European Universities Initiative
The 35 German universities and higher education institutions that are represented in existing European University Alliances published a joint statement on the full roll-out of the European Universities Initiative.
The study examines how ongoing university transformations in research and innovation can best be accompanied by EU support.
On 30 September 2020, the European Commission published a Communication on the further development of the existing European Education Action Plan (2018-2020) in a new period from 2021 to 2027.
On 15 September, the European Parliament adopted its own-initiative report "Effective measures to green Erasmus+, the Creative Europe programme and the European Solidarity Corps".
In a guest commentary in the Süddeutsche Zeitung, DAAD President Mukherjee pleads for more financial resources for the future Erasmus+ programme 2021-2027.
The National Agency for EU Higher Education Cooperation within the DAAD has published its Erasmus+ Annual Report for 2019 and presents interesting facts and figures about the EU programme.
The DAAD has commissioned a study on “Internationalisation in Higher Education for Society”, a field that so far has been rarely the focus of research.
The Erasmus+ budget reached a new record high in 2018 with 2,8 Billion EUR (an increase by 10% compared to the previous year), according to the annual report of the European Commission.
Germany has become the most important non-englishspeaking host country for international students, but also more german students and researchers are going abroad.
The annual report informs about the past year 2018: the priorities and most important initiatives of the EU in the field of higher education, as well as the activities of the DAAD Brussels office.
Future of EU Higher Ed Policy
Here you can find an overview of the development process, the ideas and political decision papers.