Informations européennes
24 septembre 2017

A common message of 50 million voices and your personal stories: The winning strategy for the MSPI

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "fuen.org"Great news coming from Berlin! The last few months were about intensive work for the FUEN, and the Minority SafePack Initiative’s general campaign is now on go: the Management Team of the campaign has presented their plans and ideas to the Presidium and has started the work with FUEN staff on organising the EU-level campaign. More...

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23 septembre 2017

Tearing down walls to build the future

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Partly-funded by the UK Research Partnership Investment Fund, the University of Dundee’s Discovery Centre is “tearing down disciplinary walls” to achieve translational and interdisciplinary research. More...

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What is HEFCE’s role in regulating senior pay in higher education?

Résultat de recherche d'images pour The level of senior pay in higher education institutions is clearly of interest to students and the general public. The topic is currently much in debate, and has led some to ask how regulation works in the sector. More...

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UKRPIF funding of £220 million available to develop leading-edge research facilities

Résultat de recherche d'images pour Round 6 of the UK Research Partnership Investment Fund will make £220 million available to universities across the UK for the development of leading-edge research facilities that support collaboration and excellent research. Interested universities need to submit an initial notification by 10 November 2017. More...

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Government announcement on expansion of undergraduate medical education: HEFCE response

Résultat de recherche d'images pour The Government has committed to fund an extra 1,500 medical places by 2020. Today’s announcement confirms that following HEFCE’s successful allocation of 500 student places to existing medical education providers for 2018-19, the remaining 1,000 places are to be allocated through a competitive process jointly led by HEFCE and Health Education England (HEE), which we expect to launch in the Autumn. More...

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Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data published

Résultat de recherche d'images pour The Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data is a set of official experimental statistics on employment and earnings outcomes of higher education graduates by degree subject studied and university attended. More...

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Students disappointed by SOTEU: Accessible education is key to the future of Europe

ESU OnlineThe European Students' Union (ESU) and the Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions (OBESSU) welcome this specific focus on the fight against the climate change, especially in light of the recent environmental disasters in the world; and the specific actions related with the migration issue, such as the creation of legal pathways for legal migration. More...

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PUBLIC HEARING on the “European Pillar of Social Rights”

ESU OnlineThe European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) will organise a  public hearing on the European Pillar of Social Rights.
The event will focus on the link between the pillar and the reflection paper on the social dimension of Europe by 2025. We encourage you to save the date if you want to join the event in person. Otherwise, there is webstreaming available. More...

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SFS: Swedish students closer to better welfare!

ESU OnlineFor many years the Swedish National Union of Students’, SFS has called attention to the negative effects Sweden’s current health care system has on students. The system’s large sum of qualification days (30 days compared to a working individual’s single day), and also lack of rehabilitation opportunities and responsibility has led to students dropping out of their studies, getting financial difficulties, and also having a harder time recovering. SFS has worked through campaigns, opinion pieces in media, and several referral responses to different governmental investigations concerning health care systems. The Swedish student movement’s long term work on improving the health care system for students now finally seems to come to a conclusion that will improve the welfare of Swedish students. More...

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CREUP celebrates progress made in the reduction of economic barriers at Spanish Universities

ESU OnlineThe Coordinator of Representatives of Students of Public Universities (CREUP) welcomes the news coming from different Spanish autonomous communities (Andalusia, La Rioja and the Canary Islands) which represent a further step in reducing economic barriers in access and maintenance of Students college life. More...

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