30 janvier 2017

Master’s admission for a diverse international classroom, 5-7 July, Amsterdam (The Netherlands)

The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, an EUA member, will host an international conference on Master’s admission for a diverse international classroom from 5 to 7 July 2017.
The event will bring together academics, researchers and practitioners to discuss how Master’s admission needs to evolve in the context of globalisation and the ongoing Bologna Process. A call for proposals for the event is now open. More...

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03 janvier 2017

Building an innovation culture via the Bologna Process

By Joseph M Piro. Innovation, entrepreneurship and competitiveness have never been far from the Bologna Process agenda. From their initial mention in the original 1999 Bologna Declaration to the 2015 Ministerial meeting in Yerevan, Armenia, innovation and Bologna’s continuing commitment to it have been underscored. Read more...

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20 novembre 2016

Bologna Follow-Up Group Meeting LIV

Logo of the Bologna ProcessThe BFUG is the executive structure supporting the Bologna Process in-between the Ministerial Conferences. The BFUG meetings play an important role in overseeing the implementation, following the ministerial conferences, while aiming at maintaining the development process. More...

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Bologna Follow-Up Group Board meeting LIII

Logo of the Bologna ProcessThe Board meeting is co-chaired by the Malta (EU-Presidency) and the Norway for the period from 1st January to 30 June 2017. France is vice-chair until 30 June 2018. More...

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Working Group on Fostering implementation of agreed key commitments 2015-2018 - meeting 4

Logo of the Bologna ProcessThe working group on “Fostering implementation of agreed key commitmentssupports implementation on agreed goals by peer learning and peer exchange events offering exchanges of good practice on the basis of the implementation report 2015 and the measures adopted in the Yerevan Communiqué. It involves national stakeholders in the activities, in order to encourage greater exchange and implementation on the ground. More...

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Advisory Group on Dealing with non-implementation 2015-2018 - meeting 3

Logo of the Bologna ProcessThe Advisory group on Dealing with non-implementation is mandated to submit proposals for addressing the issue of non-implementation and incorrect implementation of key commitments (how to implement them best by respecting and reflecting the EHEA instruments and the EHEA culture). More...

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Bologna Follow-Up Group Meeting LII

Logo of the Bologna ProcessThe BFUG is the executive structure supporting the Bologna Process in-between the Ministerial Conferences. The BFUG meetings play an important role in overseeing the implementation, following the ministerial conferences, while aiming at maintaining the development process. More...

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Working Group on Fostering implementation of agreed key commitments 2015-2018 - meeting 3

Logo of the Bologna Process1. Draft agenda and background documents

WG Implementation - Nice 09-10.11.2016 - Draft agenda

WG Implementation - Internationalisation of (External) Quality Assurance

WG Implementation - Concept note: Reversed peer review

2. Welcome

Co-chairs and J.-Ch. Martin, Nice University Vice-President for International Relations

3. Introductory session

Setting the scene: different facets of internationalisation in external QA
Padraig Walsh, ENQA, President
WG Implementation - Internationalisation of (External) Quality Assurance

The ESG 2015 at 1,5 years after Yerevan
Tia Loukkola, EUA, Director for the Institutional Development unit
WG Implementation - ESG 2015: 1,5 years after Yerevan

4. QA of cross-border higher education

Introduction and results of the QACHE project
Padraig Walsh, ENQA, President
WG Implementation - Results of the QACHE project

From GATS to the Services Directive
Alberto Amaral, A3ES, President
WG Implementation - Quality Assurance of Cross-border Higher Education and the Services Directive

5. Cross-border quality assurance

Overview and introduction of the E4/EQAR Key Considerations
Melinda Szabo, EQAR, Project Officer
WG Implementation - Overview of cross-border QA and introduction of the E4/EQAR Key Considerations

International accreditation of engineering programmes by CTI
Marie-Jo Goedert, CTI, Director of administration & international relations
WG Implementation - International accreditation of engineering programmes by CTI

Benefits and challenges in carrying out external quality assurance abroad
Heli Mattisen, EKKA, Director
WG Implementation - Benefits and challenges of external quality assurance abroad: Moldova 2015

Experience with reviews abroad and incoming cross-border QA in Lithuania
Nora Skaburskienė, SKVC, Acting Director
WG Implementation - Experience with reviews abroad and incoming cross-border QA in Lithuania

6. Quality assurance of joint programmes

The European Approach – where do we stand 1,5 years after Yerevan?
Colin Tück, EQAR, Director
WG Implementation - The European Approach, where do we stand 1,5 years after Yerevan?

7. Liaison with other working groups and outcomes of WG2 activities

Liaison with other working groups, i.a. AG3 “Dealing with non-implementation”, WG1 “Monitoring” and WG3 “New Goals. Policy development for new EHEA goals”

Outcomes of WG2 activities (table of events, contribution to the BFUG meeting, final WG report)
WG Implementation - Outline report structure. More...

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Working Group on Policy development for new EHEA goals 2015-2018 - meeting 3

Logo of the Bologna Process5.1 Competences

5.2 Draft Conclusions regarding Competences

6. Digital Education

6.1 Digital Education

  • Can digitalisation of higher education support new modes of learning and teaching? by Alastair Creelman, e-learning expert, Sweden
    What is the role and impact of digitalisation on higher education? How it can be used to support teaching and learning at institutions, at the same time widening the access to higher education?
    WG EHEA New Goals - The digital challenge by Alastair Creelman
  • Added value of Digitalisation to Student support on European level. Case of EMREX project by Mauritz Danielsson, executive director of the LADOK consortium - national system for study administration within Higher Education in Sweden
    How digitalisation can be used to better support students throughout their studies? Can there be European cooperation on digital services?
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6.2 Draft Conclusions regarding Digital Education

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HERE-ES Project Final Project Conference

Logo of the Bologna ProcessThe State Secretariat of the Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport MECD through the General Secretariat of Universities SGU organize the final conference of the Erasmus + project Higher Education Reforms in Spain HERE – ES, to be held in Salamanca on 27–28 October 2016. More...

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