• ETER European Tertiary Education Register
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ETER Country Reports

ETER Country Reports describe the structure of the respective national higher education system, focusing on the institutional types as defined by national categories. A total of 26 country reports is now available.


ETER User training

We are currently planning user group specific short introductory sessions.  To ensure the training modules we offer suit our users’ needs we kindly ask you to provide us a short feedback on the planned training modules.                                                


Extending ETER

The aim of this survey is to identify potentials for extending the ETER perimeter in terms of different areas of interest. Potentials are to be evaluated in terms of their relevance and data sources. Thank you for participating in this survey!    

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New ETER data

The European Tertiary Education Register data for the years 2017, 2018 and 2019 (academic years 2016/2017 to 2019/2020) are available online. With this release, ETER now provides longitudinal data for the whole period 2011-2019 allowing examining changes over time in European higher education.
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Policy Brief

The European University Initiative from the perspective of data and indicators. Evidence from ETER dataset. The Policy Brief makes use of ETER data to compare universities that are members of alliances to non-members.                                                                                                                                                                 

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Policymaker Session

Data and indicator needs for the European University Initiative. The goal of this session was to provide an evidence-based analysis of the European University Initiative by leveraging on the ETER data to characterise the selected European University Alliances.

41 Countries

3,439 Higher Education Institutions

9 Years of data

1200+ Registered Users

99+ Publications using ETER