Active in Europe
Active in Europe
We play an active role in European higher education, research and innovation, and are proud to be a founding member of the EUTOPIA European University alliance. In 2022, the European Commission renewed EUTOPIA’s funding, providing a further €14.3 million for EUTOPIA to continue developing a new model for Higher Education in Europe.
Through our membership of prestigious European networks, including The Guild of European Research Intensive Universities, Science|Business and Friends of Europe, we extend our influence within higher education, research, policy and industry across Europe.
Our engagement with Europe at a glance
20.5% of academic staff are from the European Union
2,733 collaborating institutions since 2017 & 17,024 co-authored publications since 2017
Over 3,000 students are from Europe
The mission of EUTOPIA is to build a unique and daring alliance of transformative and engaged institutions. Warwick remains at its heart, and we are ready to reinvent ourselves to build the European university of the future: Professor Seán Hand, Deputy Pro Vice Chancellor (Europe), outlines the value of being a member
Our European Networks
Warwick is proud to be a member of a number of prestigious networks in Europe. These networks provide Warwick with a wealth of opportunities to effectively engage with higher education providers, researchers, policymakers, industry and other actors across Europe.
As a member of this leading think-tank, we are connected to people across Europe to stimulate debate and trigger changes, with the aim of creating a more inclusive, sustainable and forward-looking Europe.
As a founding member of The Guild, Warwick has benefitted from the development of The Guild’s reputation as a constructive voice in research policymaking in Brussels.
Warwick has a longstanding membership of Science|Business. Its Network of universities, companies, and research and policy organisations is a uniquely powerful forum for driving innovation forward.
The UK Research Office (UKRO) is the European office of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). UKRO's mission is to maximise UK engagement in EU-funded research, innovation and higher education activities.
Our Impact in Europe
We value the innovation and drive our academic collaborations with European Institutions bring to research and education. Below are a few case studies from some of our collaborative projects that showcase the work of our joint efforts across the European region.
EUTOPIA Student Council
EUTOPIA is, at its core, the creation of a European University; the student voice is vital to its success and continued development. Three Warwick students with a range of degree levels (Bachelors, Masters, PhD) are share their perspectives of the council.
Influencing European education policy
Research-intensive universities are unique places for innovation in teaching. In response to the pandemic, Professor Jo Angouri, Academic Director of Education and Internationalisation, initiated discussions with European universities around higher education teaching.
Hear from our Vice-Chancellor
“Europe-wide research and teaching collaboration has helped transform the lives not just of our students and researchers, it has underpinned jobs, and spurred innovation and advances in health, manufacturing, culture and so much more..."
Professor Stuart Croft, University of Warwick Vice-Chancellor
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