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The call for contributions for the 2025 European Learning & Teaching Forum is now open.

EUA and its Learning & Teaching Steering Committee are inviting proposals for workshops and presentations for the 2025 European Learning & Teaching Forum. The event, entitled ‘2030 and beyond: towards responsive and adaptable higher education’, will be hosted by University College Cork in Ireland on 27-28 February 2025. The deadline to submit proposals is 18 October 2024.

It has become an accepted fact, if not a truism, that we are undergoing a period of change and disruption that poses numerous challenges to higher education, as well as for society at large.  Building agility for unknown challenges that may emerge is thus a key issue for higher education learning and teaching. How can we prepare our students, teachers and institutions for the path ahead? Participants in this future-gazing edition of the European Learning & Teaching Forum will jointly discuss strategies to develop future-readiness in and through learning and teaching. Key questions include how higher education can safeguard its relevance through capacity for adaptation and how graduates can be equipped with responsive and adaptable mindsets.

Leadership and management in higher education institutions, researchers, teachers, students, policy makers and other interested stakeholders are invited to submit proposals for presenting practices or research on enhancing learning and teaching in higher education at the institutional, national or international level. The proposed topics are expected to relate to the Forum theme. For more information, please consult the call.

An initiative launched by the European University Association in 2017, the European Learning & Teaching Forum is an opportunity for the European higher education community to exchange on institutional practice in learning and teaching, and on European higher education policy. The Forum welcomes members of higher education institutions, in particular vice-rectors for academic affairs, deans, heads of learning and teaching centres, as well as management and students, but also policy-makers and other stakeholders.

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