The project is aimed at 1st and 2nd level students as well as academic lecturers. It concerns shaping and transferring the cultural heritage of Europe, its multicultural image, transnational character, which are the basis for shaping the sense of social and cultural unity of Europeans and for strengthening European identity and active citizenship; the presence of a European cultural heritage in selected partner cities. The city is understood as a tool for finding a cultural community between the national heritage of partner countries and the cultural heritage of Europe. This is particularly important in the period of intensified migration and the phenomenon of cultural transformation, where the boundaries of national cultures are blurred and create multiple identities. It is equally important for native Europeans to understand the cultural community of nations and minority and majority societies that make up Europe. This approach to cultural heritage equips young people with new civic competences, expected in the labor market in a multicultural society. The project strengthens the internationalization of partner universities, supports the professional development of lecturers, implements the principles of the Bologna system and the modernization agenda of higher education. Introduces modern teaching methods and a modular learning (blended learning) program based on stationary classes and e-tutorials.