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    EUA has published a call for interest to host its Annual Conference and General Assembly 2016 and would like to encourage its members to submit a declaration of interest before the deadline of 15 December 2014.

    The European Commission recently announced the publication of the “Erasmus Impact Study – Effects of mobility on the skills and employability of students and the internationalisation of higher education institutions”. Ministers at the recent Competitiveness Council discussed a number of issues related to research including progress on the European Research Area, while the candidates proposed as Commissioners for the next European Commission led by Jean-Claude Juncker have been taking part in hearings at the European Parliament.

    EUA’s Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP) is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this year, a milestone that has been marked by the launch of a new publication and an event in Brussels on 18 September.

    EUA’s Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) is to prepare a new policy initiative designed to set the agenda for doctoral education in the next decade.

    On 16 September, the European Commission (EC) presented its latest European Research Area (ERA) Progress Report, which aims to provide an update on progress towards the ERA priorities. The report is accompanied by the ERA facts and figures 2014 publication which includes a section with details of actions carried out by EUA and other European organisations involved in the ERA Stakeholder platform.

    EUA is currently coordinating the EUREQA project* (“Empowering Universities to fulfil their responsibility for Quality Assurance”) which aims to support universities in the Western Balkans in developing their internal QA systems. In the context of this project, the EUA publication, “Examining Quality Culture” (parts II and III) has been translated into Albanian, Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian. Meanwhile, the third EUREQA training workshop took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 4 to 5 September.

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