On 27 April 2022, the EUA Council approved the applications of seven new members, a change in...
Since Iranian-Swedish researcher Dr Amadreza Djalili was sentenced to death in Iran in 2017, the...
At its meeting at Budapest University of Economics and Technology on 27 April, the EUA Council...
EUA’s Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is now accepting registrations for the 2022/23 round.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2022 European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) is now open.Read more
This self-assessment tool was developed by the European University Association (EUA) in partnership with the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK), the Spanish Rectors’ Conference (Crue) and the Dutch organisation for internationalisation in education (Nuffic) in the context of the Erasmus+ co-funded “Spotlight on recognition” project.
This brief provides a snapshot of how the Russian Federation’s invasion is impacting Ukraine’s university sector, and the measures taken by Ukrainian authorities and the higher education sector. It also looks into how the European Union and the European higher education community have responded.
Leaders must respond to the unprecedented challenges facing the higher education system. In these times of uncertainty, hope is the fundamental leadership driver that will help our institutions to remain relevant in our societies. To develop hope-based leadership, we need to answer questions regarding the origin, vision and realisation of this hope.
Higher education systems across Europe currently use a variety of funding instruments, with increasing levels of complexity evident. This piece highlights some of the main issues involved, as described in the EUA study “Allocating core public funding to universities in Europe: state of play & principles”.
The 'ASEM Global Lifelong Learning Week', is scheduled to take place in-person (with some events also online) from September 26th to September 30th in Cork, Ireland.
UNESCO has recently launched two calls in the area of open science.