Skills Community of Practice at the LLLWeek 2023 Good practices in Applied Higher Education for all 1 Dec 2023 European Parliament Brussels, Belgium During this workshop, the Skills CoP will be showcasing initiatives and projects contributing to skills development...
EU-Africa Conference: Applied Sciences as drivers for regional innovation ecosystems in Africa 5-6 September 2023 Brussels, Belgium Hybrid The DAAD Brussels office, in partnership with the European Commission, OBREAL Global, EURASHE, EDUFI, Nuffic and a network of...
EURASHE Summer Cocktails 2023 4 July 2023 Brussels, Belgium Face-to-face 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, applaud the remarkable achievements of...
Policy Workshop | University-Business Cooperation Whilst, universities and industry working in close cooperation are engines of innovation, it is PEOPLE who are the most crucial factor in transferring knowledge and innovation across institutions, mobilising resources,...
EURASHE Research Community of Practice (ResCoP) 11 November 2022 Brussels (Belgium) Agenda 09:30 Welcome from the co-leaders (Thomas Berger and Nijole Zinkeviciene) & Introductions 10:00 Conclusions meeting in Fulda 11:00 Introduction to RECAPHE...
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