Publications

 

  • Researchers at Risk: Mapping Europe’s Response

    29 Oct 2020 Report Diversity & Inclusion

    Granting refuge and academic freedom to scholars and students, who had to flee persecution and wars in their home countries and regions, is an eminent function of universities. Over the past decades, the numbers of academics suffering from persecution world-wide has grown and applications for assistance to support organisations clearly exceed the number of placement positions and funding available.

  • In recent years, European universities and other stakeholders have taken interest in career tracking in doctoral education as one of the ways to better understand the potential professional future of doctoral candidates.

  • Public Funding Observatory 2020/2021: part 1

    22 Oct 2020 Report Funding, Covid-19 and universities

    This report provides a detailed picture of the immediate impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on university funding and offers insights into the implications expected in the future. It concludes with 10 key messages and a series of recommendations to universities and policy makers on how to mitigate the negative effects of the crisis and turn challenges into opportunities.

  • The new European Research Area: building capacity through dialogue

    15 Oct 2020 Position Autonomy & Governance, Diversity & Inclusion, EU Research & Innovation Programmes, European Education Area

    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.

  • An excellent, open and inclusive Horizon Europe

    21 Sep 2020 Policy input EU Research & Innovation Programmes

    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.

  • Micro-credentials linked to the Bologna Key Commitments

    15 Sep 2020 Report Bologna Process, Learning & Teaching, Quality Assurance, Employability and qualifications, European Education Area

    Micro-credentials have attracted interest as a means to increase the effectiveness and flexibility of higher education and to provide upskilling and reskilling opportunities for the labour force.

  • European higher education in the Covid-19 crisis

    10 Sep 2020 Briefing EU Research & Innovation Programmes, Learning & Teaching, Covid-19 and universities

    This briefing looks at the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on higher education in Europe over the past six months. In particular, it examines the sudden shift to emergency remote learning and teaching, the impact on internationalisation and mobility, as well as the effects on research.

  • EU trade negotiations and higher education

    03 Sep 2020 Briefing Global Relations

    Universities have a strategic interest in trade in higher education services and this policy briefing provides an update on different negotiations and their potential impact on the sector.

  • The ESG in the changing landscape of higher education

    28 Aug 2020 Position Bologna Process, Quality Assurance

    In recent years, higher education provision has been changing rapidly, including the mainstreaming of e-learning, the emergence of micro-credentials, the launch of the European Universities Initiative, and the renewed importance of the third mission of higher education institutions.

  • This report is the result of the study on Read & Publish agreements commissioned by EUA on behalf of 25 supporting organisations in May 2019. Carried out by Technopolis Group, the report explores the potential implications of ongoing structural changes in the scholarly publishing system.




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