On 29 April 2021, the EUA Council approved the applications of four new individual full members.
On 30 April 2021, the 23rd EUA General Assembly elected three members to the Association’s...
On 22-23 April, EUA held its Annual Conference “Universities 2030: From vision to reality”....
EUA has launched a survey aiming to develop a broad perspective on universities and innovation and support the identification of new and existing innovation trends in the university sector.Read more
The EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) has launched a survey on current developments in doctoral education.Read more
EUA’s Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is now accepting registrations for the 2021/2022 round.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2021 European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) is now open. The call seeks proposals for paper presentations and discussion starters.
The Public Funding Observatory report 2020/2021, Part 2 is accompanied by individual country sheets with specific data on the 32 higher education systems covered in the study. The sheets offer an overview of the data collected for each system, including funding, inflation, and student and staff numbers.
This report provides a detailed analysis of long-term funding trends captured over the period from 2008 to 2019. It also offers an overview of the latest public funding developments in 2019 and 2020. Finally, it focuses on the new generation of EU funding programmes (2021-2027) and the new EU Recovery package and explores the stakes for universities.
Higher education graduates are faced with an ever-growing expectation to be digitally apt and well versed in an international environment. As Aloys Krieg of RWTH Aachen University points out, these topics are closely linked to the need for fair and smooth recognition processes – both for study periods abroad and the qualifications obtained.
The preservation and development of culture is part of the mission of universities. This article, from the President of HRK, explores how this mission widens the knowledge triangle of education, research and innovation to a knowledge square – with universities at the centre.
The European Commission has launched the New European Bauhaus prizes to recognise and celebrate existing achievements and support the younger generation to further develop emerging concepts and ideas. Deadline for applications is 31 May.
RECOMS, Resourceful and Resilient Communities, organises an international conference and exhibition entitled “Spaces of Possibility: communities and places in times of social and environmental uncertainty” on 7 – 11 June in Brussels. Registrations are now open until 30 May.