In the European Commission’s latest proposal for the EU’s next seven-year budget, Erasmus+ is...
EUA is embarking on an initiative to develop a vision for Europe’s universities in 2030. This...
As negotiations regarding the EU-UK future relations enter a critical phase, EUA calls on both...
A revised call for contributions to the 2020 European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) is now open. The organisers have moved the event to an online format, creating the need for a revised and more simplified call for contributions.
The call for contributions for the 2021 European Learning & Teaching Forum is available.Read more
EUA Strategic Plan
The need for strong universities has never been greater in addressing societal challenges. The Covid-19 pandemic, climate change, resource scarcity, ageing populations, migration and managing artificial intelligence are among the many examples of areas where universities have a major impact.
The European Commission’s Industrial Strategy for Europe and the European Digital Strategy launched in the spring of 2020 offer an opportunity for a broad and holistic approach to fundamental challenges that concern all Europeans.
In the coming academic year, virtual mobility might be the only reliable option for some institutions in the fallout of the Covid-19 crisis. EUA expert Michael Gaebel gives a vision for the future of Erasmus+ virtual mobility and explains why 2020 is the year to advance this agenda.
In recent years, a series of new international university rankings have come into the spotlight. Their focus differs from those of more established, comprehensive rankings in that they aim to highlight universities’ performance in a specific area. EUA expert Helene Peterbauer looks into the positive aspects of this development, but cautions against undue expectations towards the validity of rankings.
Nuffic, the Dutch organisation for internationalisation in education, published the outcome report from the Peer Learning Activity (PLA) "Support LRC Compliant Practices. Outcomes of the I-Comply PLA".
The seminar “Recognition, transparency and information provision in the time of Covid-19: the role of Higher Education institutions”, organised in the context of the Bologna Process, will take place online on 18 June from 9:30 to 12:45 CEST.