The European University Association (EUA), Universities Finland (UNIFI) and Universities Norway...
On 21 May, the renowned Turkish Scholar Ayşe Gül Altınay was sentenced to two years and one...
The partners of the project ‘Linking academic recognition and quality assurance’ (LIREQA) have...
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 comparative, cross-country study reviews the links between integration and higher education policies. It documents the conditions and circumstances for access, retention and completion of higher education for migrants from third countries, including those with a refugee status.
EUA and Science Europe have issued a joint statement on the need for research funders and research performing organisations as well as universities to combine their efforts to develop and implement more accurate, transparent and responsible approaches to scholarly research assessment.
External quality assurance reports are publicly available, demonstrating transparency and building trust and confidence in the quality of higher education. As EQAR’s Colin Tück explains, a new database provides an opportunity for anyone to access to objective information on institutions and their study programmes.
Reports produced by quality assurance agencies can be used in many ways, including in policy-making. As EUA’s Tia Loukkola explains, there is much room for bettering the accessibility and use of information generated by external quality assurance processes across Europe.
ECOOM (Centre for Research & Development Monitoring, a interuniversity consortium with participation of KU Leuven, UGent, VUB, UAntwerpen and UHasselt) invite submissions of papers that address the current state-of-the art, definitions and methodical issues on the societal impact of research.
The Zero Project team would like to invite leading experts and organizations to nominate Innovative Practices and Policies concerning this year’s topic: Education. #ZeroCall20.