Networking Session on the European Universities Initiative Open to EURASHE members and non-members 20 Oct 2023 Meeting | Online 14:00 – 15:30 CEST This networking session aims to facilitate collaboration and knowledge sharing among EURASHE members and other...
EURASHE Membership Webinar Getting the most from EURASHE Membership 6 Oct 2023 Webinar | Online 14:00 -15:00h CEST Join us to know how better to use your EURASHE membership, or why your institution should join. EURASHE has 56 members, from 32 countries, representing...
Quality assurance fit for the future 7 September 2023 Webinar Online 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...
Webinar on Inclusive student engagement as driver of quality education in PHE InclusiPHE EURASHE is organising a webinar on inclusive student engagement as a driver of quality PHE in the framework of the InclusiPHE project, whose mission is to improve policies,...
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