Advancing the development of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is a top priority for the EU. The Erasmus+ programme has been the primary means of supporting national policies, launching multiple projects since 2014. To date, 84 Erasmus+ EHEA projects have involved education ministries and key higher education stakeholders, focusing on areas such as the Bologna transparency tools, quality assurance, learning mobility, teaching innovation, academic values, automatic recognition, and employability.

The first cluster event in 2018 brought together the initial two generations of these projects. A second event in June 2023 reviewed the achievements and challenges of the most recent 40 projects (2018-2024). The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) cluster meeting – Impact of the EHEA projects report summarises the discussions from this latest forum, covering quality assurance, automatic recognition, National Qualifications Frameworks (NQFs),

New publication: European Higher Education Area (EHEA) cluster meeting – Impact of the EHEA projects – European Commission (