ENGAGE.EU Shared Modules
Take part in a Shared Module, organized by WU's partners in the ENGAGE.EU alliance.
You will be part of a virtual and international classroom. Benefit from international learning opportunities and exchange ideas with students from different countries!
Depending on their study cycle, students can apply for four modules on bachelor's level and six modules on master's level. Students can complete max. 2 modules in the same academic year.
A module consists of 2-4 courses and is worth 14-18 ECTS credits.
Modules offered and application process
For details on the offered modules , the application process, and additional information, please refer to the dedicated section on the ENGAGE.eu website. Students apply online at the respective partner university. The common application period for winter semester 2022/23 lasts from June 1 - July 1, 2022 (midnight). Successful applicants will be informed by July 25, 2022.The next application will be in June 2023. Nevertheless, courses of the modules are offered also as single online courses, so please check out the ENGAGE course catalog.
Bachelor’s level courses: enrollment in a bachelor’s program at a partner university in the winter semester 2022; Ideally, you have completed one year of full time studies which amounts to 60 ECTS Credits.
Master’s level courses: enrollment in a master’s program at a partner university in the winter semester 2022.
Please note: in addition to these general admission requirements, single courses may also rely on specific prerequisites such as previous knowledge in the field etc.
Shared Modules offered in Winter Semester 2022/23
On bachelor's level:
Science for Future: Cultural Studies, Ethnic Inequalities & Sustainable Development (Mannheim)
The Futures of Europe (Tilburg)*
Marketing in the Age of Sustainability (UNWE)
On master's level:
Just Transition to a Sustainable Society (Tilburg)*
Data in Modern Era (Toulouse)
"Smart Cities", interdisciplinary point of view (Toulouse)
Broadening Governance Horizons – Cultural Studies Foundations, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Perspectives for Management and Governance (Mannheim)*
Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Business Model Innovation (NHH)
Sustainable Strategic Management (LUISS)
* Please note that some courses offered in these modules might require you to travel to the host university to take the final exam in person.
At the end of your virtual exchange, you will receive an official transcript of records which you will need for the credit transfer process at WU. If you complete an entire module, you will also receive an ENGAGE-issued confirmation ('Supplement'). If you wish to transfer the credits you receive, please note that you need to pass the courses with a grade.
Credit transfer on bachelor's level
On bachelor's level, individual courses from any Shared Module can be transfered as
Free electives (freie Wahlfächer, BaWiSo) / Free electives (BBE)
International courses (BaWiSo 12) or international elective (BaWiSo 19) if the course is awarded at least 4 ECTS credits
From the module "Marketing in the Age of Sustainability" (offered by UNWE):
the course "Consumer Behavior" can be transfered as CFM Marketing PI, SBWL Marketing Kurs IV, SBWL Handel & Marketing Kurs V
the course "International Marketing" can be transfered as CFM Marketing PI, SBWL Marketing Kurs IV, SBWL International Business Kurs IV, SBWL Marketing and Consumer Research Kurs V, SBWL Handel & Marketing Kurs V
the course „Business Innovations and Investments" as CFM elective
Frome the module "Science for Future: Cultural Studies, Ethnic Inequalities & Sustainable Development" (offered by UMA):
the course "Ethnic Inequality: Comparative Approach" can be transfered as ZuWi II
Credit transfer on master's level
On master's level, the entire Shared Module "Sustainability, Entrepreneurship and Business Model Innovation" (offered by NHH) can be transfered as "Management Course Abroad" and "Nachhaltige Entwicklung" for the WU Master in Management. Please note that you need to complete both courses of this module successfully in order to transfer all credits.
For all other credit transfer issues on bachelor’s and master’s level, please contact our colleagues at the Study Service Center through email@example.com and include the required forms depending on your study plan.
For further questions, please contact our ENGAGE.eu team (firstname.lastname@example.org, +43-1-31336-4390)
Last update: May 17, 2022. We reserve the right to make changes.