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    EUA has launched its new Learning & Teaching Initiative with the aim of putting more focus on the topic at European universities. Building on EUA’s policy work on learning and teaching, including participation in the Bologna Process and contributions to EU processes, the newly-launched Initiative intends to set a more sustained approach for dialogue and cooperation with EUA’s members on this crucial topic.

    EUA has published a second factsheet concerning Brexit and the possible consequences for European universities. It is well known that the UK plays a vital role in the European Research Area and that it is a very important destination for mobile students. The “EUA Brexit Factsheet: UK – European Research Collaboration and Student Mobility” puts numbers on this role as the UK stands out in all areas as a contributor to the European system.

    EUA has published the “Roadmap for European Universities in Energy.” It outlines a path forward for universities to coordinate their contributions to energy and climate challenges.

    EUA would like to invite its members to participate in its Open Access survey 2016. The aim is to develop a European and comprehensive view of the degree to which institutional policies on Open Access to research publications and research data management have been developed and implemented in European universities.

    This week the EU Council and Parliament formally adopted the Union's budget for 2017.

    The 3rd UNI-SET Energy Clustering Event, “Universities in the Energy Transition: Focus on Smart Energy Systems and Communities,” took place from 21 to 23 November 2016 at the University Politehnica of Bucharest in Romania.

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