EucA offers special services to Directors of Halls of Residence and Student Affairs Professionals of its network and beyond.
The goal is to bring together Professionals in Residential Life and facilitate exchanges in delivering desired student learning outcomes via:
professional development conferences and research collaborations
sharing best practices on how to advance learning in residential settings
INTERNATIONAL TRAINING EVENTS
EucA organises engaging international training events for Student Affairs Professionals in Europe in partnership with the most influential Associations of Student Affairs around the world.
The topics addressed go from the theoretical foundations of the Student Affairs profession, its contributions to Higher Education learning, the assessment of skills and competencies gained outside of the classroom, or the future of Residential Life educational programmes.
The objective is to offer opportunities for Professional Development for all career levels.
Such events are also an important networking opportunity in the area of Higher Education: they facilitate strategic exchanges and agreements of International Mobility and identify new partnerships to broaden knowledge.
Learn more about the past and future events here:
The goal of the EucA Newsletter for Professionals is the dissemination of the latest trends in SAS and the promotion of the Residential Life model. In the newsletter you will find:
The latest news on topics of interest with a special focus on the new trends
Notifications of online and offline courses
Monitoring of main events dedicated to SAS and lifelong learning in Europe and in the world
A section with the main events of the EucA network Halls of Residence
Selected articles for a learning process on specific topics such as Soft Skills, Employability, SAS.
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EucA is among the founding members of IASAS, the International Association of Student Affairs and Services.
In the book ‘Supporting Students Globally in Higher Education’ published by NASPA, Higher Education leaders around the world explore how the profession is developing globally and how support to students is actually delivered, with a particular focus on internationalization.
EucA President Gian Luca Giovannucci co-authored the chapter on the global dialogue among practitioners based on EucA’s experience on hosting the 2014 Global Summit on Student Affairs in Rome, Italy.