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Presentation of the higher education system through the changes of the bologna process in the field of competitiveness

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  • 1. International Student Scientific- Practical Conference „ The Role of Competitiveness in Studies and Business” 18th November2010 Annie Prégardien Katalin Boksay Erasmus students
  • 2. Belgium – Hungary - Lithuania Introduction Bologna Process Belgium higher eduction system Hungarian higher education system Conclusion Introduction Bologna process Belgium Lithuania Conclusion Lithuanian higher education system Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium “ Each student will be competing with other students throughout the world with similar skills, but also … the efficiency of the universities will be … a major factor in a country’s competitiveness.” (A. Wagner)
  • 3. Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium “ Both a consequence of, and a contribution to the process of integration of European higher education”
  • 4. Bologna process History: Adaptation of the process :
  • 5. Bologna process
  • 6. Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium Belgium “ If you live in Belgium, you know well that this country is not that beer, waffles and chocolate-brown. But did you know that Belgium takes the 12th position in the classification by system of higher education of the Times Higher Education, entitled "SAFE" (System, access, flagship, economics)? And especially, you know why Belgium is so appreciated?”
  • 7. Belgium Belgian education system The education systems are considerably different because the Communities organise and fund their education system autonomously. The Communities have the authority over education in Belgium : Flemish Community French Community the German-speaking Community Registration fee : The amount of the registration fee for a university programme is more than € 1500, and for a college programme is about € 800.
  • 8. Belgium French community Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium
  • 9. Belgium BE French community System overview
  • 10. Belgium BE German community System overview
  • 11. Belgium Flemish community Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium
  • 12. Belgium BE Flemish community System overview
  • 13.
    • Some figures about Helmo:
    •  6000 students
    •  720 staffmembers
    •  13 institutions of higher education
    •  33 Short term and Long term kind of studies
    Belgium The “Problem” of the education system 4 big mergers between universities and universities colleges:
    • HEPL
    • HENAM
    • UMH
    • FPMs
    • HELMo.
  • 14. Hungary Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium
  • 15. Hungary Hungary – System overview
  • 16. Hungary Recognition of the degrees “ The main academic obstacle has long been identified as the recognition of degrees and periods of study.”
  • 17. Lithuania Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium
  • 18. Lithuania Lithuania – System overview
  • 19. Lithuania Harmonization
    • The methodology of quality assessment of study programmes is inconsistent; the specificity of studies is not completely respected;
    • the criteria of both higher non- university and university study programmes are unified.
    • most of the graduated students want to go abroad and find a job there instead of Lithuania.
    This mass character of the higher education is dangerous. 4
  • 20. Conclusion Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium Before the Bologna Process the national education systems were complitly different and after the launch of Bologna the systems are still not the same, they only have basic similarities. The higher education systems answer these in a different way which keeps the lack of harmonisation amoung them. Can we abolish them finally? Or a common system never can be reached? Can we create a procedure for the world which would be the same for all of the countries? How much can we sacrifice for it?
  • 21. Sources & Relevant information: Lithuania Conclusion Hungary Introduction Bologna process Belgium
    • http://www.studyinbelgium.be
    • http://www.esib.org
    • http://www.nbb.be
    • http://www.belgium.be/en/
    • http://www.premier.be/en/node
    • http://www.cref.be/Annuaire_2009.htm
    • http://www.bruxelles.irisnet.be
    • http://www.helmo.be/
    • http://www.expatica.com
    • http://repository.upenn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1033&context=curej
    • http://www.ond.vlaanderen.be
    • http://ec.europa.eu
    • http://www.om.hu
    • http://www.felvi.hu
    • The National Unions of Students in Europe (ESIB), Bologna with student eyes , Bologna Analysis 2005, Layout: Thomas Nilsson, Printed in Bergen, Norway, May 2005
    • http://www.mab.hu
    • www.nefmi.gov.hu
    • www.okm.gov.hu
    • www.naric.hu
    • www.mab.hu
    • www.oh.gov.hu
    • www.highereducation.org
    • Wagner, A., National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education MEASURING UP INTERNATIONALLY Developing Skills and Knowledge for the Global Knowledge Economy , September 2006
    • www.skvc.lt
    • www.smm.lt
  • 22. Thank you for your attention.