Education Collaboration

  • Linking Education and Research towards the European Education Area (Link EDU-RES)

    The LINK EDU-RES project was initiated by the YERUN working group on joint programmes and fits into YERUN’s strategic action on ‘Promoting Education Collaboration’ which has already published guidelines on joint bachelor and master programmes. Therefore, the working group decided it was time to center attention on the internationalisation of doctoral education and the establishment of collaborative and interactive frameworks for its operation. In particular, the project’s main objective is to lay ground for the creation of joint programmes at doctorate level in a European network of research universities. The University of Antwerp coordinates the full project.

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    Published: December 19, 2019 | By: YERUN Office

    BUDS - Building Up Digital Strategists

    The EU-funded BUDS (Building Up Digital Strategists) project is implemented by a consortium composed by five YERUN members (Rome Tor Vergata University, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, University of Eastern Finland, University Nova de Lisboa and University of Antwerp) and three associated partner (YERUN, Antwerp Management School and Confindustria Assoconsult). The wider context of the project is determined by the large impact  Digital Transformation can have on the economic growth potential of Europe and the relevant role Management Consulting industry is playing as a key enabler of digital transformation processes.

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    Published: December 11, 2019 | By: YERUN Office

    YERUN Working Group on Joint Programmes 

    Collaboration in education across universities encourages the cross-fertilisation of ideas and promotes enhancement and innovation of a research-led education to the benefit of our students. YERUN is committed to using the network to maximise exchange and development opportunities for the benefit of staff and students of our members. --> Do you want to study at a YERUN institution? Check here the list of masters (taught in English)!

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    Published: August 1, 2017 | By: YERUN Office

    YERUN Guidelines on Joint Programmes (Bachelor & Master)

    Based on the experience gathered developing Joint Programmes in the last years, YERUN has compiled the information, methodology and necessary steps to make the process of developing a Joint Programme a success. YERUN members are pleased to share their experience with other stakeholders willing to increase their collaboration in their educational strategies with other partners. We hope our experience continues to build on existing materials and paves the way for the creation of more European joint educational programmes.

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    Published: July 31, 2017 | By: YERUN Office
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