BUDAPEST — University students and administrators are complaining of a climate of uncertainty as the government rolls out changes in the higher education system, including sharp cuts in the number of state-sponsored students and an obligation for them
to work in Hungary after graduation. (New York Times, 5 March 2012, by PALKO KARASZ - http://nyti.ms/wBV7vm).
BRUSSELS – The European Students’ Union released Bologna with Student read more
YEREVAN – Fernando Miguel Galán Palomares from Spain has been elected read more
PARIS – Yesterday on March 17th education ministers met to discuss how read more
RIGA - The Student Union of Latvia (LSA) will host the 29th European S read more
KUALA LUMPUR - The GAPS (Global Access to Post-Secondary Education) in read more
Wed 29 Jul 2015
ESU website will migrate to an upgraded data centre infrastructure, which will improve service performance, capacity and (read more)
Mon 27 Jul 2015
ESPRIT Project progress (read more)
Thu 23 Jul 2015
Unite-IT 2015 Conference: Digitally empowered Europeans - Call for digital inclusion resource, good practice or policy (read more)
As part of the celebration around the World Statistics Day 2015, and as a follow up to the launch of the 2015 Millennium (read more)
The European Students' Union (ESU) is an umbrella organisation of 45 National Unions of Students (NUS) from 38 countries.
This publication is purposefully created to underline some of the issues that exist within and due to the Modernisation Agenda as well as the barriers (read more)
ESU represents and advocates the educational, social, economical and cultural interests of students at the European level: European Union, Council of Europe, UNESCO and the Bologna Follow Up Group.
For 2014, ESU has received financial support from the European Commission through Erasmus+ Programme: KA3, Support for Policy Reform- Civil society cooperation in the field of education and training.