A collaborative project

The success of the project depends on the support and involvement of the entire university community. It has been developed in conjunction with the communities of the different members of the consortium through inter-institutional working groups.

The project has been presented at general assemblies and meetings with the directors of faculties, departments, and research units throughout its construction, and has been discussed and widely approved by the Boards of Directors of all the founding members of the consortium. This commitment to the project will be maintained through ongoing communication about its successes and by closely involving the different communities in its implementation.

To this end, a number of inter-institutional working groups have been formed to contribute to the various dimensions of the project, notably:

  • academic strategy;
  • university-hospital relations;
  • research valorization / economic and local dynamics;
  • teaching;
  • digital transformation;
  • entrepreneurship;
  • science and society;
  • engaging communities;
  • budget and financial reports;
  • international standing and European strategy;
  • attractiveness;
  • doctoral schools, doctoral college;
  • dissemination, open science;
  • quality and evaluation, continuous improvement.

The consortium will take other measures to encourage all staff and students to identify with the project and invest in its future, including:

  •  informing its communities and socio-economic partners about the project, its progress and potential programs and to gather feedback from academic and non-academic staff, students and socio-economic partners via the project website;
  •  setting up inter-institutional meetings and information sessions, seminars on themes of