On 25 November, EUA President Michael Murphy expressed grave concern for the well-being of Dr...
This summer, EUA launched the new Erasmus+ co-funded “Spotlight on recognition” project. It aims...
On 30 October, the EUA Council accepted the applications of 15 new individual full members.
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
EUA has launched a call for participants for a focus group on internal quality assurance in times of Covid-19. This focus group is reserved to participants from EUA member institutions.
The new thematic peer groups will have a digital focus, offering an opportunity for European higher education institutions to exchange with colleagues about their strategic approaches to digitally enhanced learning and teaching.
EUA has been an active contributor to the Bologna Process since its start 20 years ago. The present position paper welcomes the recent progress in the development of the European Higher Education Area, on the occasion of the Bologna Process Ministerial Conference on 19 November.
On 30 September 2020, The European Commission published a Communication on “Achieving the European Education Area by 2025”. It outlines key EU actions in education for the next five years. EUA welcomes the Communication as an acknowledgement of the vital contribution of education to Europe’s identity, its future, and the sustainability and long-term resilience of its societies.
Fair recognition in the European Higher Education Area can only be fully achieved if practices in higher education institutions are more systematically addressed. As Jenneke Lokhoff at Nuffic points out, higher education institutions are key in the practical implementation of the Lisbon Recognition Convention and in finding new ways forward.
As reflected by the European Green Deal, the environmental revolution is likely the main challenge of the 21st century. And it is a great opportunity for Europe to take the lead. But, according to Karl Tombre from Université de Lorraine, this will need a truly comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach - where universities have a major role to play.
Inspireurope organises the webinar ‘Hosting Researchers at Risk: How employers and hosts can help researchers make the most of their stay’ on 9 December from 10:00 to 11:00 CET. The webinar is free of charge.
The European Patent Office (EPO) published a new study entitled “Valorisation of scientific results – Patent commercialisation scoreboard: European universities and public research organisations”, which offers an analysis based on a patent commercialisation scoreboard from European universities and public research organisations.