European University Association

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European University Association
Seat Brussels , Belgium
founding 2001

president Michael Murphy
Vice President (s) Martine Rahier, Paul Boyle
Members about 850

The European University Association ( EUA ; German " European University Association ") is the largest association of European universities. The EEA has around 850 members from 48 countries in the European Higher Education Area . It is based in Brussels and has a branch in Geneva . It represents its members on a European level and is a forum for networking between universities.


The society emerged in March 2001 from the Association of European Universities (German: "Association of European Universities") and the Confederation of European Union Rectors 'Conference (German: "European Rectors' Conference ").

With the amendment of their statutes in March 2008, universities with strong research interests can also be admitted to the European University Association without the right to award doctorates.


Your main activities are:

  • Influence in the Bologna Process . The EUA is a member of the Bologna Follow Up Group (BFUG)
  • Organization of conferences, workshops and seminars.

The President of the EEA is former President of University College Cork , Michael Murphy.

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Individual evidence

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