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    Europe needs talented students and researchers in order to achieve its goals for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth. For this reason, the European University Association (EUA) welcomes the initiative to revise the Directive on the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals for the purposes of research, studies, pupil exchange, remunerated and unremunerated training, voluntary service and au pairing.

    On 15 September, EUA organised the ATHENA project final event “Fostering university autonomy in the Eastern neighbourhood” in Brussels. The event brought together 80 participants from ATHENA partner universities, ministries and missions of Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine to the European Union as well as representatives from the EU institutions and other Brussels-based stakeholders.

    EUA’s "European Platform of Universities in Energy Research & Education (EUA-EPUE)" has launched the second phase of its survey to continue gathering information on university research and education programmes at Master and Doctorate level in the field of energy.

    Early-bird registration for the 10th European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) is open until 5 October 2015. Registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, so register now to secure your place for this year’s Forum, which will take place in London, UK, on 19-21 November 2015, hosted by the Quality Assurance Agency/UCL Institute of Education.

    EUA has recently conducted a workshop on its U-B Tool (Assessment Tool for University-Business Collaborative Research Partnerships) on the occasion of the Coneeect symposium on Entrepreneurship Education held in Berlin on 10-11 September.

    On 11 September, the European Commission launched an online consultation on the European Charter for Access to Research Infrastructures. The Charter defines non-regulatory principles and guidelines that can be used, on a voluntary basis, in the definition of rules and conditions for access to research infrastructures.

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