The EU-Week is an annual event which takes place every year in April and May.
The European Union Week 2024 will take place from April 22nd - May 3rd, 2024 in a hybrid format (in-person and online). Its goal is, as in earlier years, to celebrate the European Union and to inform our students and the wider public about it.
This year, we are glad to welcome Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Estonian Business School, Vlerick Business School and the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
as new partners.
We are happy to announce the already fixed program items, which you can find in the section below. More events and details will be coming soon.
2:00 - 3:30 PM
Event with Claudia Colla, Head of the European Commission's Regional Office in Milan, about the upcoming European elections, organised by POLIMI Graduate School of Management.
The European Union Week 2023 took place from May 8 - May 12, 2023 in a hybrid format (in-person and online). As in earlier years, its goal was to celebrate the European Union and to inform our students and the wider public about it.
The European Union Week 2022 took place from May 9-12, 2022 in a hybrid format (in-person and online) and was organized by the TUM School of Management, together with the TUM Speakers Series, HEC Paris, HEC Débats and our new partner Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego (Kozminski University). At the kick-off event of the EU-Week Mariya Gabriel, EU Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, presented the priorities of the forthcoming European Innovation Agenda and the new European higher education strategy during a visit to TUM. The Commissioner emphasized the role of talents and deep-tech startups for the future of Europe. Please find the video of the whole speech below.
As part of the European Union Week 2021, the TUM School of Management, in cooperation with the HEC Paris and the student associations TUM Speakers Series and HEC Débats, organized a three-day conference, which took place for the very first time in an online format from May 10 – 12, 2021. Each of the conference days addressed a major topic of contemporary relevance for the European continent and aimed to inform students all over Europe about the state of the European Union, ultimately providing a perspective about the EU’s present and future.
We believe that grasping the unique historical dimensions of the EU is essential in order to secure our shared future. At the heart of the events lies our commitment to the continuation of a single, united Europe.