ALLEA (ALL European Academies), the European Federation of Academies of Sciences and Humanities,...
On 1 February, 15 university leaders and managers from 13 European countries gathered at the EUA...
Making data FAIR – findable, accessible, interoperable, reusable – is becoming more and more the...
As part of the Association’s efforts to foster a more transparent and cost-effective scholarly publishing system, EUA would like to commission a study to explore possible scenarios for new ‘Open Access’ publishing agreement models.Read more
To encourage as many activities as possible among its members, EUA is showcasing any event or initiative linked to the European Parliament elections.Read more
EUA has opened a call for contributions to a series of workshops on research assessment in the transition to Open Science. The 2019 workshop will focus on “Research Assessment for Researchers’ Recruitment and Career Progression”.Read more
EUA and Universities UK have published a common document in order to assist universities prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
The EFFECT project produced a feasibility study on how teaching enhancement can be promoted in the most efficient manner at the European level. Launched at the 2019 European Learning & Teaching Forum, it presents and discusses approaches for pedagogic staff development already explored in European higher education institutions and systems. It also proposes European approaches to support and enhance learning and teaching.
With a disorderly Brexit now a real and fast-approaching threat, detailed technical guidance from the European Commission is crucial for those participating with UK partners in EU programmes like Erasmus+ and Horizon2020. As EUA Secretary General Lesley Wilson writes in The Parliament Magazine, beneficiaries need to know what is expected and when, and they need to know immediately.
Research-based education is happening in Europe, but there are clear challenges with how it is defined and understood. Bjørn Stensaker from the University of Oslo breaks down the topic and makes some proposals on how to truly unite research and education.
The call for paper proposals for the 41st Annual EAIR Forum 2019, hosted by the Leiden University, the Netherlands, is open untill 18 February. The theme of the 2019 EAIR Leiden Forum is “RESPONSIBILITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEMS: WHAT? WHY? HOW?”.
For three days, in April 2019, the European Movement International is inviting you to a celebration of European democracy.