The European University Association (EUA) is gravely concerned about the arbitrary and unjust...
The next six months are an important period for policy makers, the university sector and many...
EUA joined more than a dozen other European associations representing universities to stress...
EUA is looking for member universities to participate in the 2019 Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Groups.Read more
An opportunity for EUA-CDE members: take part in the Thematic Peer Group for mutual learning on career development and tracking in doctoral education.Read more
The INVITED survey on strategies towards equity, diversity and inclusion at universities is now open.Read more
EUA has launched the call for contributions for its 2019 Annual Conference on “Driving innovation in Europe’s universities”.Read more
This essay is the result of the 15th Transatlantic Dialogue held in July 2018. The seminar, organised by EUA, the American Council on Education and Universities Canada, and hosted by the European University Institute in Florence, offered a timely opportunity for transatlantic comparisons and a rich dialogue among peers about the role that higher education can play in a politically disrupted world.
Trends 2018 examines how learning and teaching at European higher education institutions evolves in the context of changing demands, technological and societal development, and European- and national-level policies and reforms. This EUA flagship report gathers data from more than 300 higher education institutions in 48 European countries.
Leading a university can become very difficult when finances are strapped and difficult decisions must be made. Petra Wend, Vice-Chancellor of Queen Margaret University, discusses how university leaders can develop to better lead in uncertain times.
How can higher education institutions model open, democratic and engaged communities? How can they initiate social and cultural change? Those two questions are vital in today’s world, particularly because analyses of election returns have repeatedly demonstrated the consistent impact of higher education on voting choices. This editorial was first published at University World News.
A new online survey in the context of the new initiative on the "Curriculum Guidelines for Key Enabling Technologies (KETs) and Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (AMT)" has been launched by EASME/DG GROW of the European Commission and coordinated by PwC.
The European Parliament launched a call for tender for multiple framework service contracts, in six lots, for the provision of Foreign Policy Expertise and faculties in Social Sciences, Law, or European Studies are encouraged to submit their offers.