What's new in Brussels? Recent developments in European policies and programmes.

Brussels, 21 January 2011


Like every year since its start in 2004, the 2011 edition of the ACA European Policy seminar What”s new in Brussels” will surely live up to the promise in its name: it will provide you with rich information on and in-depth analysis of the latest policy and programme developments with a relevance for European higher education.

This year’s seminar will have a special focus on the plans for the next generation of the European Union’s education and research funding instruments after 2013. High-level speakers from the European Commission, and intimate observers and analysts of EU policy will present on the future of flagship programmes such as Marie Curie, Erasmus Mundus and Erasmus. We will also analyse the European Commission’s latest mobility strategy, “Youth on the Move” and, from the field of research, we will present plans for an “Innovation Union”. Last but not least, you will have the chance to learn about a Dutch-Flemish initiative for the assessment of internationalisation, which might become a model for Europe. 

An event you cannot afford to miss. Register now, for What’s new in Brussels tends to fill up fast.

28th in the series “European Policy Seminars” of the Academic Cooperation Association