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About community engagement

Community engagement refers to the development of relationships by higher education institutions with stakeholders in their local or regional communities in order to address societal needs, in a way that is mutually beneficial.

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Project objective

The objective of the TEFCE project is to develop innovative and feasible policy tools at the university and European level for supporting, monitoring and assessing the community engagement of higher education institutions.

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SHEFCE peer-learning visit at Vrije Universiteit Brussel

The third visit of the SHEFCE project was held at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels on 9-11th March2022, involving around 20 participants representing...
March 15, 2022

SHEFCE-i2LATAM webinar "University Community Engagement for Research, Innovation and Social Protection"

The webinar featured presentastions of the SHEFCE project and of the self-reflection...
March 1, 2022

SHEFCE featured at UNITE! European University conference

European University Alliance entitled, Paving the way for European Higher Education...
December 15, 2021

TEFCE/SHEFCE cross-over webinar: ‘Expert panels on the Future of Community Engagement in Higher Education

IDE organised two successful expert panels on 27-28.10.2021.
October 30, 2021
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