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11th EUA-CDE Annual Meeting

Excellence through Diversity: Doctoral education in a globalised world


Celebrating the 10th anniversary of EUA-CDE, the Meeting highlights diversity as an enduring characteristic and strength of doctoral education in Europe.
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Hosted by University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia

6 - 8 June 2018

  • The 11th Annual Meeting celebrates the 10th anniversary of the EUA Council for Doctoral Education (EUA-CDE) with its European membership community and all other stakeholders in this field. Following a decade of Europe-wide reforms, the Meeting is dedicated to highlighting diversity as an enduring characteristic and strength of doctoral education in Europe.

    The Meeting will be titled “Excellence through Diversity: Doctoral education in a globalised world” and will be hosted by the University of Ljubljana on 6, 7 and 8 June 2018 in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The programme will be available in December 2017. Registrations and a call for contributions for this event will launch in January 2018.

    If you wish to receive updates concerning the Meeting, please do not hesitate to contact the EUA-CDE Secretariat on info@eua-cde.org

    Please find here an introductory video of the University of Ljubljana.   

  • About the host

    photo banner Unversity Tallin 2Tallinn University is the youngest among all universities in the capital cities of Europe. It was founded only in 2005 as a merger of different universities and research institutions in Tallinn. Since then, it has been growing quickly and now has a student body of over 9,000 students (with 5.5% of them international), and over 900 employees, including more than 400 researchers and lecturers. The University consists of six institutes, two regional colleges, five centres of excellence, eight research centres and 13 support units. Academic institutes are competence centres in their specific fields and are active both in research and teaching.

    Tallinn University, as a university in Estonia, offers and develops education and research focusing on the needs of Estonia as a society. Given the new trends in higher education, the University also values internationalisation. One in ten academic staff members comes from abroad and the number of foreign students and the University’s contribution to international research increases yearly.

    Tallinn University is a partner in 14 European Union regional programmes, and a coordinator in one of them - Learning Layers. It also coordinates and partners the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020 and has contracts with 55 partner universities from 30 countries and over 400 Erasmus+ partnerships. Tallinn University is a member of five international higher education networks and its researchers and academic staff actively participate in their professional networks.

European University Association (EUA)

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