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  • Report from EUA's 2nd Funding Forum: ‘Strategies for efficient funding of universities’

    Hosted by the University of Bergamo in Italy, from 9 to 10 October, EUA's 2nd Funding Forum gathered around 250 participants from 35 countries. University leaders and managers, researchers, representatives of student bodies, public authorities and private-sector partners came together to discuss and debate “strategies for efficient funding of universities”.

  • EUA 2014 Public Funding Observatory outlines trends in public funding to universities in Europe

    At EUA’s Funding Forum held last week at the University of Bergamo, EUA presented the 2014 edition of its Public Funding Observatory report, which monitors the impact of the economic crisis on universities and identifies trends in public funding to higher education institutions across Europe since 2008.

  • IEP launches new round of evaluations for 2014-15

    The Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is preparing to evaluate ten universities in the coming academic year. Seven universities will have full evaluations and three further institutions will have follow-up evaluations to assess changes implemented since their last evaluation.

  • EUA/ACA paper outlines observations and recommendations on student and staff mobility policies

    A new paper published by the European University Association (EUA) and the Academic Cooperation Association (ACA), provides a series of observations on and recommendations for enhancing the complementarity between higher education mobility policies (for both students and staff) at the institutional, national and European level. The intention of the publication is to highlight issues that could be of wider relevance across different national systems in Europe and to raise a number of important questions regarding how institutional and national policies both relate and at times diverge.

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