The next CHARM-EU World Café aims to define problem spaces to work with in the final, Capstone phase of our Master’s programme by discussing with students, academics and other external actors challenges related to sustainability.
The 32nd Annual EAIE Conference and Exhibition will take place 13–16 September in Barcelona, Spain. Save the date for Europe’s largest international education event of the year at Fira Barcelona Gran Via.
Being inclusive is one of the core values of the CHARM-EU alliance. As we are engaged in the process of making higher education in Europe more inclusive and accessible, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) will host the first ever CHARM-EU Inclusion Conference in Budapest on 16th September 2022.
On 26 October 2022, Girls Go Circular – in collaboration with the European Commission, Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (DG EAC) – is organising the second edition of the Women and Girls in STEM Forum. The event will gather researchers, practitioners, and influential stakeholders in STEM and gender equality and connect them with the students participating in Girls Go Circular’s innovative learning programme.
The second edition’s theme is “Empowering Girls in Science and Technology”.The Women and Girls in STEM Forum will also celebrate the participation of thousands of girls from 11 European countries in the Girls Go Circular project and offer them the opportunity to receive mentoring from leading professionals.
This year’s European Research and Innovation Days gives you the opportunity to discuss and shape new solutions to strengthen Europe’s resilience and its strategic autonomy. Join us to debate how research and innovation deliver on the European Commission’s priorities.
The event, entitled “Connecting people, spaces and realities”, will be hosted by the University of Deusto in Bilbao, Spain, on 2-3 February 2023. TMhe European Learning & Teaching Forum is an opportunity for the European higher education community to exchange on institutional practice in learning and teaching, and on European higher education policy. The Forum welcomes members of higher education institutions, in particular vice-rectors for academic affairs, deans, heads of learning and teaching centres, as well as management and students, but also policy-makers and other stakeholders.