The II General Assembly of EULiST, organized by NTUA (National Technical University of Athens) in Athens, was held on the 26th and 27th June. In this General Assembly our commitment has been renewed and the 10 universities will continue working to revalidate the highest quality recognition of the European authority. By renewing your commitment during the General Assembly, the universities involved in the Alliance EUliST are demonstrating our dedication to maintaining the highest quality recognition from the European authority.

The URJC delegation was led by his Rector, Professor Javier Ramos; together with the Vice-Rector for International Relations, Professor María Luisa Humanes; the Director for Projects and International Relations Area, Pablo Tomás Salvadores Alonso; the Local Coordinator of EULiST at the URJC, Juan Manuel García Camús; as well as the two representatives of the University in its Social Council, Paula Mané García and Óscar Regina Costilla-Legaz.

EULiST aims to promote learning and innovation in society and technology across Europe, and it’s commendable that the consortium is actively working towards revalidating the highest quality recognition. By continuing your collaborative efforts, we can contribute to enhancing the educational standards and ensuring the recognition of European universities as authorities in their respective fields.

This II General Assembly provided a platform for sharing ideas, discussing strategies, and fostering cooperation among the member universities. It’s through such initiatives that progress is made in the academic community, and our ontinued work will lead us to even greater achievements in the future.

It is worth mentioning the important role students have played in this General Assembly by constituting not only the Student Board, with representatives of the universities that make up the EULiST University Alliance, but also by being part of the different structures and governing bodies of EULiST. EULiST is for and by the students, and they must be part of the governance of the alliance by helping to draw the guidelines to be developed in the future.