About Danube Rectors' Conference
The Danube Rectors' Conference is a network of almost 70 universities in the Danube Region. This network improves higher education in teaching and research in this region, and in particular the advancement of the member universities, by establishing and facilitating bilateral and multilateral contacts between the universities, as concluded at the Brijuni Conference. The DRC pursue in particular the following activities:
- to coordinate the ideas and actions of its members through the exchange of information on issues of common interest,
- to promote cooperation on issues of common interest thereby to contribute to the stability and the development of an open and democratic society in Europe,
- to act as a consultant, by presenting its views and by making appropriate recommendations on problems which concern the universities, to government, national or international organizations, as well as to others who are involved with issues concerning universities.
In order to perform these tasks, DRC maintains links with national and international organizations the activities of which are of interest or relate to universities and, in particular, with the national Rectors' Conferences, EUA, UNESCO, EU, Council of Europe, etc.
More information about the Danube Rector`s Conference: www.drc-danube.org