EUA along with more than 50 higher education networks, associations and organisations has joined...
In the European Commission’s latest proposal for the EU’s next seven-year budget, Erasmus+ is...
The call for contributions for the 2022 EUA Annual Conference, entitled “University values: what, why and how?”, is now open. The call seeks proposals for presentations.Read more
As EUA celebrates its 20th anniversary, we call EUA members to send their testimonials of positive accomplishments they have been able to achieve thanks to EUA, as well as their views on how they see the future of the Association.
EUA, in partnership with Crue, HRK and Nuffic, seeks participants for two focus group organised in the context of the “Spotlight on recognition” project and dedicated to key issues in the field of academic recognition. Both focus groups are free of charge and open to staff of EUA member institutions, who are involved with designing, managing or implementing the recognition of qualifications.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2022 European Learning & Teaching Forum is now open. The call seeks proposals for papers, workshops and practice presentations.Read more
This publication focuses on geopolitical changes, digitalisation and artificial intelligence, as well as the course of democracy, and how they may impact Europe’s universities. It outlines possible scenarios for future developments, as well as pathways for universities to pursue common goals.
Higher education institutions are key actors in the transition towards carbon neutrality and sustainable societies, as well as in reaching the objectives of the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda and the European Union’s Green Deal. They address environmental sustainability in their research and education missions and are actively involved in a broad range of forward-thinking activities.
EU policy makers often fail to consider the specific nature of higher education, research and innovation in legislation aimed to shape Europe’s digital transformation. EUA expert Bregt Saenen explains this missed opportunity and the urgency to give the academic sector a proper place in the digital space.
Universities support Europe’s agenda for digital leadership in their role as digital technology makers. At the same time, they must adapt to the growing digitalisation of research practice, but their role as technology takers is less visible in that agenda. As Sergiu-Matei Lucaci argues, the EU pursuit of competitiveness in the digital economy risks overlooking the impact of new technologies on knowledge production, and universities should seek to rectify this.
In its eighth annual publication, U-Multirank showcases how universities that collaborate with their local ecosystem and across borders perform better than those that do not. This multidimensional international ranking of higher education institutions compares the performances of higher education institutions independently with seed funding from the European Commission’s Erasmus+ programme.
The Global Task Force (GTF) on Third Country Education Pathways has released a Statement of the Afghan Students Crisis. EUA is among the GTF members and has endorsed the statement.