First steps into the European Student Card 4 September 2020

The University of Split, our partner, and leader of the tasks involving the linking of training and research with an international dimension, presented a workshop on digitalisation for all the members of the alliance.

UNIST ViceRector of Education, Goran Kardum, presented the workshop and Fraçois Pradal, responsible of the ESC Project, attended to share facts and data, very useful for the alliance to take the first steps into the process of implementing the European Student Card.

At the moment, 193 Higher Education Institutions from 19 countries are involved in the project, and some of the benefits of implementing this tool are: digital payment/access to services, sharing student curricula or getting discounts around Europe facilitating mobility.

The European University of the Seas gives priority to this challenge towards a more connected future for our students.