Projects

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.

Ongoing

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.

SHEFCE

SHEFCE

This project is a follow-up to the project TEFCE – Towards a European Framework for Community Engagement in Higher Education which developed a toolbox to support universities and policymakers in supporting community engagement.

Past Projects

EURASHE also contributes to projects through consultative, advisory and stakeholder boards. Here are some projects where EURASHE contributed and are now completed:

MENTORTRAIN

MENTORTRAIN

The MentorTrain project will help to define the specific competencies and to develop a relevant curriculum.
IMPACCT

IMPACCT

The main objective of the IMPACCT project was to improve the relevance and quality of education of medical and nursing students in Europe.