The report can be downloaded freely from the EU bookshop, and summarizes the approach and methods for the establishment of ETER and presents analytical results on European higher education based on the ETER data.
ETER data covers amongst other institutional characteristics, number of students and staff. The can be downloaded from the project website: http://eter.joanneum.at/imdas-eter/
In June 2016, a new wave of data collection will be published and a new interface for data analysis will be released.
The ETER-database is organized as a EU project with participants from Universita della Svizzera italiana (USI), Sapienza Universita di Roma, Joanneum Research and NIFU.