. The deadline for applications is 15 December, 2023.

How to apply?

Read more and download the funding guidelines and application forms from Unite!'s website

Unite’s student representatives at Aalto are happy to help you find students at other Unite! universities with whom to make the proposal. 

Contacts

For questions about the seed fund process: 

[email protected]  

For reaching out to students at other Unite! universities

[email protected]  
[email protected]  

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