European Universities Coordinators' Meeting 2024

European Universities Coordinators' Meeting 2024 picture
Brussels, February 7-8, 2024 — The European Universities Coordinators' Meeting 2024 convened in Brussels on February 7th and 8th, uniting 150 participants from 50 alliances across Europe. Hosted by the European Commission and the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), the event served as a catalyst for collaboration, innovation, and strategic dialogue within the higher education community.


Representatives from diverse European University Alliances converged to discuss policy priorities, project management strategies, and emerging challenges facing the initiative. The agenda featured insightful sessions on the long-term financial sustainability of the alliances, effective grant management frameworks, and the pivotal role of communication in fostering cross-alliance cooperation.

Breakout sessions provided a platform for in-depth discussions on various topics, including key performance indicators (KPIs), Erasmus mobility, and enhancing student engagement. Participants actively shared best practices, exchanged ideas, and forged new partnerships, underscoring the spirit of collaboration that defines the European Universities Initiative.

Key themes that emerged from the meeting include the importance of robust quality management practices, the need for transparent communication channels, and a shared commitment to investing in Europe's educational future. The event showcased the growing momentum behind the European University Alliances initiative and highlighted its role as a driving force for positive change in higher education.

As the meeting concluded, participants departed with renewed energy and a collective determination to advance the goals of the European Universities initiative. With a firm foundation of collaboration and innovation, the alliances are poised to shape the future landscape of higher education in Europe and beyond.

For more information and updates on the European Universities Initiative, visit [Website].