The European University Association is pleased to announce that the Association’s Council has...
EUA has launched a survey to capture the experience of the European higher education sector with...
On 28 October 2022, the EUA Council approved the applications of nineteen new members, as well...
The European University Association is inviting applications from member universities to host key EUA and Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) events in 2024 and 2025.Read more
As the European Universities Initiative moves into a new phase, EUA has taken stock of its impact thus far, notably in how it may further policy reforms that benefit transnational university cooperation more broadly.
Today, more than ever before, universities are expected to fulfil multiple and increasingly challenging roles. Invariably, university leaders are walking a tightrope, caught between long-term strategy implementation and short-term crisis management.
Martin Prchal expands the debate on teaching and learning to how institutions should see themselves as learners in their continuous endeavours to improve the learning experience of their students. Here, he addresses three tools for institutional learning: professional development of teaching staff, internationalisation and quality assurance.
If we want universities to make a leap in transnational cooperation, policymakers must take their own leap in implementing reforms that work towards creating the necessary framework conditions. In Research Europe, Anna-Lena Claeys-Kulik and Enora Bennetot Pruvot elaborate on EUA’s latest findings on the European Universities Initiative.
The seminar aims at enriching the ongoing discussion on digitalisation of recognition processes by taking a distinctly European approach. The inputs will highlight recognition and digitalisation in the Bologna context as well as a good practice example on steps to take regarding the implementation of a digital recognition process.
The European Commission’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) has launched 8 calls to access its non-nuclear research infrastructures in Ispra (IT), its nuclear research infrastructures in Karlsruhe (D) and Petten (NL).