EucA (European University College Association) is a network of University Halls of Residence (University Colleges) from 12 EU countries. These Halls are multidisciplinary living and learning communities where University students with different socio-economic backgrounds live and study. The Halls’ mission is to enrich academic education with additional non formal and informal development opportunities like workshops on soft skills, guidance and career services, active citizenship, tutoring, coaching, cultural and sports activities etc. Through EucA, the Halls aim to bring a European dimension into the everyday life of their students by offering quality mobility opportunities, focused on EU citizenship and soft skills training.

CIME is the Italian member of the European Movement, the “European house” through which are mobilized civil society actors who are aware of the importance of Italy’s achievement and contribution to European unity in the sense of the founding fathers, in particular the Ventotene Manifest for a free and united Europe (1941).

CIME is in network with more than 50 Italian members, pro-European associations, political parties, trade unions, business organizations. It is based on voluntary contributions and is open to any organization that supports the development of the European integration process.

The ELTE Bibó István College for Advanced Studies was founded by law students in Budapest in 1983 and is based on the English College model. The foundation is based on two factors: to enrich the legal education of its members, especially in the field of human rights, and to contribute to a more vigorous Hungarian democracy. The College has stood on the basis of the principle of direct democratic participation ever since its foundation: the non-student leader and the Student Committee are directly elected by the membership of the College.

The principles guiding the College are: professionalism, consciousness, indipendence, initiative, responsibility, self-government, transparency, equality and community, which are developed in the three pillars, according to which the College organises its activities: Professionalism, Community and Social Responsibility.

Studentski DOM LJUBLJANA is the largest public Hall of Residence in Slovenia, hosting 7.400 university Slovenian and international students alike in 29 buildings. Since the European refugee crisis, the Hall has welcomed also students who are under international protection.

Through its services, the Hall ensures quality and safe accommodation, a healthy diet and diverse cultural, sports and social activities aimed at students' soft skills training, enabling students to have a welcoming living and learning community. This environment aims to be conducive to intercultural and intellectual exchanges and optimal conditions for personal and professional development of students. Students’ engagement in the community is also encouraged in the Student Council, the body of all students residing in the Hall, that promotes initiatives that improve community life.