The first pilot call under the European Universities Initiative has resulted in applications from 54 alliances, involving more than 300 higher education institutions from 31 European countries including all EU Member States. The institutions include comprehensive and research-based universities, universities of applied sciences, technical universities, as well as art and medical schools.
Blockchain is an emerging technology, with almost daily announcements on its applicability to everyday life. It is perceived to provide significant opportunities to disrupt traditional products and services due to the distributed, decentralised nature of blockchains, and features such as the permanence of the blockchain record, and the ability to run smart contracts.
download future (CC0 Public domain http://www.publicdomainpictures.net/view-image.php?image=221605&picture=download-future) Future of Europe: Towards a European Education Area by 2025 Strasbourg, 14 November 2017 With the debate on the future of Europe in full swing, the European Commission is today setting out its vision for how we can create a European Education Area by 2025- >>Full Press release
European Commission Newsletter – September 2017 , DG Education, Youth, Sport and Culture European Commission behandelt die Themen: Top News European Week of Sport set to kick off in Estonia “Heritage and Nature: a landscape of possibilities”: the theme for the 2017 European Heritage Day Success stories of the month Urban youth cultures an sustainability […]