Postal addressThe Guild of European
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As universities across Europe move to online teaching at record speed, a number of activities are being put in place at Guild member universities to support students and staff members navigate this extraordinary situation.
In the position paper published today, the member universities of The Guild outline key priorities and principles that must be at the core of a renewed European Research Area (ERA).
EU budget supporting the Africa-EU Partnership should ring-fence at least €1bn per annum for strengthening African research universities, working in partnership with European universities
The Presidents of The Guild’s member universities call for research, education and innovation to be prioritised as part of the future EU-UK relationship.
Guild Vice-Presidents had a stimulating meeting at the European Commission, discussing how universities can engage with the Commission’s environmental agenda with Kurt Vandenberghe, advisor for the European Green Deal at von der Leyen’s cabinet.
On the 10th of January 2020, The Guild Vice-Presidents welcomed Professor Mauro Ferrari, at the end of his first full week as new President of the European Research Council.
On 5 December 2019 The Guild Forum on the European Universities Initiative offered an opportunity to consider the academic priorities and challenges presented by European Universities. The discussion came at a critical moment, when the first European Universities kicked off their activities, the second pilot call had been published, and when policymakers began turning their minds to the full implementation phase in the next Erasmus+ programme.
The Guild publishes recommendations on European education policies for CULT Committee members.
The Guild publishes recommendations on European research and education policies for ITRE Committee members.
The Guild publishes recommendations on European research and education policies ahead of the commissioner candidate hearings.
The Guild together with 14 European university and research organisations call for an ambitious Horizon Europe budget to foster excellent cross-border research and innovation (R&I). This investment is essential to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and build a prosperous future for European society.
The Guild congratulates the seventeen winning alliances on the opportunity to become truly integrated European Universities.
In the position paper published today, The Guild’s academic communities identify priority areas for Horizon Europe’s Health cluster.