The UNESCO General Conference has adopted the Global Convention on the Recognition of Higher...
On 7 November the first 17 alliances of the European Universities Initiative were launched in...
On 8 November, the first ever joint meeting of member state education and finance ministers at...
The call for contributions for the 2020 EUA-CDE Annual Meeting is now out. The deadline to submit contributions is 10 February 2020.Read more
EUA is looking for four new members for the Learning & Teaching Steering Committee, which oversees EUA’s Learning & Teaching activities from March 2020 to February 2022. The deadline to apply is 9 January 2020.Read more
The call for contributions for the 2020 EUA Annual Conference is now out. The call seeks proposals for presentations and workshops. The deadline to submit proposals is 9 January 2020.Read more
EUA is inviting applications from member universities to host the following events in 2021 and 2022: EUA Annual Conference and General Assembly, European Learning & Teaching Forum and European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF).Read more
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.
Based on the data collected for the 2019 Big Deals Survey Report, this publication aims to deliver additional transparency of the dynamics of the scholarly publishing market by providing insights and indicators on the costs, publication volumes and timelines of Big Deal contracts. The report is part of EUA’s support to universities and consortia striving to create a transparent and sustainable open access publishing system, in particular in the context of Plan S.
The support for student engagement in volunteering, civic, cultural, associative and solidarity activities is becoming part of the institutional agenda at European higher education institutions. The European Student Engagement Project (European STEP), addresses this topic. Katarzyna Kucharska from the University of Warsaw, which participates in European STEP, discusses the question of how European universities recognise student engagement.
The quality of student assessment is one of the major concerns in Europe’s universities. Emmanuel Sylvestre from the University of Lausanne in Switzerland discusses the issues related to student assessment and the concrete actions his university takes to contribute to the improvement of assessment practices.
The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT) organises the final dissemination seminar of the Erasmus+ Refugees and Recognition – Toolkit 2 (REACT) project on 17 January 2020 in Brussels.
ELIA, the European League of Institutes of the Arts, invites representatives of its member institutions to send their contributions for the 16th edition of the ELIA Biennial 2020: “Expanding the arts”, hosted by Zurich University of the Arts on 18 – 21 November 2020. The deadline is 9 January 2020.