EURASHE 32ND ANNUAL CONFERENCE
EURASHE is delighted with the last Annual Conference ‘ Skills for Europe’ results, held at the University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania. More than 160 participants from 28 countries joined us to discuss and draft a shared path on skills for higher education.
Thank you very much!
NEW EURASHE BOARD 2023-2025
After our last General Assembly on the 7th of June, we welcome the new EURASHE Board for the mandate 2023-2025. The Board will be led by President Hannes Raffaseder (St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences) and Vice-Presidents Nijolė Zinkevičienė (Vilniaus Kolegija) and Jon Altuna (Mondragon University). It will be completed by Claudia Kreipl (Hochschule Fulda), Ulla Preeden (Tartu Health Care College), Luis Loures (Instituto Politécnico de Portalegre), Valentin Navrapescu (University Politehnica of Bucharest), Liam Brown (Technological University of the Shannon), Pascale De Groote (Vlaamse Hogescholenraad) and Regis Debrulle (University College Ghent) as Treasurer.
We are delighted to be part of this project, which aims to drive European economic competitiveness and support the green and digital transition by promoting applied innovation and research (AIR) in vocational education and training (VET) for SMEs and industry.
The ATHENA project was presented at the Media for All Conference in Antwerp yesterday. The project aims to develop a set of recommendations on integrating Accessibility and Design For All into the Higher Education Curricula.
2nd EUROPEAN EDUCATION AND INNOVATION SUMMIT
EURASHE president Hannes Raffaseder participated in a panel discussion during the European Education and Innovation Summit, discussing how Higher Education and Innovation actors can join forces and foster collaborations.
EUROPEAN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
John Edwards, EURASHE Secretary General, joined the 5th Edition of the European Leadership Academy Summer School for Female Leadership in Valencia and discussed the importance of global collaboration and the role of Women in Tech in creating an inclusive future.
30 EUAs selected for erasmus+ funding
30 European Universities alliances have been selected under the 2023 Erasmus+ call, further supporting the rollout of the European Universities initiative.
We congratulate EURASHE members and successful Universities Alliances coordinators, Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences and the Polytechnic of Leiria.
We are delighted to see other Applied Universities within the selected and re-selected alliances. We are looking forward to new collaborations.
CALL FOR PAPERS BY THE HELLENIC AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
Hellenic American University announces the 4th International Europe in Discourse Conference. This Conference, too, aims to explore Europe through all its dimensions, history, culture, geography and values. The objective is to create an international and interdisciplinary platform for discussing how Europe is understood and constantly shaped through aspects that can be theoretically approached and empirically identified.
new eurashe member
EURASHE welcomes the American Institute of Applied Sciences in Switzerland (AUS) as a new Full Member. AUS offers Bachelor and Master programmes of Science in Business Administration with several specialisations and short training in Swift coding as an Apple Authorised Training Centre.
ERASMUS+ MOBILITY IMPACT UPON STUDENTS’ CAREER DEVELOPMENT
This survey aims to discover what services and support your institution offers to help mobile students during their international student lifecycle.
APPLIED SCIENCES AS DRIVERS FOR REGIONAL INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS IN AFRICA – 5&6 SEPTEMBER
Against the background of the Sustainable Development Goals, the Africa-EU Joint Vision for 2030, the Global Gateway Strategy, the EU-AU Innovation Agenda and the African Union’s Agenda 2063, the need for a stronger focus on applied sciences is paramount for the benefit of the social and economic development in Africa.
ALL DIGITAL SUMMIT 2023: SKILLS FOR DIGITAL TOMORROW
The Summit programme features engaging lectures, insightful panels, interactive workshops, and presentations on digital education, emphasising emerging technologies and their impact on education and society. With over 200 participants expected, it promises to be a valuable networking opportunity. We’d like to invite you to take a look at the details.
LLLP NEW STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
During the last Lifelong Learning Platform General Assembly, members elected the new president, Elisa Gambardella (Solidar), and the new four members of the Steering Committee: Jonathan Harding (EfVET), Caridad Alarcón Sanchéz (OBESSU), Matteo Vespa (ESU), and Piotr Sadowski (Volunteurope).