After two consecutive years of virtual “What’s new in Brussels?” seminars, the Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) is holding the event in Brussels on 2-3 February. EUA Deputy Director of Governance, Funding and Public Policy Development, Enora Bennetot Pruvot, will be a speaker at the Panel “Internationalisation through the lens of divergent funding trends and increasing financial challenges”.
Over the last two decades the focus of seminar was on the novelties of the Erasmus+ programme, but this year the event offers thematic orientations to each panel, horizontally integrating perspectives on both policy and practice, separately and together. This year’s seminar goes beyond sharing what exists in the Erasmus+ programme to offer cross-cutting, globally-oriented discussions of the synergies within the programme, and allows more comprehensive discussions based on concrete and impactful projects.
The 2023 edition of the “What's new in Brussels?” seminar will be organised as a fully onsite event, to provide a full networking experience for speakers and participants. Early-bird pricing applies until 13 January and registration closes on 27 January. However, should onsite attendance not be possible, we also offer the option to watch the livestream of the plenary sessions from Day 1 and Day 2 (and receive the related recording post-event), for a reduced fee.
Learn more about the programme and register on the website of the Academic Cooperation Association (ACA).