In the summer of 2020, YUFE opened a call for an Introduction Offer, which is a preview of what YUFE can offer to students. As part of the pilot offer, 100 students participate in up to two online academic courses and one language course. Students enrolled in the second or higher year who speak English with proficiency could choose from over 80 courses in winter semester, including 9 courses offered by Nicolaus Copernicus University.
The YUFE Diploma Supplement Track is an opportunity to earn at least 12 ECTS credits for academic courses at another YUFE university (through physical or mixed virtual mobility), along with participation in the YUFE Academy and Induction Courses and activities leading to the earning of YUFE Stars (YUFE Stars) within a maximum of 2 years.
The YUFE Star system consists of 4 stars: Mobility Star, Language Star, Professional Star and Civic Star to encourage investment in personal and professional development based on the opportunities arising from the international nature of the project.
YUFE Academy is a series of open lectures, held online at all YUFE universities. This year, each of the universities presented two lectures on European identity and responsibilities in a global world.
At Nicolaus Copernicus University lectures were given by prof. Justyna Maliszewska-Nienartowicz and dr. Michał Piechowicz from the Faculty of Political and Safety Sciences (Promoting European Union Values in International Relations) and prof. Maciej Serowaniec from the Faculty of Law and Administration (Parliamentary Democracy in Europe).