What is eucen? / Benefits of joining

eucen's mission is twofold in:
- Supporting member institutions to develop high quality University Lifelong Learning
- Sharing continuing Higher Education expertise with stakeholders

- What are the benefits of eucen membership for you and your institution?

The main benefits of eucen membership are access to people, access to information and representation in the policy making process.

Membership is institutional, not individual, so that the benefits outlined below are available to all members of staff in your university, not just the named representative.

Access is provided through:

- These web pages
- Printed materials
- eucen events, conferences and seminars particularly (see how to get the most out of our events here)
- The opportunity to participate in projects
- The opportunity to obtain support for your own projects
- Working groups and task forces
- The expertise of the network

Representation is provided through:

- eucen's presence at events organised and/or supported by the European Commission
- eucen's meetings with the DG Education and Culture and DG Employment
- Members of the Steering Committee regularly representing eucen at a wide range of policy discussion, meetings and activities
- Individuals in member universities who represent eucen on specific committees
- Links with EUA, EAEA, EUCIS, ENQA, EURASH, ESU, EDEN and many other European associations and networks

eucen's Secretariat:

eucen's Secretariat is located in Barcelona (Spain) and is available between Monday and Friday to provide further information on any aspect of membership and activities provided by eucen. Do not hesitate to contacting us.

- Who are the members of eucen?

- Which are the types of Membership?

- How can my University or Organisation join eucen?

- How much will it cost?

- Further information

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