Fourteen European associations support the European Parliament’s plea for a considerable increase of the Horizon Europe budget to €160 billion. We also urge the European institutions to work towards a smooth start of Horizon Europe on 1 January 2021.
The leaders from fifty universities of science and technology from 25 countries united within CESAER are meeting to discuss the future of science and technology at the University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest (UPB).
Our President Sir Jim McDonald (Principal & Vice Chancellor of the University of Strathclyde) expressed the serious concerns from our Members with respect to ongoing attacks on academic freedom and institutional autonomy in Hungary.
CESAER has published a white paper providing an overview of the role universities of Science and Technology (S&T) in innovation ecosystems and building a highly competitive knowledge-based industry for the future.
CESAER has published a statement supporting the European Commission’s (EC) proposal for the Erasmus Programme from 2021 to 2027 and providing recommendations to equip our institutions with the tools to educate the next generation for the 21st century.
Fourteen European associations representing universities, including CESAER, have released a joint statement in response to the European Commission’s proposal for the Ninth EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (Horizon Europe).
CESAER has published a statement urging the United Kingdom and the European Union to prioritise the safeguarding of a collaborative relationship through association of the UK to the whole of Horizon Europe and of the successor of Erasmus+ after Brexit.
During the three-day event, we will review diverse international models of cooperation between industry and academia, with the goal of developing new methods to leverage academic output for the good of local and international ecosystems.