The European University Association (EUA) would like to draw attention to the impact the...
EUA has presented a comprehensive response to the “Plan S” consultation launched by Science...
EUA has published a preview of the results of the latest edition of its Big Deals survey. The...
EUA has opened a call for contributions to a series of workshops on research assessment in the transition to Open Science. The 2019 workshop will focus on “Research Assessment for Researchers’ Recruitment and Career Progression”.Read more
The INVITED survey on strategies towards equity, diversity and inclusion at universities is now open.Read more
Take part in the campaign to improve funding conditions for universities in the next generation of European funding programmes.Read more
The EFFECT project produced a feasibility study on how teaching enhancement can be promoted in the most efficient manner at the European level. Launched at the 2019 European Learning & Teaching Forum, it presents and discusses approaches for pedagogic staff development already explored in European higher education institutions and systems. It also proposes European approaches to support and enhance learning and teaching.
The European University Association (EUA) would like to draw attention to the impact the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market will have on European higher education and research.
Research-based education is happening in Europe, but there are clear challenges with how it is defined and understood. Bjørn Stensaker from the University of Oslo breaks down the topic and makes some proposals on how to truly unite research and education.
As discussions are underway at the European Learning & Teaching Forum, EUA’s Tia Loukkola gives an overview of the extensive work taking place in the field, including reports, lessons learnt by EUA members and what the Bologna Process can bring to the field.
In light of rapid digital transformations in higher education and beyond, the International Association of Universities (IAU) is developing a Policy Statement to outline the key values and principles that must underpin these changes. IAU invites higher education institutions to contribute to shaping this statement through an online consultation.
The Joint Research Centre (JRC) Pilot project: "Science meets Parliaments/Science meets Regions" aims to ensure that policy development is informed by the best scientific advice possible, not only at EU level, but also at national, regional and local levels.