Learning Outcomes, Quality Assurance and the Framework

Learning Outcomes, Quality Assurance and the Framework by Bryan Maguire, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_MAGUIRE.pdf (0.2 MB)

The role of Governments & stakeholders in the Bologna Process – Speech

The role of Governments & stakeholders in the Bologna Process - Speech by Marlies Leegwater, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_LEEGWATER_text.pdf (94 KB) - Marlies Leegwater will reflect on the role of the various levels of government in relation to the strategic agenda of the Bologna Process as set by the ministers and taken up by the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG), to make the European Higher Education Area fully operational. She discusses ways and means to bring the agenda forward and highlights the important roles and interactions of the various stakeholders in this.

The role of Governments & stakeholders in the Bologna Process – Presentation

The role of Governments & stakeholders in the Bologna Process - Presentation by Marlies Leegwater, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_LEEGWATER.pdf (0.3 MB) - Marlies Leegwater will reflect on the role of the various levels of government in relation to the strategic agenda of the Bologna Process as set by the ministers and taken up by the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG), to make the European Higher Education Area fully operational. She discusses ways and means to bring the agenda forward and highlights the important roles and interactions of the various stakeholders in this.

ECTS implementation: Guidelines, Problems and Solutions

ECTS implementation: Guidelines, Problems and Solutions by Sandra Kraze, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_KRAZE.pdf (0.3 MB) - The ECTS, or European Credit Transfer System was put in place by the Bologna process to ensure international mobility and recognition. It is a student-centred system as on credit represents 24h of work for the student and it is linked to learning outcomes.
The presentation exposes how the ECTS is implemented, how the credits can be transferred and recognised, how they are linked to learning outcomes, quality assurance, how they can validate informal learning, and how, through all this, they enhance lifelong learning.

Mobility trends in the exchange of students and teachers between Russian Federation and West European countries

Mobility trends in the exchange of students and teachers between Russian Federation and West European countries by Marek Frankowicz, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_FRANKOWICZ.pdf (2.3 MB)

EURASHE a consultative member of the Bologna Follow-up Group

EURASHE a consultative member of the Bologna Follow-up Group by Stefan Delplace, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_DELPLACE_2.pdf (0.1 MB) - EURASHE is the European association of Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) that offer professionally oriented programmes and are engaged in applied and profession-related research within the Bologna cycles. It works through working roups on various topics, and organises scientific events.
EURASHE also represents professional higher education in various instances, such as the European Commission, the European Parliament, the E4, and, of course, the Bologna Follow-Up Group.

The role of higher education institutions in the European Higher Education Area

The role of higher education institutions in the European Higher Education Area by Stefan Delplace, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_DELPLACE_1.pdf (0.2 MB)

Questions for follow-up on the institutional level for the implementation of the Bologna process in Russia

Questions for follow-up on the institutional level for the implementation of the Bologna process in Russia by Sjur Bergan, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_BERGAN.pdf (0.2 MB)

The internationalising context of quality assurance, accreditation and recognition

The internationalising context of quality assurance, accreditation and recognition by Axel Aerden, Version 2011, EURASHE_Sem_BP_110602-03_pres_AERDEN.pdf (3.9 MB)