26th Annual Conference – Belgrade 2016

EURASHE organised its 26th Annual Conference titled ‘Centres of cooperation striving for excellence: professional higher education and the world of work‘ in Belgrade (Serbia) on 21-22 April 2016. It is co-organised by EURASHE, the Conference of Academies of Applied Studies Serbia (CAASS) and with the support of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (MoESTD) of Serbia, the Foundation Foedus Srbija and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia. Underneath are further information on:

(Photograph: CC by-sa by Filip Maljković)


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  • Situated in the South-East of Europe, where the Danube meets the Balkans, on the crossroads between the East and the West, with its tempestuous past, archaeological sites, fortresses, monuments, natural rarities and luscious sceneries, Serbia opens its gates and soul of its people wide, making you feel welcome.

    More than 2000 hours of sunshine and about 260 clear and slightly cloudy days every year, it belongs to the sunnier countries of Europe and offers outstanding opportunities to organise various tours and excursions. Travelling through its towns, villages, spas, over plains, hills and mountains, along its rivers and lakes and passing by its wine yards and orchards, one can feel the specific combination of ancient cultures and charming mixture of tradition and modernity.

    Archeological sites, going as far back as early as pre-historic times, through Roman and Byzantine ages, fortresses and monasteries of the Serbian medieval architecture, the abundance of rivers and thermal waters, natural ambient complexes, bohemian towns, ethno villages and homesteads, as well as various cultural manifestations, offer a wide range of touristic opportunities. Relax and enjoy the company of professional tourist guides who will present and explain the best this country has to offer, and the beauty that leaves nobody indifferent.

    Food is a matter of cult in Serbia, and hedonism is the way of life. Various local specialties, made of organic food, simply arise one’s passion with their flavor once they are tasted. Specialties are numerous and display the versatility of Serbian national cuisine. Each region is special by its choice and cultivation of food, preparation of dishes, ambiance and the way of offering them.

    Serbia produces some 700 various types of wine. Grapes have been cultivated here for more than four millennia, and documents state that wine has been produced here since the 3rd century and the times of the Roman Emperor Probus, who himself planted high quality grapevine on the slopes of Fruska Gora mountain. In the times of the Serbian Emperor Dusan, when Serbia was at the peak of its power as largest country in Europe, 22 kilometers long ceramic wine-ducts were constructed.

    Rakia is the traditional Serbian spirit and is part of the highest quality spirits in the world. There are more than 300 kinds of rakia, made of all sorts of fruit and forest products, with the addition of natural ingredients and flavors: berries, plants, herbs, nuts, honey etc. The best known rakia is made of plums, “sljivovica”. Well known are also spirits made of pear, apricot, grape, quince, honey etc. It is produced in the first Serbian patented installation, “rakia distillery”!

    One of the strong points, if not the strongest, of the Belgrade’s tourist offer is its nightlife, gaining world class reputation over the past few years. This year, National Geographic magazine ranked Belgrade second in the world, ahead many of the long-established party capitals, such as Ibiza, Sao Paulo and New York.

     

    Climate

    Climate in Serbia is temperate continental, with a gradual transition between the four seasons of the year. Summers are warm, with temperatures up to 35° C and winters are cold and snowy, with temperature from – 10° C to 10° C.

     

    Position

    Serbia is located in the central part of the Balkan peninsula, in the South-Eastern part of Europe.

     

    Population

    Approximately 10 million people live in Serbia. The majority of the population are Serbs (66 per cent), and numerous among 37 nationalities which also live in Serbia are Albanians (17 per cent), Hungarians (3.5 per cent), followed by Romanians, Croats, Bulgarians and others. All citizens have equal rights and responsibilities and enjoy full national equality.

     

    Capital

    Serbia’s capital is Belgrade (original name: Beograd; White city), with a population of 1.6 million. Belgrade is the administrative, economic and cultural center of Serbia.

     

    Language

    The official language is Serbian and official alphabets are both Cyrillic and Latin. In the areas inhabited by national minorities, the languages and alphabets of the minorities are in official use, as provided by law.

     

    Religion

    The main religion in Serbia is Christian Orthodoxy, but there are also other religious communities: Islamic, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish and other.

     

    Time zone

    Central European Time Zone (CET)

     

    Credit cards

    International credit cards Visa, Master Card, Diners, and American Express are accepted in most shops, airline companies, hotels and restaurants.

     

    Banks & Post offices

    On week days they are opened from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm. On Saturdays they are opened from 08.00 a.m. to 03.00 p.m. In Belgrade and other bigger cities in Serbia, some banks and post offices are opened on Sundays.

     

    Shops

    Alimentation shops are open daily from 6.00 am to 9.00 pm including Saturdays, while on Sundays they are open from 8.00 am to 2.00 pm. In every city or town, there are stores open 24 hours a day. Markets are open every day from 6.00 am to 5.00 pm.

     

    Power supply

    220 V, 50 Hz

     

    Important phone numbers

    Police: 192

    Fire service: 193

    Medical emergency: 194

    Centres of cooperation striving for excellence: professional higher education and the world of work

    belgrade_2EURASHE represents higher education institutions offering professionally oriented programmes, characterised by having strong links with the world of work. While in the past years EURASHE promoted different modes and the overall importance of cooperation between professional higher education institutions and the world of work, with the 26th Annual Conference we wish to bring attention to the benefits this cooperation brings to all the sides.

    Entitled ‘Centres of cooperation striving for excellence: Professional higher education and the world of work’, the Annual Conference will develop through 3 main themes seen as the biggest strengths of the cooperation built between PHE institutions and the world of work: employability, regional development and innovation. When talking about employability, we will address different indicators and discuss modes of cooperation and engagement that support graduates’ employability. Regional development and service to society proved to be one of the biggest strengths of our sector. We will showcase good practices where cooperation between institutions, the business sector and local and regional authorities made significant contribution to local/regional development. Finally, innovation is a key for development and when stakeholders work together, great things are achieved.

    The 3 main themes will be built by key-note speakers, and further developed through working sessions focusing on management, educational aspects of cooperation and the role of different stakeholder groups. Additionally, a specific track during the 2-day event will give attention to the topics of high importance for Serbia and countries in the region. This way we wish to contribute to the further development of, and to professional higher education, in the Western Balkans.

    We invite you to join participants coming from institutional management, head of programmes, teaching staff, researchers, quality assurance managers and agencies, business, public agents and more. The conference full of knowledge, information and good practices, offering a high level of networking opportunities will for sure be an inspiring experience for each of the participants.

    We look forward to welcoming you in Belgrade!

    Following is the programme of the event:

    Day 0 – Wednesday 20 April 2016

    16.00 – 18.00     EURASHE 2016 General Assembly

    Venue: The Palace of Serbia (east wing), Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 2, New Belgrade, Belgrade

     

    Day 1 – Thursday 21 April 2016

    Venue: The Palace of Serbia (main entrance), Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 2, New Belgrade, Belgrade

    9.30 – Registrations

    10.30 – Opening of the 26th EURASHE Annual Conference

    Chair: Johan Cloet, Secretary General of EURASHE, Belgium

    Srđan Verbić, Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia, Serbia

    Tanja Miščević, Head of the negotiating team for the Accession of the Republic of Serbia to the European Union, Serbia

    Branko Savić, President of the Conference of Academies for Applied Studies in Serbia (CAASS), Serbia

    Stéphane Lauwick, President of EURASHE, France

    11.45 – Keynote speech

    Professional higher education – shaping Europe’s potential, Jens Nymand Christensen, Deputy Director-General at the Education and Culture, Directorate-General (EAC) of the European Commission

    12.30 – Lunch

    14.00 – Track 1 – EMPLOYABILITY

    Chair: Michal Karpíšek, Vice-President of EURASHE, Czech Republic

    Keynote speech: Developing and Improving Employability – Prospects of Successfully Linking Theory and Practice in Academic Study Programs, Michael Nagel, Head of Department of International Business at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University, Germany

    Introduction to the parallel working sessions

    14.45 – Coffee break

    15.15 – Parallel working sessions

    Graduate employability – some critical success factors, Terry Dray, Director Graduate Advancement and Employer Engagement, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom

    Employability of Business students to Start-Ups, Juha Saukkonen, Senior Lecturer at JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland

    Work Based Learning Partnerships between a Higher Education Institute and an External organisation, Oran Doherty, Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT)

    16.45 – Panel discussion on good practices on cooperation between higher education institutions and the world of work

    Chair: Michal Karpíšek, Vice-President of EURASHE, Czech Republic

    Iva Biondić, Director Business Development at VERN Group, Croatia

    Terry Dray, Director Graduate Advancement and Employer Engagement, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom

    Danutė Rasimavičienė, Dean, Faculty of Business Management, Vilniaus Kolegija/University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania

    Juha Saukkonen, Senior Lecturer at JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Finland

    17.30 – End of day 1

    19.30 – Conference welcome reception

    Restaurant Grafičar, Vase Pelagića 31, Belgrade

     

    Day 2 – Friday 22 April 2016

    9.15 – Track 2 – REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

    Chair: Dejan Blagojević, Director, College of Applied Technical Sciences Niš, Serbia

    Keynote speech: The role of universities of applied science in stimulating regional development in a globalising knowledge economy, Paul Benneworth, Senior Researcher, Center for Higher Education Policy Studies at the University of Twente, Netherlands

    Introduction to the parallel working sessions

    10.00 – Coffee break

    10.15 – Parallel working sessions

    Higher Education and Enterprise working together for Regional Development, Irene Sheridan, Head of CIT Extended Campus, Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland

    Wicked Constellations or Promising Perspectives? Universities of Applied Sciences and regional cooperation in Austria, Benedikt Speer, Professor and Head of Degree Program Public Management, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, Austria

    Not every student has to become an entrepreneur, but every student has to become more entrepreneurial, Filip Burgelman, Entrepreneurship education architect, Thomas More University College, Belgium

    Prednosti regionalne saradnje na Zapadnom Balkanu/Benefits of regional cooperation in the Western Balkans (working session in Serbian), Ružica Stanković, former President of the Conference of Academies for Applied Studies in Serbia (CAASS), Serbia, and Alicia-Leonor Sauli-Miklavčič, College Headmaster at Tehniški šolski center Maribor, Slovenia

    11.45 – Networking/information sessions

    Good practices Bazaar: interactive networking event exchanging good practices and presenting projects

    EURASHE Bazaar: information session on EURASHE activities for participants new to the organisation

    12.30 – Lunch

    14.00 – Track 3 – INNOVATION

    Chair: Marc Vandewalle, Secretary-General of VLHORA, Belgium

    Keynote speech: Nature and nurture of the relationships between HEIs and business in Europe, Victoria Galán-Muros, Director in the University-Industry Innovation Network (UIIN), Spain

    Introduction to the parallel working sessions

    14.45 – Coffee break

    15.00 – Parallel working sessions

    Beyond the research evaluation: challenges of assessing the knowledge exchange and innovation on national and institutional level, Karel Šima, Senior researcher and consultant, Centre for Higher Education Studies Prague, Czech Republic

    Boosting creativity – Interactive ideation session, Danutė Rasimavičienė, Dean, Faculty of Business Management, Vilniaus Kolegija/University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania

    HEInnovate – Self-assessment tool and methodology, Rebecca Allinson, Director, Zsuzsa Javorka, Senior Consultant, at Technopolis, United Kingdom

    Inovacije kao deo nove misije visokog obrazovanja/Inovation as a part of the new mission of higher education (working session in Serbian), Dejan Blagojević, Director, College of Applied Technical Sciences Niš, Serbia, and Tijana Isoski, Board member, European Students’ Union, Serbia

    16.30 – Panel discussion on excellence in cooperation between professional higher education and the world of work

    Chair: Johan Cloet, Secretary-General of EURASHE, Belgium

    Stéphane Lauwick, President of EURASHE, France

    Branko Savić, President of the Conference of Academies for Applied Studies in Serbia (CAASS), Serbia

    Irene Sheridan, Head of CIT Extended Campus, Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), Ireland

    Tijana Isoski, Board member, European Students’ Union (ESU), Serbia

    Jelena Bulatović, Executive Director of the Serbian Association of Managers (SAM), Serbia

    17.15 – Closing of the Conference

    19.30 – Gala dinner

    Venue: Azzaro Red Club, Bulrvar M. Milankovića 136/A, 11070 New Belgrade

     

    Day 3 – Saturday 23 April 2016

    Social programme

    Following the end of the conference, EURASHE traditionally organises a 1-day excursion to enjoy the beauties of Serbia and its culture, heritage and cuisine. We will start by visiting the Oplenac Hill and its famous Mausoleum of the Serbian and Yugoslav Royal House of Karađorđević. We will continue our visit to the vinery Aleksandrovic for vine and rakija tasting and finish the tour enjoying traditional Serbian food and drinks.

    In case of interest, pleae make sure to register for the social programme when registering online for the conference.

    For participants departing from Belgrade on Saturday in the afternoon, a 3-hour guided tour ‘Nikola Tesla’s Belgrade’ through the city centre will be organised in the morning. More information on this tour will be provided prior to the event per email to all registered participants, and registration for the tour will be required on the spot during the first day of the conference.

    Following are the speakers of the event:

  • Filip Burgelman- Filip Burgelman has been coordinator/entrepreneurship education architect at Thomas More University College in Belgium since 2011, working on a research & innovation hub on sustainability, innovation in education and entrepreneurship.... Read more
  • Oran Doherty- Oran Doherty is employed by the Irish Department of Education and Skills as the Regional Skills Manager for the North West of Ireland. This position involves supporting collaborations between industry... Read more
  • Srđan Verbić- Srđan Verbić is the Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia. He graduated in theoretical physics at the Faculty of Physics, University of Belgrade, after... Read more
  • Tanja Miščević- Prof. Tanja Miščević, PhD is Head of the negotiating team for the Accession of the Republic of Serbia to the European Union, as well as Associate Professor at the Faculty... Read more
  • Stéphane Lauwick, President of EURASHE- Stéphane Lauwick joined the University of Le Havre (France) in 1993 as a professeur agrégé. After heading the Electrical Engineering Department of the University Institute of Technology (IUT) of that... Read more
  • Terry Dray- Terry Dray is the Director of Graduate Advancement, Employer Engagement at Liverpool John Moores University where he is responsible for the World of Work Programme, stake holder engagement and employment... Read more
  • Karel Šima- Dr. Karel Šima works in the Centre for Higher Education Studies, Prague as a senior researcher and consultant. He studied history and anthropology at Charles University, Prague where he also... Read more
  • Ružica Stanković- Ružica Stanković was elected as college professor on December 1, 1988. From 1999 to 2005 was a coordinator of higher business schools. From 2005 to April, 2011 she was the... Read more
  • Michal Karpíšek, Secretary-General of EURASHE- Michal Karpíšek is the Secretary-General of EURASHE, starting 1 June 2016. He has been Executive Officer of the Czech Association of Schools of Professional Higher Education (CASPHE) since 1994. He... Read more
  • Paul Benneworth- Paul Benneworth is a Senior Researcher at the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies at the University of Twente, the Netherlands.  Paul’s research concerns the relationships between universities and society... Read more
  • Dejan Blagojević- Dejan Blagojevic is a professor of professional studies at VTSNIS and director of College of applied technical science in Nish since 2009, and since the year 2009 he is taking... Read more
  • Jelena Bulatović- Executive Director of the Serbian Association of Managers (SAM) and Board Member of the Opportunity Bank in Serbia.  Business executive with over 15 years of working experience in the area... Read more
  • Zsuzsa Jávorka- Zsuzsa Jávorka is a principal consultant at Technopolis Group with over 13 years experience in the domains of research, innovation, science policy and higher education. Zsuzsa’s work predominantly focuses on... Read more
  • Danutė Rasimavičienė- Danute Rasimaviciene, lecturer, trainer, consultant, was leading the Faculty of Business Management of Vilniaus Kolegija, the largest University of Applied Sciences in Lithuania, for more than 10 years till September,... Read more
  • Branko Savić- Branko Savić is the president of the Conference of Academies for Applied Studies in Serbia (CAASS) since August 2015. He obtained his PhD in mechanical engineering and was elected as... Read more
  • Alicia-Leonor Sauli-Miklavčič, Board member of EURASHE- Alicia-Leonor Sauli-Miklavčič is a good connoisseur of international professional higher education, she has been Project Expert at the Slovene Association HVC as well as a member of the EURASHE working... Read more
  • Johan Cloet- Johan Cloet has been the Secretary General of EURASHE in 2014-2016, which he represented in the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) and several of its working groups, such as on ‘Structural... Read more
  • Iva Biondić- Iva Biondić is Director of Business Development at the VERN’ Group, owner of VERN’ University of Applied Sciences in Zagreb, Croatia. Currently she is a Program Director of OBRAD project... Read more
  • Rebecca Allinson- Rebecca Allinson is a Director at the science and innovation research consultancy, Technopolis Group. Technopolis has offices in eight European countries and Colombia. Rebecca is the Principal lead for Higher... Read more
  • Irene Sheridan- Having worked with national and multinational electronics companies before joining CIT, Irene Sheridan was appointed Head of Department of Electronic Engineering, CIT in 2004. In 2012, Irene completed a Doctorate... Read more
  • Victoria Galán-Muros- Dr. Victoria Galán-Muros is an active professional with international experience in the areas of university-business cooperation, higher education and innovation from different perspectives. As a senior consultant, currently an associate... Read more
  • Juha Saukkonen- Juha P. Saukkonen (M. Sc., econ), Senior Lecturer of Management at the JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Global Business Management-unit. Juha P. Saukkonen is the coordinator of High Tech Management-specialization... Read more
  • Michael Nagel- Prof. Dr. Michael Nagel is Professor of International Management and Marketing and Head of the Department of International Business at Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University Stuttgart (DHBW), Germany. He holds three... Read more
  • Jens Nymand Christensen- Jens Nymand Christensen is Danish and holds a Master degree in Business Economics and International Economics. Jens Nymand Christensen has been employed in the European Institutions since 1979 and has... Read more
  • Benedikt Speer- Benedikt Speer has been professor of public management since 2010 and program director since 2011 at Carinthia University of Applied Sciences (CUAS). He holds degrees in political science, public/european law... Read more
  • Tijana Isoski- After representing Serbia in the Board of the European Students’ Union for two years, Tijana Isoski has been elected to the ESU Executive Committee for the period 2014/2015. She is... Read more
  • Following are the practicalities of the event:

    Conference location

    The conference will take place at Palata Srbije, located at Bulevar Mihajla Pupina 2, Belgrade, Serbia. It is shown in yellow on the map.

     

    Accommodation

    Participants of 26th EURASHE Annual Conference can benefit from a reduced rated when arranging their accommodation at one of the following suggested hotels, shown in red on the map:

    1. Crown Plaza Belgrade 4*, website, Crown Plaza is the main hotel of the conference. It is located 2 km away from the conference venue, with approximately 20 min walking distance. The price for single occupancy is EUR 72 and for double EUR 82 per night. Use the booking form to reserve your accommodation.
    2. Falkensteiner Hotel Belgrade 4*, website, Falkensteiner Hotel is the closest one to the conference venue, being only 1.3 km away. The price for both single and double occupancy is EUR 110 per night. Use the booking form to reserve your accommodation.
    3. Hyatt Regency Belgrade 5*, website, For participants looking for the highest standards, we propose Hyatt Regency Hotel. Being 2.2 km away from the venue, it is still within the walking distance. Price for single occupancy is EUR 116 and EUR 127 for double occupancy per night. Use the booking form to reserve your accommodation.
    4. Hotel Constantine The Great 4*, website, Hotel Constantine the Great is suggested to those participants who prefer to stay in the centre of the city, on a walking distance from the major sights of Belgrade. It is as well conveniently connected with a direct tram line to the conference venue. Single occupancy costs EUR 70 and double EUR 80 per night. To benefit from a reduced rate, use the promotional code “EURASHE2016” when booking your stay on the hotel’s website.
    5. Envoy Hotel 4*, website, Envoy Hotel is located in the very heart of Belgrade, on the main city promenade. Prices are set at EUR 90 for single occupancy and EUR 105 for double per night. Use the booking form to reserve your accommodation.

     

    Map

    View 26th Annual Conference – Belgrade 2016 in Google Maps here.

     

    Tourist information

    For more information on Belgrade in particular, visit the website of the Tourist Organisation of Belgrade, and for more information on Serbia in general, visit the website of the National Tourism Organisation of Serbia.

     

    Visa requirements

    Citizens of European Union and EFTA countries, as well as other European countries including Belarus, Russia and Ukraine do not require visa for entering the Republic of Serbia. Before travelling to the conference, we kindly ask you to inform yourself of this issue, consulting your national authorities and/or Serbian Ministry of Foreign Affairs here.

     

    Organisers

  • European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE)- EURASHE is the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education that offer professionally orientated programmes and are engaged in applied research within the Bologna cycles. EURASHE represents universities of applied sciences... Read more
  • Conference of Academies of Applied Studies Serbia (CAASS)- КОНФЕРЕНЦИЈА АКАДЕМИЈА СТРУКОВНИХ СТУДИЈА СРБИЈЕ (KASSS) The Conference of academies for applied studies in Serbia (CAASS), established on the basis of the Law on Higher Education, is an umbrella association... Read more
  • Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development (MoESTD) (Serbia)- The Ministry of Education and Science carries out public administration activities related to: the system, development and promotion of scientific and research activities for the purposes of scientific, technological and... Read more
  • Foundation Foedus Srbija- Foundation Foedus Srbija is a foundation established in February 2016 whose ambition is that by gathering credible companies and individuals and connecting them in selected fields of work, help the... Read more
  • Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia- The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia represents the interests of the Serbian economy, and is a supporting partner in business development. The tradition of Serbian Chamber of Commerce... Read more
  • Registrations are now closed. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the secretariat at eurashe@eurashe.eu.

    The registration deadline is 11 April 2016. Please note that registrations will close once the event is full, which may occur before the registration deadline.

     

    Registration fee

    The registration fee includes attendance at the conference, all materials (documentation and welcome package), coffee breaks, lunches, the welcome reception and gala dinner for participants. The fee does not cover travel and accommodation expenses.

    The registration fees are set as follows:

    • Regular participants (non-members of EURASHE): EUR 420
    • Members of EURASHE: EUR 300
    • Participants from Serbia & the region: RSD 20,000 / EUR 160 (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Macedonia (FYROM), Montenegro)
    • Social programme: EUR 50

    The fees for a companion (spouse/partner only) are set as follows:

    • Welcome reception: EUR 20
    • Gala dinner: EUR 35
    • Social programme: EUR 50

    There is a possibility to pay your fee in cash on the spot. Should you wish to do so, an administrative fee of EUR 20 may be charged in addition to your registration fee.

     

    Cancellation

    Cancellations must be sent in writing to eurashe@eurashe.eu.

    Cancellations received prior to 15 March 2016 will be reimbursed fully, while cancellations received between 16 and 29 March 2016 will be reimbursed in the amount of 50% of the participation fee. Participants who cancel after 29 March 2016 or do not attend the conference will be liable to pay the entire registration fee.

    Substitutes may be accepted at any time, provided that the secretariat is informed of the change.

     

    Confirmation

    The registration will be confirmed by an email. However, please note that your registration will be completed and considered final only when your payment has been received.

    Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the secretariat at eurashe@eurashe.eu.

    Following are the photographs of the event:

    EURASHE 26th Annual Conference