This was the topic of the INVITED project’s peer learning seminar on 14 June at University...
EUA has prepared a set of guidelines for the university sector to influence the national...
The European University Association (EUA), Universities Finland (UNIFI) and Universities Norway...
EUA-EPUE and Durham University invite you to submit contributions for the 1st Energy & Environment Clustering Event.Read more
Take part in the campaign to improve funding conditions for universities in the next generation of European funding programmes.Read more
The EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) is looking to fill one vacant Steering Committee position.View more
The EQAF Programme Committee is inviting proposals for paper presentations, workshops or discussion starters at the 2019 European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF), hosted by TU Berlin from 21 to 23 November 2019.Read more
The authors of “Plan S” have published revised implementation guidelines. The initiative aims to boost Open Access in scholarly publishing by 2021. EUA welcomes the guidelines, in particular the additional principle on addressing the way research is assessed.
Over the last decade, policy makers and universities in Europe have been paying greater attention to efficiency and effectiveness in a more demanding higher education context. This study has been published under the USTREAM (Universities for Strategic, Efficient and Autonomous Management) project in order to discuss the concept and practice of efficiency from a university perspective.
Universities together with business partners are the motors of regional development. As EUA’s Lidia Borrell-Damian and Thomas Jorgensen explain, by fostering the link between education, research and innovation, the regions will benefit – and so will Europe.
Europe must boost its investment in research and innovation, argue the European University Association’s Rolf Tarrach and Michael Murphy in the Parliament Magazine.
This IMZ Academy establishes the importance of media skills for the next generation of musicians and explores how the music education of the future should adapt its syllabus to prepare students effectively for the opportunities and challenges of the digital realm.
Applications are now open for the ever popular HUMANE and EFMD annual Summer School “Transforming Higher Education Professional Services". Once again it will be delivered at the iconic Freie University Berlin on 15-20 September 2019.