EU Higher Education Policy

  • DAAD & EUA Roundtable on 29 June 2023 in Brussels

    Stakeholders from across Europe came together to share their experiences, present initiatives and develop ideas to support students and researchers at risk.

  • Spanish presidency of the Council of the EU

    Under the motto "Europe, closer", Spain took on the six-month Presidency of the Council of the EU

  • Consultation on learning mobility

    The consultation package included an online survey, a citizens' forum and a study as evidence-based sources for the development of the Commission's proposal.

  • Initiatives and measures to invest in tomorrow’s talents

    Against the background of the demographic, green and digital transitions and the skills shortages in Europe, the European Year of Skills, kicking off on 9 May 2023, is intended to give fresh impetus to lifelong learning and re- and upskilling initiatives to meet workforce and talent demands.

  • Celebrating EU-ASEAN People to People Cooperation on Higher Education

    The European Commission, in collaboration with the DAAD, the British Council, Nuffic and ENQA, invites stakeholders to reflect on higher education and research as a channel for EU-ASEAN cooperation.

  • Workshop "Team Europe for students at risk?"

    In the context of the Czech EU Council Presidency, the DAAD Brussels office is organising a workshop at the CZEDUCON 22 conference on students at risk.

  • Striving for a Strong & Global Europe in Challenging Times

    The DAAD Brussels Office and the Permanent Representation of Germany to the EU are organising a hybrid event on the role of international cooperation in innovation, research and higher education.

  • Priorities in Education and Research

    On 1 July 2021, Slovenia took over the Presidency of the Council of the EU as the last partner of the trio Germany-Portugal-Slovenia. The country will complete the jointly set initiatives.

  • Feedback and Suggestions concerning Higher Education from the National Agency at DAAD

    Based on more than 30 years of experience in implementing the Erasmus programme in Germany, the National Agency at DAAD has developed a feedback on the Commission’s proposal for the future programme 2021-2027.

  • Reflections by the Directors of the National Agencies for Education and Training

    The directors of the National Agencies with activities in the areas of education and training in Erasmus+ share a number of joint reflections on the Commissions’ proposal for the future Erasmus programme (2021-2027).



Screenshot of map with location of DAAD-office marked