Associated Partners

Associated Partners are regional and local authorities, businesses, and citizens who participate and contribute to both the Ulysseus long-term mission and to our regional development and to shape the future of the European Higher Education. They are involved in the co-creation and design thinking processes, in the plans and structures and in the programs of activities of Ulysseus.

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ERASMUS Münster e.V. is an independent non-profit organisation whose purpose is to support foreign students who come to Münster for one or two semesters as part of an exchange programme. Our aim is to promote the intercultural environment in Münster and organise a wide range of social, cultural and sport events.

Erasmus Student Network Slovakia (ESN Slovakia) is a non-profit student organisation. Our mission is to represent international students, thus provide opportunities for cultural understanding and self-development under the principle of Students Helping Students. Every year, 10 ESN sections from Bratislava to Košice take care of almost 2,000 Erasmus students. ESN SK represents international students and organize trips, cultural and social activities and events for them.

We federate all the student associations of the Alpes-Maritimes (42 associations) in order to set up different projects on the territory. We have two main fields of action: solidarity and events.

In the first area, we currently have two social and solidarity grocery stores for students, allowing them to do their shopping at 85% off the market price. We also have a solidarity restaurant open two evenings a week, allowing students to come and eat a starter, a main course and a dessert for free, just like in a real restaurant.

On the event side, we have three big events during the year. The first is the Student Welcome Day, which takes place in September and brings together all the new students in an inter-campus challenge followed by a concert in the evening.

Then we have the FACE’PARADE in February which is an event in partnership with the Nice carnival and which is basically the student carnival.

And finally in February we have the FACE’TIVAL which celebrates the return of spring and warmth. This event brings together the whole university community, students and staff, in an afternoon centered around culture and which also ends with a concert. All of these events are free of charge and in partnership with all the local authorities (University, City, Crous, Department).

In addition to these main lines, we also do a lot of prevention actions, we negotiate partnerships for students and as the first youth organization of the department, we have a majority in all the university councils, which allows us to effectively defend their rights.

Student Union Helga is a public corporation defined in the Universities of Applied Sciences Act. It consists of the students of Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences.


Helga’s purpose is to act as the bond for its students, promote their societal, social, intellectual and study-related interests, and their status as a part of the society. The Student Union also prepares students for an active, informed and critical citizenship

SAMOK represents university of applied sciences students in Finland. Our main focus is to advocate for UAS students‘ rights both in Finland and in Europe.

Weitblick is a student initiative that campaigns for fair educational opportunities worldwide. We were founded in Münster in 2008 and have since been active in several German cities. Our commitment is voluntary and is guided by the principles of transparency, reliability, sustainability and diversity. We are structured in project groups and our work focuses on equitable access to education worldwide. We also want to facilitate exchange and intercultural learning across borders.