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Canterbury proves ideal for EUPRIO tales

From the opening ceremony in the shadow of Canterbury’s magnificent cathedral, one sensed that the 2013 EUPRIO conference was going to be something special. And so it turned out right through to the EUPRIO Awards and gala dinner on the last night, with a smooth transition from Paolo Pomati’s Italian presidency to the first conference under the guidance of Denis Ancion, from Maastricht, in the Netherlands. EUPRIO delegates bid farewell…

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Registration for EUPRIO 2013 closes on 14 June

Demand for places at the EUPRIO 2013 annual conference being held at the University of Kent in Canterbury from 27-29 June has exceeded expectations and registrations will close at midnight on Friday 14 June. With 200 delegates already signed-up, the organisers achieved their target number of delegates with four weeks to spare at the end of May. This year’s conference marks EUPRIO’s return to England after a ten-year break when…

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EUPRIO 2013 all set for June take-off at the University of Kent

Venues are all booked, the keynote speakers are in place and it’s all systems go for take-off for EUPRIO’s 2013 conference at the University of Kent in the UK. The annual conference provides EUPRIO members with a stimulating opportunity to discuss best practice, hear about new trends and do some serious networking. This year it takes place from 27-30 June at the University of Kent’s lovely Canterbury campus, set in…

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Happy New Year from EUPRIO

So it’s farewell to 2012, another year of austerity in much of Europe. For universities, it has meant adapting to change and a growing understanding that communicating what we do to the public at large has never been more important. That’s why the theme of our perfectly-organised conference in Gothenburg was so relevant. stronger together ‘The social contract between universities and society’ was planned as the theme two years ago…

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