The Student Mobility Summit “EWP Back to the Future” concluded its inaugural edition at the University of Barcelona (UB) with aplomb.
Are the European University Alliances boosting student mobility as hoped, or are students facing the same old barriers?
As the new year begins, the EUF is excited to unveil eight EU-funded projects aimed at enhancing the higher education landscape for students across Europe.
As we conclude 2023, we take a retrospective look at the articles that resonated with our readers for the third consecutive year.
Celebrating 20-year journey of the EUF with academic leaders at Erasmus University Rotterdam. We have come a long way and have many challenges ahead.
Learn more about the enriching experiences and feedback from participants in the Learning, Teaching, and Training activity for the Erasmus+ 60 project.
If you are attending the EAIE conference in Rotterdam from the 26th to the 29th of September, be sure to meet the members of the EUF team! Learn more
As part of an informal EUF working group on European University alliances’ implementation, we organized a workshop on July 3rd to discuss the pilots involving member universities. Learn more
Students and Universities express their dismay at the news of the use of Erasmus+ funds to support new marketing initiatives.
Held under the Erasmus Goes Digital series, the SUDTE final conference delved into the lessons learned in the digital transformation of higher education.
At the Second Erasmus+ Salon, experts discussed socioeconomic obstacles to student mobility and grant calculation scenarios for a fairer and more inclusive programme.
Discover the highlights of the relaunched Erasmus Salons, where experts discussed the pressing issue of student housing.
Learn how to make internationalisation practices more sustainable. Insights from the latest EUF Knowledge Exchange Community session.
Discover the insights gained from the COMPASS project’s March 28th webinar, revealing key strategies for supporting students’ international mobility choices.
In light of the ongoing evaluation process of the Erasmus+ programme 2021/2027, the EUF, ESU and ESN have joined forces to produce a joint review of the first years of the current programme.