22 octobre 2018

Training future Quality Assurance Student Experts in Riga

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsThe event offered the chance to enhance their knowledge about Quality Assurance developments at the European level and master their skills so they can be further applied at national and international reviews. More...

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ESC36: Students met in Vienna under the subject Higher Education as a ‘Public good, Public responsibility’

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsThe main theme of the ESC36 was Higher Education as a ‘Public Good, Public Responsibility’, and focused on the importance of HE as a precious tool for the personal development of students but also as them taking responsibility in leading the change for the further development of Europe; taking a critical perspective and combating unfair situations, intolerance and populist movements. More...

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ESU at the 19th University of Youth and Development with OBESSU

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsThe European Students’ Union (ESU) had the opportunity to participate in the activity offered by OBESSU (The Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions) within the frame of a Policy Seminar called ‘’Young Advocates for the Educational Inclusion of Refugee and Migrant Students’’. More...

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ESU at the National Correspondents for Qualifications Frameworks (QF-EHEA) meeting

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsOn 4 September 2018, the European Students’ Union was represented by Gohar Hovhannisyan -Executive Committee member of ESU- at the National Correspondents for Qualifications Frameworks (QF-EHEA) meeting at the Council of Europe (CoE) in Strasbourg. More...

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Students raise concerns about discrimination and homophobia in Romania

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsThe National Alliance of Student Organisations in Romania (ANOSR) calls for tolerance and raises concerns regarding the constitutional referendum to be held between 6-7 October 2018, which is aimed to define the marriage as the union between “a male and a female” in opposition to the current definition as marriage “founded on the free consent of the spouses”. More...

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‘Illegal and abusive’: Students in Romania condemn the working practices of ARACIS

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsIllegal and superficial assessments, open attacks against students who are critical with the agency’s activity, are continuously taking place and undermining any opportunity of improvement of the quality in Romanian universities. More...

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Spanish Student Representatives to promote a new Universities Act

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsOn 26 September 2018, CREUP’s Executive Committee (Coordinator of Student Representatives of Spanish Public Universities) attended the Spanish Parliament to present a new Universities Act project, driven by the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities and the Conference Board of Trustees. More...

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Open Call: Training on Migration in Bosnia Herzegovina

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsThe second training will take place between the 1st and the 4th of November in Banja Luka, in Bosnia Herzegovina. The session will focus on providing students with knowledge, skills and tools for a better inclusion of students who are refugees or with a migration background in higher education. More...

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FEF: calling for financial reforms in Higher Education

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsDuring the previous year (2017), the Federation of the French-speaking students in Belgium (FEF) issued a series of surveys aimed at the students in our country. The results of those surveys, show that more and more students are struggling to pay for their studies and do often require external help: the requests in school and university grants have increased by 6% for the past 6 years, beneficiaries of financial help from the public social welfare centres were multiplied by 6 between 2002 and 2016, and a quarter of the students needed to work so they could afford the study fees. More...

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Victory for student democracy in Denmark

Screenshot-2018-5-3 NewsThese boards have the task to decide on the curriculum, the structure, and other academic matters of the different educations provided by universities. The national law says that those organisms have to be present in every programme and must have decision-making power, and that half of the sits should be reserved to students; while the other half to teachers. More...

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