EURASHE develops innovative and hands-on projects in response to the challenges facing European higher education. Our approach is multi-disciplinary, politically independent and combines (applied) research and policy development with concrete initiatives. EURASHE also contributes to projects through consultative, advisory and stakeholder boards.
Following EURASHE’s commitment to Professional Higher Education, we would like to showcase the projects we are currently working on. The projects are divided into the main four EURASHE policy areas.
BSWE FOR2030 (Bologna with Stakeholders Eyes for an Innovative, Inclusive and Interconnected EHEA by 2030) is the new Erasmus+ project led by ESU from September 2022 until August 2024. The project is built on the work of the first round of the project Bologna with stakeholders’ Eyes for a Stronger Future of the Bologna Process (BSWE FORward).
The QA-FIT project aims to gather comprehensive evidence and reflect if and how the current EHEA framework of the ESG is perceived to limit the responsiveness of quality assurance to trends and innovations in higher education.
The Meridies Consortium translates a strong commitment of the HEIs involved with the development of the territory, contributing not only to meet the educational and training needs, but also to retain and attract qualified human resources.
UASiMAP collects the regional impact of engagement activities on European Universities of Applied Sciences.
EURASHE also contributes to projects through consultative, advisory and stakeholder boards. Here are some projects where EURASHE contributed and are now completed: