EUA is pleased to announce that Tia Loukkola has been promoted to Deputy Secretary General. In...
The European University Association (EUA), the European Students’ Union (ESU) and Scholars at...
EUA joined CESAER and Science Europe to call on all publishers to fully respect researchers’...
EUA has launched a survey aiming to develop a broad perspective on universities and innovation and support the identification of new and existing innovation trends in the university sector.Read more
The call for participation in the Leadership Development Programme is now open under the Erasmus+ funded LOTUS (Leadership and Organisation for Teaching and Learning at European Universities) project.Read more
EUA’s Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is now accepting registrations for the 2021/2022 round.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2021 European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) is now open. The call seeks proposals for paper presentations and discussion starters.
In this EUA response to the European Commission Communication on a Global Approach to Research and Innovation, the Association welcomes the goal to promote global research and innovation cooperation built on rules-based structures and common values.
The Public Funding Observatory report 2020/2021, Part 2 is accompanied by individual country sheets with specific data on the 32 higher education systems covered in the study. The sheets offer an overview of the data collected for each system, including funding, inflation, and student and staff numbers.
The European Commission aims at developing a “European strategy for universities” to strengthen synergies between teaching, research, innovation and service to society by better linking related European-level policies. EUA’s Anna-Lena Claeys-Kulik discusses how such a strategy could bring added value and what it should refrain from.
A new EUA study reveals that higher education institutions in Europe are highly engaged in activities that address environmental challenges and the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the EU’s Green Deal. As experts Michael Gaebel and Henriette Stoeber write, the higher education sector is well placed in this field, but European initiatives must better capitalise on universities’ expertise and enthusiasm in fostering environmental sustainability.
The European Commission and the European Research Executive Agency (REA) organise the online event “European Green Deal Cluster Event” on 6 and 7 July 2021. Registrations are now open and free of charge.
The European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR) published “ESG Coverage of Higher Education Systems in Europe”, the first of several DEQAR CONNECT policy briefs based on the analysis of the data collected through the Database of External Quality Assurance Results (DEQAR).