Following a two-year project involving intense field research, EUA published a major report...
Ahead of the European elections in May, EUA is engaging in a discussion with groups in the...
EUA has launched the latest edition of its Public Funding Observatory, which offers information...
The call for contributions for the 2019 European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) is now out. The call seeks proposals for paper presentations, workshops or world café discussion starters. The deadline to submit proposals is 22 July 2019.Read more
The European University Association (EUA) and the European University Continuing Education Network (EUCEN) supported by the European Students’ Union (ESU) are organising a peer learning seminar for university leaders from across Europe to discuss university strategies and approaches towards equity, diversity and inclusion.Read more
As part of the Association’s efforts to foster a more transparent and cost-effective scholarly publishing system, EUA would like to commission a study to explore possible scenarios for new ‘Open Access’ publishing agreement models.Read more
To encourage as many activities as possible among its members, EUA is showcasing any event or initiative linked to the European Parliament elections.Read more
The 2018 Public Funding Observatory report comes with individual country sheets. They offer an overview of the data collected for each system, including funding, inflation, student and staff numbers in order to provide context to the trends summarized in the report.
The Public Funding Observatory Report 2018 offers the most up-to-date information on 33 different higher education systems across Europe.
The shift to a student-centered education system has implied disruptive change in learning and teaching. Roberta Moscon from the University of Trento discusses how more higher education institutions are now adopting innovative methods for delivering graduates with skills adequate for the job market, as well as competences in how to tackle pressing societal challenges such as inclusiveness and citizenship.
An interview with Michael Gaebel.
The British Council APPG (All Party Parliamentary Group) is currently conducting an inquiry on the role of education and culture in the UK’s future relations with the countries of Europe.
DocMob is a 2 year Erasmus+ Strategic partnership project. By means of transnational meetings, surveys at European level and field research, the project's intellectual outputs are the adoption of standard tools for managing Erasmus+ mobility at doctoral level and the sharing of good practices between EU Higher Education Institutions that will lead to the publication of a guide on how to handle and improve doctoral ERASMUS+ mobility.