This platform is part of the work carried out within the ERASMUS+ program entitled European Network of Inclusive Universities (EUni4All-Network), which intend to continue advancing in the construction and visibility of universities that work for inclusion. In this project participate the European Disability Forum (EDF), the ONCE Foundation for the inclusion of people with disabilities in Spain, and universities of five countries: University of Eastern Finland, the University of the Study of Trieste (Italy), the Polytechnic University of Lublin (Poland), the University of Porto (Portugal), and the Spanish universities of Murcia, Autonomous of Madrid and Seville.

This platform compiles the work reflected at European Guide of Inclusive Universities, the result of a research study done in 64 universities throughout the European Union that analyzes to which extent they are applying a set of standards of inclusion. However, the work does not end here. Universities can still participate following the instructions provided HERE.

The main objective of this platform is to provide students with disabilities with a useful tool and quality information on European universities to improve decision-making concerning their studies and possible mobility.

The guide, and therebefore the platform, derive from previous work done by the partners of this project, the Guide of Standards for Inclusion for  University Students with Disabilities, that was designed as a self-assessment tool for European universities on issues related to their inclusion policies.

This platform of Inclusive Universities presents information on a set of European universities that self-assessed themselves against the full or essential set of standards for the inclusion of students with disabilities. In addition, the platform is completed with general information for other set universities that, although they did not self-assess themselves against the standards, have shown their willingness to participate in the EUni4All-Network by providing basic information on issues related to their inclusion policies.

In summary this compilation, as a catalogue, presents some of the most inclusive universities in Europe, taking into consideration their key institutional policies (accessibility, normative and operational framework, training and awareness) access, university life (learning and education, participation, internships, research, international mobility) and graduation.