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European universities reimagine education in the digital, post-pandemic age

Higher education across Europe needs to cut red tape, revolutionise lifelong learning, standardise digital platforms, and immerse students in research as well as employability skills from day one, according to new recommendations proposed by Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities.


UK students and French senior citizens beat loneliness in lockdown together

Students at the UK’s University of Warwick are spending their lockdown chatting online with elderly people in France, bridging intergenerational and international divides in a time marked by isolation.


Warwick researchers to explore the Milky Way & famous maths problem thanks to major European grant award

The ERC today, the 9th December, announced the winners of its latest Consolidator Grant competition for mid-career researchers. The funding is part of the EU’s current research and innovation programme, Horizon 2020, and worth in total €655 million. With this support, the new grantees will be able to consolidate their teams and have far-reaching impact. The two Warwick academics who have received the award are Professor David Loeffler, from the Mathematics Institute, and Dr Pier-Emmanuel Tremblay from the Department of Physics.


Migrant Leaders founder to speak on inclusion in professional world – EUTOPIA Week

The Founder and CEO of Migrant Leaders — a charity that helps disadvantaged young people from all backgrounds to access and succeed within the professional world — will be speaking to students from across Europe as part of EUTOPIA Week, hosted by the University of Warwick, her alma mater.

Tue 24 Nov 2020, 11:21 | Tags: University of Warwick, Europe, Business, Employment, Visits, EUTOPIA

EU Rule of Law initiative is struggling to make an impact, new paper argues

The EU “Rule of Law” initiative aimed at encouraging social and political reform in the Western Balkans is struggling to make an impact in the face of domestic political indifference, and opposition to perceived external interference, argues a new paper from Western Balkans expert Dr Andi Hoxhaj.

Thu 19 Nov 2020, 10:20 | Tags: Europe, research, Faculty of Social Science, Law

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