information on annual conference, work programme, ESG 2015, new members, excellence & PHExcel, and more
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Our 26th Annual Conference will take place in Serbia (Belgrade) on 21-22 April 2016. The main conference theme will be centres of cooperation striving for excellence: professional higher education and the world of work. Sessions will be structured around 3 tracks on employability, regional development, and innovation. Registrations are now open online, further information will soon become available.
The conference will be preceded by a meeting of EURASHE's General Assembly on Wednesday 20 April 2016.


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In 2016 EURASHE will continue to address its main four thematics: mission of professional higher education; quality of higher education; modernising professional higher education; and research, development and innovation. The full work programme for the year is available on our website.

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The ESG are the basis for quality assurance in the EHEA. They are one of the main achievements of the Bologna Process and its follow-up structure, the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) in the past decade. The ESG 2015 were adopted by ministers in charge of higher education in the EHEA during their conference in Yerevan, in May 2015. The ESG 2015 have now been published with the support of the EQUIP project.

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In the second half of 2015, EURASHE has had the pleasure to welcome 6 new members. They are higher education institutions from Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Greece and the United States, More information on our members, and on how to become a member, is available on our website.

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The material of the PHExcel conference on excellence in higher education is now available on our website. The conference took place on 18-19 November in London and addressed excellence in teaching and learning, research development and innovation, as well as policy and strategy. View all the presentations and more on our website.

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The European Commission has started to review the EU's modernisation agenda for higher education, published in 2011, to ensure EU activities in higher education are as useful as possible. As part of this review, the Commission has launched an online consultation to collect the views of stakeholders about the current situation in Europe's higher education systems, as well as on priorities for change. The consultation is open until 29 February 2016.

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Our members Hellenic American University and Hellenic American College are organising on 23-26 September 2016 in Athens a conference to examine issues in the ongoing construction of European identity, including notions of diversity and (physical and symbolic) borders. You can still submit a proposal for a panel until 15 December.

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The 2016 University-Industry Interaction Conference (1-3 June 2016, Amsterdam) will be a global meeting and discussion forum for researchers, practitioners and business representatives on university-industry interaction, innovation and entrepreneurship, where theory and practice are equally emphasised in the programme. A call for abstracts and proposals on the themes of the conference has been launched and closes on 14 December.

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