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The European Students' Union monthly newsletter 
Issue: April 2019
NEWS
BM 76: ESU Elected Representatives for 2019-2020 & New Policy Papers - Read more

ESU against CoE budget cuts: Youth sector at stake - Read more

European University Association (EUA) webinar: European Parliament elections & its importance for the higher education and research policies - Read more

ESU at the YO!Fest2019 - Read more


European Mobile Youth (EMY): Pre-Election Survey - Read more

Student Mobility Factsheet - Read more

Commodification tendencies across Europe – Is education still a public good? - Read more
PROJECT NEWS
ESSA: Breakfast Roundtable Consultation: Certificate in Social Responsibility Auditing - Read more

LIREQA: Centre for Quality Assessment in Higher Education (SKVC): International Conference “Linking Academic Recognition and Quality Assurance“ - Read more

Together, Moving Forward shortlisted in the Altiero Spinelli Prize for Outreach.  The project -now in its 2nd edition- is expanding and is planning to launch a ‘Best Practices Handbook’Read more
WATCH THE VIDEO: TMF-Different perspectives: Access to Higher Education for Refugees
THE FINAL COUNTDOWN
European Elections 2019

#VoteForEducation

🇪🇺  We are calling for everyone to go to vote in the upcoming 2019 EU Elections and decide the future of the European Union.
Join the Campaign!
TOP TWEET
MEMBERS' NEWS
NUS UK: National Conference elects officers for 2019/20 - Read more

CREUP: II Congress with the Rectors’ Union and the X Students Congress - Read more
ESU IN THE PRESS
UPCOMING ESU EVENTS

When? 12 June 2019, Brussels, Belgium 
38th European Students' Convention

When?
 15-18.9.2019. Helsinki, Finland
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The European Students' Union (ESU), headquartered in Brussels,
is the umbrella organisation of 45 National Unions of Students from 39 European countries. 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. 

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