EUA: Don’t wait for more EU competence in education to solve common challenges

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What would it actually mean if ‘Brussels’ had more of a say on education policy? On the European University Association’s blog, Anna-Lena Claeys-Kulik weighs in on the resurging debate on whether the EU has the power it needs to foster deep transnational cooperation.

Lately, the idea of increasing the EU’s competence in education, so that it can go further in promoting cooperation, has reemerged. For example, this has been floated in discussions on how to remove remaining obstacles for the sort of deep transnational cooperation seen in the European Universities alliances. But what would it actually mean if the EU had more of a say in education policy?

Read more on the EUA website.

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