UNICA - Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe was founded in 1990. It is currently made up of 46 universities from 35 capital cities of Europe, combining over 150,000 university staff and 1.800,000 students. The activities of the Network are guided by the principles expressed in its Mission & Vision.
UNICA provides a forum for its Members to reflect on the latest developments and demands of strategic change in university research, education and administration. To achieve its aims, UNICA carries out member-driven activities, the content, format, and frequency of which depend substantially on UNICA Member Universities’ engagement and interest.
UNICA is also active in the field of European projects, both as coordinator and partner.
The main bodies of the Network are the General Assembly and the Steering Committee. The current President of the UNICA Network is Prof. Luciano Saso, Vice-Rector of European University Networks (Sapienza University of Rome).
UNICA General Secretariat is based in Brussels, Belgium.
UNICA in a nutshell:
Take a look at the UNICA leaflet (new!)
(last update: 14 February 2017)
On the occasion of its 25th birthday, UNICA released an anniversary video which, through a series of animations and short interviews, shows the Network's 25-year journey from the very beginning to present-day. You can watch the UNICA anniversary video here.