“I am extremely pleased about the vote and would like to thank the YERUN members for placing their trust in me,” said Professor Scholz-Reiter. “Together we are more visible and can stand up for teaching and research on a European level. Moreover, YERUN is allowing us to strengthen the scientific cooperations within Europe.” The Vice President International and Diversity, Professor Eva-Maria Feichtner, emphasized: “The close cooperation between the universities is extremely valuable in terms of supporting our role as young, research-oriented universities in Europe and in the frame of fulfilling our expectations in innovation and effect based on joint activities.” The YERUN president is chosen every two years at the YERUN general assembly.
YERUN was established in 2015. With its 17 members from 11 countries, YERUN members are universities that were younger than 50 years old at the time of their admittance and were amongst the first 50 universities in the Times Higher Education (THE) Ranking of young universities. The YERUN headquarters are in Brussels.
The following universities are part of the network: University of Bremen, University of Konstanz, Ulm University; University of Antwerp (Belgium); University of Southern Denmark (Denmark); Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona, Universitat Autonoma de Madrid, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Pompeu Fabra University (Spain); University of Eastern Finland (Finland); Université Paris Dauphine (France); Dublin City University (Ireland); Tor Vergata University of Rome (Italy); Maastricht University (Netherlands); Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal); Brunel University London, and University of Essex (UK).
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Scholz-Reiter
University of Bremen
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YERUN - Young European Research Universities
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