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    Brexit negotiations between the EU and the UK are moving into the second phase. The talks during the coming months will focus on finalising the withdrawal agreement including a transitional regime, and establishing a framework for the future relationship.

    Following the success of the activities under the Learning & Teaching Initiative in 2017, EUA continues its work to support members by providing opportunities for peer-learning and the exchange of good practice.

    At its meeting on 28 February 2018, the EUA Research Policy Working Group (RPWG), chaired by EUA Vice-President Professor Martine Rahier, the Deputy President and Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester and member of the Commissioner’s High-Level Expert Group “Research, Innovation, and Science Policy Experts” (RISE), Professor Luke Georghiou,  was invited to discuss major elements of the next EU Framework Programme for Research & Innovation (FP9), such as mission-driven R&I, multidisciplinarity and the integration of the Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH), the role of a future European Innovation Council (EIC), and recent trends in doctoral education across Europe.

    For its fourth edition, the Funding Forum will be hosted by Ramon Llull University in Barcelona on 18-19 October.

    The EUA Energy and Environment Platform (EUA-EPUE), EIT InnoEnergy and the University of Lorraine would like to invite you to attend the event “European Universities for a Clean Energy Future: Interdisciplinary Education, Training and Research”. The event will be hosted by the University of Lorraine (Nancy, France) on 21-22 March 2018.

    There is still time for universities to apply to host the European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) in November 2019 and 2020.

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