“As digitalisation proceeds apace, the European Commission has proposed a wave of measures in response to the potential for both widescale disruption and renewal,” said Thomas Jørgensen, Senior Policy Coordinator, European University Association. “By prioritising issues of competitiveness and innovation, these measures can enable universities to deliver the digital policy agenda that Europe needs. Many opportunities are lying ahead, such as the new Digital Europe Programme that will fund digital skills provision and facilitate technology transfer, or instruments like the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT).”
Speakers from the European Commission and the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) will share their insight during the 19 March webinar. Register now.