EUA has issued a statement on the future Model Grant Agreement that is under preparation as part...
EUA is gravely concerned by reports of academics still being held in prison for having signed...
In November, EUA published the joint call “Seize our common future”, which it launched with 14...
EUA invites member universities to participate in the 2020 Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Groups.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2020 EUA-CDE Annual Meeting is now out.Read more
EUA is looking for four new members for the Learning & Teaching Steering Committee, which oversees EUA’s Learning & Teaching activities from March 2020 to February 2022.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2020 EUA Annual Conference is now out. The call seeks proposals for presentations and workshops.Read more
As negotiations continue on the future Horizon Europe programme, the discussion on the Model Grant Agreement is fundamental for effective and smooth implementation. Not only does the Model Grant Agreement serve as the key contractual document between all parties, it is also the central user guide which helps beneficiaries fully understand and better interpret the programme rules.
Inclusiveness has become a strategic question for a number of higher education institutions across Europe, impacting learning and teaching, research and institutional cultures. Many have taken action to find new ways to enable people from various backgrounds to find their place in higher education. The idea that diverse learning environments may prepare students better for a diverse society and diverse research environments is gaining ground.
Cross-border quality assurance has been slow in the making over the past two decades. However, as EUA’s Tia Loukkola explains, a new political context in Europe and the launch of new networks and collaboration could bring a much-awaited game changer.
As societies transform, diversity is becoming a key concern for higher education institutions across Europe, impacting learning and teaching, research and institutional cultures. EUA’s Thomas E. Jørgensen and Anna-Lena Claeys-Kulik discuss data on the topic from 159 higher education institutions from 36 European countries, revealing common challenges and opportunities.
The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree DENSYS is a collaborative two-year (120 ECTs) joint master degree programme with the goal to provide training in the inter-disciplinary fields of Decentralised smart ENergy SYStems.
EUA partner Scholars at Risk (SAR) released the report Free to Think 2019 analysing 324 attacks on higher education communities in 56 countries between 1 September 2018 and 31 August 2019.