WHO WE ARE
The European University of Post-Industrial Cities (UNIC) consists of eight universities situated in different countries throughout Europe, representing eight different post-industrial cities.
All eight partners share the UNIC identity. We were established in times of, and have contributed to post-industrial transitions, such as the closing of the Opel Fabric in Bochum, the end of the Ford car plant in Cork, cutbacks of the Nokia Industry in Oulu or the rapid digitalization of the harbour in the world port city of Rotterdam, and other important social, economic and cultural transformations. The transition from manufacturing to services also leads to a broad range of social, economic, cultural and demographic transformations. Our post-industrial cities are the hotspots of such broader transformations in the social landscape of Europe. This includes transformations in the labour market and in (youth) employment, in migratory patterns and migration-related diversities, in old and new inequalities, in the impact of new technologies, in new health changes, etc.
Founded in 1993, Koç University has quickly become one of the most prestigious universities in Turkey with over 9062 students.
Often cited as one of the best universities in Ireland, the majestic campus of the University College Cork is home to 21,000 students.
Named after Dutch humanist Desiderius Erasmus, this university is ranked among the top business schools in Europe.
The oldest private university in Spain, Deusto hosts two campuses in Bilbao and San Sebastián and two other educational sites located in Madrid and Vitoria.
La deuxième plus grande université de Wallonie, située sur la Meuse, trouve ses racines dans les princes-évêques médiévaux de Liège.
La RUB a été la première université créée dans la région industrielle de la Ruhr en 1965 dans le but de donner des impulsions culturelles, sociales et scientifiques à la région et, en particulier, de former des étudiants non traditionnels.
One of the northernmost universities in Europe, the University of Oulu is home to 13,000 students and many specialized research units.
La capitale croate abrite la plus grande université du pays et la plus ancienne de toute l'Europe du Sud-Est.