The European Parliament met today in an extraordinary plenary session to adopt a resolution...
EUA and more than 100 individuals and organisations have signed a statement by the British...
On Tuesday, EU leaders agreed on the next EU seven-year budget and the associated recovery plan...
The call for contributions for the 2021 European Learning & Teaching Forum is available.Read more
This report is the result of the study on Read & Publish agreements commissioned by EUA on behalf of 25 supporting organisations in May 2019. Carried out by Technopolis Group, the report explores the potential implications of ongoing structural changes in the scholarly publishing system.
As European leaders work towards an agreement on the European Union’s next seven-year budget, the Multiannual Financial Framework, and the related Next Generation EU recovery plan to help the EU’s economy back on its feet, EUA and 14 partner university associations reiterate the urgent need to invest in research, innovation and education to achieve long-term, sustainable recovery and strategic resilience.
During the Covid-19 crisis, universities innovated greatly in various fields to bring solutions to complex and unprecedented challenges. This article by Annick Castiaux analyses an innovation project led by the University of Namur in Belgium, providing evidence of the particularities of innovation in times of crisis and the societal role of universities.
The idea of a European degree is fascinating and attractive, but it also raises many conceptual and practical questions. What does a European degree mean? How would it differ from the current degrees awarded by universities across Europe? Who would award it? And what would be the added value of such a degree? EUA’s Tia Loukkola and ENQA’s Maria Kelo tackle the various scenarios.
On 29 July, representatives of four founding members met in Brussels and formalised the launch of the EOSC Association as a Belgian international non-profit association.
To mark its 75th anniversary in 2020, the United Nations launched a global conversation on how to tackle the challenges we face and build a better future for all. The UN invites European universities to participate in the UN75 Initiative by hosting dialogues and responding to a one-minute survey.