EUA has joined the UNESCO Global Open Science Partnership. The purpose of this partnership is to...
The European University Association’s response to Ursula von der Leyen’s State of the Union...
The revised call for contributions for the 2021 European Learning & Teaching Forum is now out.Read more
Following its pledge to design Horizon Europe together with stakeholders, the European Commission must now ensure that researchers are part of its response to mounting global challenges.
Micro-credentials have attracted interest as a means to increase the effectiveness and flexibility of higher education and to provide upskilling and reskilling opportunities for the labour force.
As part of the Erasmus+ programme, the European Union launched the Master Student Loan Guarantee Facility in 2015. At the time, it was fresh and ambitious, but certainly not uncontested. However, it has not received much public attention since. Now, with the next generation of programmes about to start, loan facilities are destined to play a bigger role – but not under Erasmus+. EUA experts Luisa Bunescu and Michael Gaebel look at the lessons learnt and provide some ideas for future implementation.
Providing students with the skills for multidisciplinary collaboration and entrepreneurship supports social impact. The Tampere Universities community promotes this endeavour through multidisciplinary entrepreneurship training, presenting students with innovation challenges aimed at creating societal benefit, and by facilitating interaction between people from multidisciplinary backgrounds. As Taru Pilvi explains, through active, targeted measures, universities can provide the tools and skills required to address today’s challenges – and this is increasingly attractive to students.
Coventry University's Centre for Global Learning: Education and Attainment organise the virtual conference “Reconstructing education through a global lens” from 2 to 6 November 2020.
The European Commission launched a public consultation to provide stakeholders with an opportunity to express their views on the future Interregional Innovation Investment (I3) initiative. The consultation period is open until 30 September.