With our 25th anniversary celebrations in September imminent, the Europaeum is delighted to welcome the University of St Andrews, Scotland’s oldest leading university, as its newest member. St Andrews, founded in 1413 – is ranked the top university in Scotland, and third behind Oxford and Cambridge in the UK, in recent leading league tables – joins other leading institutions including Oxford, Helsinki, Leiden, Munich (Ludwig-Maximilian), Paris I, and Prague (Charles) within the consortium. St Andrews graduates are are set to join the Europaeum’s summer school due in Madrid next month on the theme of Democracy in Crisis, and representatives will attend the special 25th anniversary celebrations due in Oxford next September. Europaeum representatives have expressed their delight at the move, while Professor Sally Mapstone, Principal of St Andrews, has said this shows is to time to “build bridges, not burn them.” For more see attached press notice here.
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