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.
The Erasmus+ report of the National Agency within the DAAD for the year 2018 provides information on the three key actions of the programme and looks back on a successful year.
Future of EU Higher Ed Policy
Here you can find an overview of the development process, the ideas and political decision papers.