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}}The League of European Research Universities (LERU) is a consortium of European research universities.

History and overview

The League of European Research Universities (LERU) is an association of research-intensive universities. Founded in 2002, as a partnership among twelve multi-faculty research universities, in 2017 it expanded its membership to twenty-three. As the latest additions, Trinity College Dublin and the University of Copenhagen joined the alliance on 1 January 2017. The purpose of the League is to influence policy in Europe and to develop best practice through mutual exchange of experience. LERU regularly publishes a variety of papers and reports which make high-level policy statements, provide analyses and make recommendations for policymakers, universities, researchers and other stakeholders.LERU is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium. Prof. dr. Kurt DeketelaereWEB,weblink Secretary-General - LERU : League of European Research Universities, leru.org, is the current Secretary-General.

Membership

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Former members

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See also

Notes

  1. {{note label|coimbra|1|a}}{{note label|coimbra|1|b}}{{note label|coimbra|1|c}}{{note label|coimbra|1|d}}{{note label|coimbra|1|e}}{{note label|coimbra|1|f}}{{note label|coimbra|1|g}} These universities also belong to the Coimbra Group, a (larger) alliance of European universities.
  2. {{note label|europaeum|2|a}}{{note label|europaeum|2|b}}{{note label|europaeum|2|c}} These universities also belong to Europaeum, another European university network.
  3. {{note label|2006|3|a}}{{note label|2006|3|b}}{{note label|2006|3|c}}{{note label|2006|3|d}}{{note label|2006|3|e}}{{note label|2006|3|f}} These universities joined the League as new members on January 1, 2006.
  4. {{note label|Utrecht|4|a}}{{note label|Utrecht|4|b}}{{note label|Utrecht|4|c}} These universities also belong to the Utrecht Network, another European university network.
  5. {{note label|2009|5|a}} {{note label|2009|5|b}} These universities joined the League as new members on January 1, 2010.
  6. {{note label|2017|6|a}} These universities joined the League as new members on January 1, 2017.

References

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External links

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