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Upcoming events

Learn more about all the events, workshops and meetings happening this year:

Summer Cocktails 2024

3 Jul 2024

Brussels, Belgium


Join us for the ultimate Higher Education networking event right in the heart of Brussels, as we toast the culmination of an incredible academic year.

Knowledge or Skills

This seminar reflects on the challenges linked to skills offer and demand in European universities and will lead to a policy brief by EURASHE.

13 Sep 2024

Marseille, France


Annual Conference

Our last Annual Conference took place on 22-23 May 2024 in St. Pölten, Austria. Click here for more information

Our Annual Conferences significantly contribute to the professional development of our members and are therefore vitally important for European professional higher education. A EURASHE conference attracts a diversity of delegates – heads of institutions, higher education practitioners, policy-makers, academics and students – from the education community across Europe and beyond its borders. It is recognised as a communication platform for education experts and professionals and characterised by its innovative and refreshing approach. Each year, our conference theme explores a new issue relevant to Applied Higher Education.


Interested in our annual conferences?
Read more about our past ones below

Previous Annual Conferences

Learn more about past EURASHE annual conferences, taking place all over Europe since 1990.

Stronger Together | EURASHE 33rd Annual Conference

We are delighted to announce the EURASHE 33rd Annual Conference, which will take place on 22-23 May 2024 at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences in St. Pölten, Austria.  Every year, EURASHE gathers the Higher Education community to discuss and draft a shared path on relevant topics for the present and the future of education. Don't miss the chance to be a part of this event, save the date and join us!

30th annual conference

The concept of sustainable development, which is fundamental for the European Union, is based on a large holistic approach to a whole range of interlinked global challenges. The Union, represented by the European Commission, has been instrumental in preparing Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, adopted by the United Nations in 2015.


The Conference is taking place the 23-24 of May 2022 in Brussels at the EPHEC campus, and those who can’t physically attend the event will have the possibility to follow it online. EURASHE would like to have a dynamic conference, with participatory approaches, such as world cafe, breakout rooms and good practice examples.

Webinar Library

This library lists all past webinars organised by EURASHE, to make Applied Higher Education accessible to all directly from their home or office.

The Road to Tirana

As we gear up to honour 25 years of the Bologna Process, we invite the EURASHE community to reflect with us on its successes and shortcomings so far. What have the Bologna Process and Bologna Follow-up Group (BFUG) accomplished? And what can still be improved?

EURASHE Membership Webinar

Join us to discover how to maximise the benefits of your EURASHE membership, or why your institution should consider joining. EURASHE members are located across 32 countries, representing over 550 Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) across Europe and beyond. But how can you leverage this network, enhance the visibility of your institution, gain insights, influence policy, or even contribute to leading the association?

Quality Assurance Fit for the Future

What do Higher Education Institutions want from quality assurance? Are current quality assurance activities adequately responding to emerging trends in higher education? Are more regulations necessary to improve quality assurance processes? Tune in to hear perspectives on these guiding questions by EUA and EURASHE experts.

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EURASHE Communities of Practice

The EURASHE Communities of Practice are an informal peer learning format for liaison persons and leaders of HEIs to learn, share and push initiatives to boost research, skills and quality assurance in Higher Education. The three Communities of Practice hold meetings, workshops and panels to determine and present their work.