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  • 1. EUniting: what European partners are looking for European Higher Education Fair Manila 2012 Fernando Zapico
  • 2. 2020 AgendaIncrease the number of graduates(target: 40% of people under 35) Improve the quality of teaching and research training: core transferable competentes for high skill occupations Enhance sudents mobility and cross-border cooperation to boost Higher Education PerformanceStrenghen links between Education, Research and Business
  • 3. The Bologna Process: 2010Purpose Objectives Making European Higher Introduction of the three Education more compatible; cycle system more comparable; more (Bachelor/Master/Doctorate) competitive and more attractive for Europeans andstudents from other continents Quality Assurance Recognition of qualifications and periods of study
  • 4. The Bucharest Comunique: April 2012 Promoting mobility of students, academic and administrative staff Introduction of a credit system for the assessment of study performance (ECTS) Lifelong Learning
  • 5. European Credit Transfer andAccumulation System (ECTS) Transfer of learning between different institutionsGreater student mobility More flexible routes to gain degrees Curriculum design Quality assurance
  • 6. ECTS Institutions MUST: Publish their course catalogues on the web including detailed descriptions of study programs, units of learning, university regulations and student services Include ´Learning Outcomes´ and ‘workload’ in Course descriptions Express Learning Outcomes in terms of credits: each credit corresponds to 25-30 hours of work. Workload for an academic year ranges from 1500 to 1800 hours, 50-60 credits
  • 7. Commission Green Paper on Learning Mobility Boosting knowledge and skills of young people by helping them to study abroad Programs for Lifelong Learning, Youth, Culture and Citizenship Erasmus as star program The importance of Erasmus Mundus
  • 8. Erasmus Mundus GlobalizationInternational Interculture experience Dialogue
  • 9. Award Criteria Academic Quality Course IntegrationCourse Managment, Visibility and Sustainability Measures Students facilitiesQuality Assurance and Evaluation
  • 10. Erasmus Mundus Key ConceptsExcellence Academic Embloyability Sustainabilityand Research Quality Graduates Innovative and demanded by Co-funding unique society Placements and research Additional Added value opportunities by Revenue associates Associates Role
  • 11. Masters Courses: preferred areasEngineering, Technology (44)Social and Cultural Sciences; Economics (28)Natural Science (26)Mathematics; IT (15)Law (2)Humanities (6)
  • 12. Selected Projects for Action 2 CLILNK/EMEA project Projects Techno II Project Networking and Globalisation of Erasmus Mundus Teaching in Engineering Studies MOVER
  • 13. Salamat po!