Reforming European Higher Education - From Policy to Practice
The conference addressed key elements of the European higher education reform, for instance quality assurance, transparency instruments such as ECTS / Diploma Supplement but also the topic of recognition of qualifications.
In addition, the conference also provided the opportunity to exchange experience between German, European and Ukrainian higher education representatives. Furthermore, participants were informed about the results of the Bologna Ministerial Conference in Paris and discussed future challenges in European Higher Education.
|Date||8th to 9th of June 2018|
- Status quo of the European Higher Education Area - results of the
Bologna Implementation Report 2015-2018, Colin Tück [PDF, 7600 KB]
- Impact of Ukrainian Reforms on Participation in EU Projects: Academic Recognition as a Yardstick
- ECTS and the importance of Learning Outcomes, Prof Dr Anthony Vickers [PDF, 422 KB]
- Use of the Diploma Supplement, Raimonda Markeviciene [PDF, 2200 KB]
- Status quo of ICM projects with Ukraine, Ivanna Atamanchuk
- Recognition of Credit Mobility as a Systematic Challenge, Larysa Chovnyuk & Oleksii Isakov [PDF, 390 KB]
- Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area, Colin Tück
- Quality Assessment of Internationalization a tHigher Education Institutions - A case study, Prof Carlos Afonso [PDF, 320 KB]
- The interplay of Qualification Frameworks, ECTS, Learning Outcomes, Quality Assurance, Accreditation and Recognition versus the role of Rankings, Mark Frederiks [PDF, 862 KB]
- Shaping the digital future together, Dr Gisela Zimmermann [PDF, 370 KB]