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Being an EUA member

EUA plays an essential role in shaping the future of Europe’s higher education and research landscape thanks to its unique knowledge of the sector and the diversity of its members. The association’s mandate in the Bologna Process, contribution to EU research policy making and relations with intergovernmental organisations, European institutions and international associations, ensure its capacity to represent and debate issues which are crucial for universities. The strength of EUA’s policy work is based on the input of its diverse range of members which include national university associations from 33 countries and around 800 individual institutions from all the countries in the European Higher Education Area. In order to reflect the strength of this diversity, EUA’s policy development takes place through the three main statutory bodies: the Board (nine elected current or former rectors), the Council (formed by Presidents of all 33 national associations) and the General Assembly (all members).

To log into our members-only area, please go to our homepage and enter your log-in name and password. Members who have lost their password can reset it via the 'Forgot your password?' button or ask for a new one at the following address:

Members can view the Membership Commitment Statement here.

Member fees

EUA has grown rapidly since its creation in 2001, increasing membership by over 30%, from 578 universities in 2001 to around 850. Over this period the association has greatly increased its offer of services in response to the needs of a broader and more diverse membership. Members present at the 2011 General Assembly discussed the achievements of the first decade and ways to improve added value to members in the years to come. There was a broad consensus that increasing the financial independence of the association was crucial to future development, and that this would require increasing core revenue from members. The importance of maintaining the level of competitive funding generated from different EC programmes was also underlined. The General Assembly agreed to introduce a fee structure for individual members as of 2012 that reflected a more equitable and fair contribution from members in different countries, by basing subscriptions to a greater degree than before on GNP per capita income by country and on the size of institutions (based on student numbers).

More information on fees for individual members is available here.

EUA logo for members

Our members can use this logo on their websites and other information products if they wish to do so. This guarantees they are members of the association.

In order to download the EUA member logo, we request that you adhere to the following conditions:

  • The EUA member logo is copyrighted property (© European University Association 2004). All rights reserved. 
  • The EUA member logo can only be used by EUA members. Use of the icon by non-member universities or organisations is strictly prohibited. 
  • The EUA member logo may not be reproduced for the purpose of obtaining any commercial or personal financial gain. 
  • If you wish to use the EUA member logo for fundraising or commercial purposes, please send a proposal to the association. Once you have included the icon on your website, please send the URL to
  • Downloading the EUA member logo implies your acceptance of these conditions.

Downloading the EUA member logo:

  • To download the EUA member logo, please click on the icon below (it exists in two formats). 
  • Once you have successfully downloaded the logo, please link it to our home page.
  • The icon should include the following alternative text: "European University Association".

    EUA jpg format for website use

    EUA icon printing version PSD


European University Association (EUA)

Brussels office:
Avenue de l’Yser, 24
1040 Brussels
Tel: +32 (0) 2 230 55 44

Geneva office:
114, Rue du Rhône
Case postale 3174
1211 Geneva 3
Tel: +41 22 552 02 96