It’s About People 2023 was one of the year’s most significant international scholarly events in Europe. Under the theme Social and Technological Development in Service of Security and Dignity, it hosted leading scholars and thought leaders, including Vice President of the European Commission Mariya Gabriel, the European Academy of Sciences and Arts’ President and Honorary President Klaus Mainzer and Felix Unger, and representatives of national academies. World-renowned economist Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University gave the keynote lecture. Several professors from Harvard, Oxford and Yale shared their thoughts with the participants. The President of Slovenia Nataša Pirc Musar opened the event as its honourary partron.
Alma Mater Europaea is an international university initiated by the European Academy of Sciences and Arts in Salzburg, Austria. The Academy unites about 2,000 top scientists, including 34 Nobel Prize winners. Over 2,000 students from 30+ countries study at Alma Mater’s doctoral, master, and bachelor programs in humanities, project management, artificial intelligence, sustainable development, business, strategic communication, social gerontology, physical therapy, and nursing.
The largest Alma Mater campus is in Maribor and hosts over a thousand students from over twenty different countries, enabling them to be part of a unique environment.
Alma Mater Europaea provides students with an array of academic and culturally diverse experiences, which ensure the growth of opportunities for each individual. Along with intellectual growth, we enable the development of professional skills needed for success in today’s competitive world.
Recently, AMEU has fostered strong education development in business and technology programs, particularly about creative leadership, projects, and applied artificial intelligence. These programs enhance the competencies required to address the most complex challenges, thus creating simultaneous advantages for students and employers.
The 12th Alma Mater Europaea conference will take place online, with an on-site plenary session in Maribor, Slovenia.
Links for each section of the International Scholarly Conference will be published on the conference website, where all participants will be able to follow the conference’s live stream.
There is no registration fee for participation.
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