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EUROWEEK is an annual international student conference whose overall purpose is to add value to current studies by exposing students to an international work and research environment in order to enhance their international employment opportunities. Among PRIME Networking members the Euroweek concept during 20 years of development continues to stimulate practical exposure to current development in such fields as Business Administration, Engineering, Information Technology, Tourism, Marketing, Management. In addition to research and participation in the conference students profit from a real 'hands-on' feel for numerous important aspects of their fields of study. Students develop valuable skills in data gathering, analysis, problem-solving, and drawing conclusions as well as presenting their projects in an international (primarily European) context.

The Euroweek concept innovatively combines the educational challenge of collaborating online in intercultural, interdisciplinary teams and competing for the academic awards infront of an international audience.  From its first conference in 1995, Euroweek has been annually evaluated to insure continual improvement. What remains the same is the exhilerating opportunity for cultural learning and the pleasure experienced by all participants.

Year

PlaceHost institution

Topic

1995Antwerp, BelgiumKarel de Grote - Hogeschool AntwerpenIntercultural Communication and Commerce
1996Norwich, UKNorwich City CollegeMarketing for the next millenium
1997Bø, NorwayHogskolen i TelemarkEuropean Business
1998Brandenburg, GermanyFachhochschule BrandenburgEurope's Future is our Challenge - European Markets, Innovation, Change and Selfemployment
1999Girona, Spain
Universitat de GironaBuilding Bridges: the multicultural management dimension
2000Mikkeli, Finland
Mikkeli Polytechnic
Future challenges for European industry in international business
2001Brussels, Belgium
InduTec / University Paul-Henri SpaakE-global looks to E-volve: e-Strategies, Issues and Practical Solutions
2002Kavala, Greece
TEI Kavala
Tourism and the 4C's (Commerce-Convergence-Communication-Change)
2003Coimbra, Portugal
ISCAC Coimbra
Time for Knowledge Management
2004Kapfenberg, Austria
FH Joanneum
The Challenge of the EU enlargement
2005Katowice, Poland
University of Economics in Katowice
Innovation Management - innovare humanum est
2006Brno, Czech Republic
Brno University of Technology
Innovation Management - innovare humanum est
2007Bø, NorwayTelemark University College
Innovation Management - innovare humanum est
2008Girona, Spain
Universitat de GironaInnovation Management - innovare humanum est
2009Mikkeli, Finland
Mikkeli PolytechnicBusiness and Environement - Open for Innovation
2010Lille, France
IUT A Lille
New Perspectives on Sustainability
2011Coimbra, Portugal
Instituto Politecnico do Coimbra
Water for World
2012Groningen, the NetherlandsHanze University
Fair Trade
2013Riga, Latvia
BA School of Business
Social Media within Professional Life
2014Västeras, SwedenMälardalen UniversitySmart Cities