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Registrations to the Annual Conference are open. You read that right—Early Bird registrations are now open for the EURASHE 33rd Annual Conference! Use the promo code EARLY-BIRD-33 and benefit from a 15% discount on the general admission price until 29 February. Special discounts are also available for EURASHE members.
Education and training monitor. This annual report published by the European Commission explores EU education and training systems, and their progress towards achieving the EU-level target. The 2023 edition has a special focus on the teaching profession, zooming in on teacher shortages across the Member States, as well as their various efforts to raise the attractiveness of the profession.
Eurobarometer: Skills shortages a major issue for SMEs. A new Eurobarometer survey, released on 14 November, finds that skills shortages are one of the most serious problems for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in the EU. The challenge of skills shortages has grown over the years and now encompasses all EU Member States and all sectors of the economy.
SAVE THE DATE! EURASHE 33rd Annual Conference. We are delighted to announce the EURASHE 33rd Annual Conference, taking place at St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences (St. Pölten, Austria) on 22-23 May 2024. The event will feature high level keynote speeches, panel discussions, and breakout sessions. It will build on the experience of the European Universities Initiative and other examples of deep transnational cooperation among applied higher education institutions.