On 18 December, 27 organisations – including EUA – have called on the European Commission to...
In an important new step towards a final decision on the European Union’s financial framework...
EUA has issued a statement on the future Model Grant Agreement that is under preparation as part...
EUA invites member universities to participate in the 2020 Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Groups.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2020 EUA-CDE Annual Meeting is now out.Read more
As negotiations continue on the future Horizon Europe programme, the discussion on the Model Grant Agreement is fundamental for effective and smooth implementation. Not only does the Model Grant Agreement serve as the key contractual document between all parties, it is also the central user guide which helps beneficiaries fully understand and better interpret the programme rules.
Inclusiveness has become a strategic question for a number of higher education institutions across Europe, impacting learning and teaching, research and institutional cultures. Many have taken action to find new ways to enable people from various backgrounds to find their place in higher education. The idea that diverse learning environments may prepare students better for a diverse society and diverse research environments is gaining ground.
A new year brings new opportunities to address global challenges. EUA President Michael Murphy addresses university leaders and the crucial role of higher education in discovering solutions to urgent issues such as climate change and the need for sustainable development.
Why should universities collect formative data at the course level if they aim to make evidence-based improvements in learning and teaching? Murat Sözer and Zuhal Zeybekoğlu from the Koç University Office of Learning and Teaching in Turkey explain how they use mid-semester course evaluation as a formative feedback tool to improve learning and teaching both at the course and institutional level.
The University of Aveiro in Portugal organises an intensive training session on Innovation and Global Engagement in Doctoral Education from 25 to 27 March. Registrations are open until 31 January.
UNA Europa, a strategic alliance of eight EUA member universities from across Europe, is celebrating the launch of its project 1Europe with an event in Brussels on 22 January. The consortium composed of KU Leuven, Complutense University of Madrid, the University of Edinburgh, FU Berlin, the University of Bologna, University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and the University of Helsinki was selected to be one of the first ‘European Universities’ under the Erasmus+ pilot call in 2019.