EURASHE is now looking for an association of Higher Education or an institution of Higher Education to host the 33rd EURASHE Annual Conference, which is scheduled to take place in the spring of 2024. Since 1991, EURASHE has organised an Annual Conference, the purpose...
Maja Momiroska is the new Executive Officer of EURASHE. Get to know her better through this interview, where she shares her views about EURASHE, interests, and motivations. Hello Maja, could you introduce yourself to the EURASHE network? Who are you? Hello!The most...
Jakub Grodecki is the new Project and Policy Officer of EURASHE. Get to know him better through this interview, where he shares his views about EURASHE, inspirations, and interests. Hello Jakub, could you introduce yourself to the EURASHE network? Who are you? Hello...
The EURASHE 31st Annual Conference was held last month in Brussels, titled ‘Next Generation PHE: Skills relevance, Inclusion, Digitalisation, Innovation’. Experts in professional higher education, officials from European Union and rectors joined to share...
The European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE) expresses its heartfelt sympathy and solidarity with Ukraine, following the unjustified and cruel invasion by the Russian Federation. EURASHE urges its members to fully support...
25 year old Miranda Pastor is the new Communication and Events Assistant of EURASHE. Get to know her better through this interview, where she shares her views about EURASHE, professional experiences, and artistic inspirations. Hello Miranda, could you introduce...
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