Education is a primary government concern in all European countries, but the structures of education systems differ considerably, both within and among European countries.

The European Union does not have a common education policy; on the contrary, its role is to create a system of genuine cooperation among the Member States by preserving the rights of each Member.

So the European dimension supplements the action taken by the Member States. It concerns all areas of education – from individual school classes, teachers, parents and students to managers, university rectors and professional organizations.

Alber & Geiger assists clients from the educational sector, including Universities and other educational organizations within the European Union and in the single European Member States in achieving their goals in educational policy.