The European Commission is organising an event on the European Universities Initiative on 7...
EUA Vice President Paul Boyle represented Europe’s universities at the European R&I Days in...
As the EU member states seek an agreement on the overall financial envelope for EU programmes...
EUA is inviting applications from member universities to host the following events in 2021 and 2022: EUA Annual Conference and General Assembly, European Learning & Teaching Forum and European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF).Read more
Universities are invited to participate in the EUA survey on research data management and the FAIR principles before 31 October.Read more
Take part in the campaign to improve funding conditions for universities in the next generation of European funding programmes.Read more
Ample evidence suggests that even though student-centred learning is a topic of great interest and benefit to universities across Europe and beyond, there are widespread difficulties in addressing the concept in practice, mostly due to its broad scope.
This briefing outlines EUA’s proposals to national and EU funders on how to make the EU reporting and control environment more efficient and effective. This is a matter of strategic importance to improve the added value of European investment in education, research and innovation.
Jón Atli Benediktsson, Rector of the University of Iceland, reflects on the future and why universities must protect their core values, while being open to re-evaluating all aspects of their work.
The new European Commission must make research, education and innovation a priority as it sets out the roadmap for the next five years. In Science Business, EUA President Michael Murphy presents a simple four-step outline on how to fuel the ambitious agenda and face environmental, social and economic challenges.
The third edition of Micro-MOOC on Open Science will take place during International Open Access Week. The free Twitter course, organised by EUA member Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC), will be accessible from 21-25 October.
The Global University Network for innovation (GUNi) presented their latest publication, "Implementing the 2030 Agenda at Higher Education Institutions: Challenges and Responses", on 3 and 4 October during the second meeting of the GUNi Group of Experts on SDGs and Higher Education in Barcelona.