Matilde Revelli is the new Communication and Events Officer of EURASHE. Get to know her better through this interview, where she shares her views about EURASHE, inspirations, and interests. Hello Matilde, could you introduce yourself to the EURASHE network? Who are...
Result of three and a half year Erasmus+ funded UASiMAP project Applied universities are an important part of cities and regions, closely linked to economic and social life. They provide firms with locally relevant practice-based research and highly skilled graduates....
We are thrilled to welcome the American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland as a new Full Member and the first Swiss higher education institution to join EURASHE. The American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland (AUS) is a private higher education...
On the 4th of July, EURASHE hosted its annual Summer Cocktails, bringing together the Brussels policy community in a vibrant networking event with food and live music. One of the event’s highlights was the introduction of the new EURASHE Board, including...
EURASHE recently held its 32nd Annual Conference in Bucharest, Romania, entitled ‘Skills for Europe: Mobilising Higher Education for the Green and Digital Transitions’. It made an important contribution to the European Year of Skills, that was launched by...
On 4 April, the EURASHE delegation led by President Armando Pires visited the central campus of its member, the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania, to discuss the preparations for the EURASHE 32nd Annual Conference ‘Skills For Europe’. EURASHE...
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