On 6 October 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) ruled that the Hungarian...
On 30 September, the European Commission presented a package of three major initiatives aimed at...
EUA has joined the UNESCO Global Open Science Partnership. The purpose of this partnership is to...
The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) has launched a global survey on how and to what extent higher education institutions contribute to lifelong learning.Read more
EU Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, during the European Research and Innovation Days in September 2020, stated that excellence and inclusiveness are two sides of the same coin in the new European Research Area (ERA). EUA welcomes the European Commission’s Communication “A new ERA for Research and Innovation” released on 30 September 2020 as a starting point to making this ambition a reality.
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.
UNESCO’s Global Open Science Partnership is well-timed in promoting a much-needed global dialogue on Open Science. EUA expert Bregt Saenen discusses the initiative, its evolving backdrop and why it is such a promising start.
The Covid-19 crisis led to major push towards Open Access, which is now well on its way to becoming a global reality. EUA Board member Patrick Lévy looks at this key moment in the movement’s history.
Dock3 – The Startup Lab, the entrepreneurship program by EUA member Roma Tre University, launched in 2018 the STARTED Project, an Erasmus+ Knowledge Alliance initiative to develop novel teaching and learning approaches to entrepreneurship for researchers, and build strong and durable bridges between higher education institutions and businesses.
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) is launching three online consultations as part of the EIT Stakeholder Forum to gather input from the various stakeholders that will be used to inform about future activities. Questionnaires remain open until 15 November.