The Bologna Process is a mechanism promoting intergovernmental cooperation between 48 European countries in the field of higher education.
European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is a unique international collaboration on higher education and the result of the political will of 48 countries with different political, cultural and academic traditions, which, step by step during the last twenty years, built an area implementing a common set of commitments: structural reforms and shared tools.
Mobility and cooperation.
European Ministers have agreed to double the proportion of students in higher education completing a study or training period abroad to 20% by 2020. Support for mobility remains a core focus of the Erasmus+ programme.
Effective and efficient higher education.
The effectiveness and efficiency of higher education systems relate, in part, to the availability of funding and the promotion of a culture of quality.
Inclusive and connected higher education.
Higher education must play its part in tackling Europe’s social and democratic challenges. This means ensuring that higher education is inclusive and that its institutions are well connected to their communities.
Relevant and high-quality higher education.
Relevant and high-quality higher education equips students with the knowledge and transferable core skills required to succeed after graduation.
Higher education for migrants and refugees.
The EU supports the integration of migrants and refugees into higher education and research through a range of initiatives and funding projects in this field.

Transform-4-Europe European University Alliance Held a Kick-Off Meeting

On 26 January, Transform4Europe (T4E), an alliance of VMU and six other European universities that was officially recognized by the European Commission last year as a ‘European University’, held a virtual kick-off meeting at which it showcased its activities to the participating universities and the alliance’s external partners in the different European regions. The alliance’s ambitious goals […]

Erasmus+: Ca’ Foscari receives maximum score at the European Commission

A new excellent result for our University: the European Commission has approved – with a score of 100/100 – all the proposals made by Ca’ Foscari for the European Charter for Higher Education (the programme that supports Erasmus+ activities among universities) regarding the 2021/2027 seven-year period. The Ca’ Foscari project for the new ECHE was presented in may 2020, […]

European university civis welcomes the university of glasgow as associate partner

In December 2020, the European Commission approved the request to integrate the University of Glasgow into the CIVIS alliance of universities, as an associate partner. The excellent and complementary profile of the University of Glasgow opens up remarkable possibilities for CIVIS in developing key actions in innovation, education, research and civic engagement in Europe and […]

Covid-19 restrictions to remain in place, Macron warns protesting students

Macron was meeting a group of students at Paris-Saclay university, to hear their complaints and concerns over issues raised by Covid-19 restrictions, such as loneliness and despair over the economic downturn impacting their job prospects. Students, like everyone else, are subject to a 6pm-to-6am curfew. “You need to take care of each other,” he said, recognising that many students were […]

International students to benefit as UA92 and Navitas sign new partnership

Students looking to pursue a career in media, business, sport and digital will now have more options available to them as a new partnership is announced today between Navitas, Lancaster University and University Academy 92 (UA92.) Established in 2017 with co-founders Lancaster University (LU) and the Class of ’92 – former Manchester United football players, UA92 offers […]

New academic report underlines challenges and opportunities confronting the UK now it has left the EU

Academics from the Department of Politics and International Relations contribute to new report underlining the challenges and opportunities that confront the United Kingdom now it has left the European Union. Brexit and Beyond, the new report from academic think tank UK in a Changing Europe, brings together some of the country’s leading social scientists including Dr Felicity Matthews, Professor Charlotte Burns, Dr Matthew Wood and Professor Matthew […]

Surrey project to address the problem of indoor air pollution affecting millions in developing countries

According to the World Health Organisation, indoor air pollution exposure leads to 4.3million premature deaths globally. In low-income homes, particularly in developing countries, poor ventilation and inefficient cooking methods expose many to poor indoor air quality. Surrey’s Global Centre for Clean Air Research (GCARE) will work with partners across 11 Official Development Assistance (ODA) countries as part […]

The Cyprus Institute participates in the ‘4CH’ Project to Design a European Competence Centre for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage FE

The Cyprus Institute participates in a new and exciting initiative funded by the European Commission, aimed at creating a European Competence Center for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage, promoting the use of digital technologies for the study, conservation and valorisation of Monuments and Sites.  The allocated grant will help STARC/APAC researchers to develop new methods […]

State of Bavaria funds research consortia in preparation for Excellence Strategy 2026

How can hydrogen make a crucial contribution to environmentally friendly mobility? How can a deeper understanding of our immune system lead to new treatments for infections, tumours and autoimmune diseases? And how can new polymer materials be developed which are suitable for use on and in the human body? These are all questions FAU is […]

European Higher Education Organization is a public organization carrying out academic, educational and information activities on higher education in Europe.

The EHEO general plan stresses that:

  • Higher education systems require adequate funding and, as an investment in economic growth, public spending in higher education should be protected.
  • The challenges faced by higher education require more flexible governance and funding systems, which balance greater autonomy for education institutions with accountability to stakeholders.

Thus, EHEO plans:

  • improve academic and scientific interaction of universities;
  • protect the interests of universities;
  • interact more closely with public authorities of European countries;
  • popularize European higher education in the world;
  • develop academic mobility;
  • seek funding for European universities.