The European University Association (EUA) has established a new task force to support the...
Launched in January 2022 as a co-creation exercise, the process of drafting an agreement for...
On 21 June, the EUA Board approved the application for full collective membership by the Union...
The call for participation for the 2023 EUA-CDE Thematic Peer Group on “Profiles and institutional support for postdoctoral researchers” is now open.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2023 European Learning & Teaching Forum is now open.Read more
The European University Association is inviting applications from member universities to host the 2023 EUA Funding Forum.Read more
This briefing reports on recent developments affecting Europe’s recognition regimes – both professional and academic.
The European University Association welcomes the European Commission’s Communication on A New European Innovation Agenda, notably as an overarching innovation agenda is needed to tackle specific bottlenecks which stunt Europe’s innovation performance, and to achieve consistency and effective implementation of the various tools available for this purpose.
The emotional health of students in Europe is receiving increased attention. Here, Valérie Van Hees and Ronny Bruffaerts reflect on the existing European landscape and introduce a new project to support the implementation of sustainable policies across the EHEA.
In May 2022, the world of higher education met for the first UNESCO World Higher Education Conference in over a decade. Here, after returning from the event in Barcelona, EUA’s Thomas Jørgensen recaps several key takeaways and reflects on what we in Europe can both contribute to and learn from these discussions of a worldwide scope.
Last week, the European Research Council (ERC) published its Work Programme for 2023 with a total budget of around €2.2 billion for grants. Established by the ERC Scientific Council, the Work Programme for the coming year has been officially adopted by the European Commission on 11 July 2022.
An on line survey is ongoing about existing and /or wished ways of crediting and rewarding Open Science activities and actions that facilitate data sharing in the assessment of research activities. This survey is being conducted as part of the SHAring Rewards & Credit (SHARC) interest group within Research Data Alliance (RDA) and the PI is Anne Cambon-Thomsen (France).