YERUN - Young European Research Universities Network – brings together 22 like-minded young universities from across Europe, with the aim to strengthen and develop cooperation in research, academic education and service which benefits society.
Since YERUN was launched in 2016, the network has established various initiatives, with a focus on education and research collaboration, PhD partnerships, open science, research mobility, EU policies, sustainability and graduate employability.
The annual YERUN Research Mobility Awards enable early career researchers from a YERUN institution to establish new research collaborations within the YERUN network, either in a physical or in a virtual format. The programme provides a platform to:
Link EDU-RES is a project which focuses on the internationalisation of doctoral education and the establishment of collaborative and interactive frameworks. Its main objective is to lay groundwork for the creation of joint programmes at doctorate level in the YERUN network.
The University of Essex is among the founding members of YERUN, and one of its most active members. Since Brexit, Essex has become even more engaged in YERUN and continues to build connections with partners across Europe. Currently, Essex is involved with these YERUN groups:
To find our more, including how you can get involved in YERUN groups and activities, email our YERUN coordinator and Deputy Dean Partnerships (Europe) Dr Nadine Rossol email@example.com.