International Women’s Day, celebrated on 8 March, is an opportunity that EUA has been seizing...
On 14 February, Frédérique Vidal, French Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation,...
Europe’s universities, in the European Union and neighbouring countries including the United...
As part of the EU-funded NEWLEAD project (2020-2023), EUA has launched a survey about leadership development and institutional transformation in higher education.
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.
The 2020 EUA Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Group on “Approaches in learning and teaching to promoting equity and inclusion” explored how universities can best support inclusion and equity and accommodate the different backgrounds, needs and aspirations of students through various approaches, initiatives and methods.
This seminal document is the result of extensive consultations and deliberations with EUA members and partners over a six-month period in 2020. It sets out a vision of resilient and effective universities, serving Europe’s societies towards a better future.
When Covid-19 forced universities to quickly switch to online and blended learning and teaching, the European University Association was already deep into the preparation of a study on the topic. This article looks at the experience of digital learning and teaching before and during the crisis, what has been accomplished and what challenges likely await.
Gathering feedback is a key element in internal quality assurance. However, “closing the feedback loop” requires acting on the data gathered and informing respondents about the subsequent actions taken. As EUA quality assurance expert Tia Loukkola explains, this should be part of the institutional quality assurance policy – especially in these exceptional times as we face Covid-19.
The European Commission has published the final report and recommendations of the expert group on Graduate Tracking, entitled “Towards a European graduate tracking mechanism", with a foreword of Commissioner of Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth Mariya Gabriel.
The European Commission launched a call for applications for membership of the European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies (EGE), open until 22 March. The 15 successful candidates will serve in their personal capacity to provide independent ethical advice to the highest political level of the EU for a term of at least three years.