EURASHE organised a Round Table on Staff Mobility in Brussels (Belgium) on 8 June 2015. It is organised by EURASHE, and Flanders Knowledge Area (FKA) and hosted by the Flemish Ministry of Education and Training. Underneath are further information on:
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Day 1 – Monday 8 June 2015
09.00 – Registration and coffee
09.30 – Welcome and Keynote speeches
The report on staff mobility in the Bologna Follow-Up Group, by Dr Hanns Sylvester, Director of the German National Erasmus+ Agency for Higher Education at the DAAD, Germany
The Flemish case: policy recommendations, by Isabelle De Ridder, Secretary of the Council on Higher Education of the Flemish Council for Education
10.30 – Coffee and networking
11.00 – Peer-learning activity: SWOT-analyses on international staff mobility
12.00 – Lunch, poster session and networking
13.30 – International exchange on practices in staff mobility at institutional level
15.30 – Conclusions and recommendations
16.15 – end of the round table
This is a unique opportunity to meet your colleagues involved in international cooperation. The report of the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) working group on mobility will present its report that was delivered to the EHEA Ministerial Conference in Yerevan (Armenia) on 15-16 May 2015.
Staff mobility is an important issue at institutional level. It is part of the policy and practice in internationalisation. It is a corner stone of the Bologna Process and the development of the European Higher Education and Research Area (EHERA).
This is the background of EURASHE’s round table on staff mobility in cooperation with Flanders Knowledge Area (FKA), the Flemish agency for the promotion of the international dimension in higher education.
The aim of the round table is to present the findings of the BFUG, to organise a peer-learning activity on the basis of an international SWOT-analysis and to define the key success factors for staff mobility. Staff mobility is considered as the involvement of staff members in international cooperation in the field of education, research and also the world of work.
Staff members involved in international cooperation in higher education institutions affiliated to EURASHE are invited to join the round table.
The round table will close with conclusions and recommendations, that will be further developed and addressed by EURASHE’s working groups.
As the number of participants is restricted please register and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 2015 Round Table Mobility: Conclusions (0.2 MB)
- 2015 Round Table Mobility: Programme (0.3 MB)
- 2015 Round Table Mobility: Programme session 1 (0.2 MB)
- 2015 Round Table Mobility: Programme session 2 (0.2 MB)
- Experience of BA School of Business and Finance (BASBF), Riga, Latvia on staff mobility (0.2 MB)
- Staff Mobility and the Bologna Process (0.6 MB)
- Staff Mobility at Vilniaus Kolegija: From Individual Efforts to the Strategy and Structure (1.4 MB)
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