EUA-CDE members Coventry University and Aarhus University, and the Council of Europe are launching a fully funded co-tutelle programme focusing on the role of universities in creating a democratic Europe, which will start in September 2023.
Suitably qualified candidates holding the nationality of one of the Council of Europe member countries are invited to apply by 7 April 2023.
The successful candidate will enrol at the Centre for Global Learning (GLEA), Coventry University as their home institution. They will undertake the co-tutelle programme under the supervision of academic experts from Coventry and Aarhus universities and policy expert(s) from the Council of Europe. The co-tutelle will include spending a minimum of one year at the Centre for Higher Education Futures (CHEF), Aarhus University in Denmark, and up to 6 months to conduct fieldwork with an expert advisor at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France.
The co-tutelle includes a secondment to the Council of Europe to review its work on higher education over the last 20 years. The project will explore the role of universities in creating a democratic Europe and the role of the Council of Europe in (re)conceptualising the EHEA fundamental academic values.
For more information, please visit the announcement page.