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Presentation by Stephan Bedke (Germany) at the Study Visit Group No: 183 (CEDEFOP) , “Educational cooperation with professional institutions to promote language skills 2014″.
 

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Presentation by Stephan Bedke (Germany) at the Study Visit Group No: 183 (CEDEFOP) , “Educational cooperation with professional institutions to promote language skills 2014″.

Presentation by Stephan Bedke (Germany) at the Study Visit Group No: 183 (CEDEFOP) , “Educational cooperation with professional institutions to promote language skills 2014″.

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  • Umfang <br /> Seit der Gründung des Elitenetzwerks Bayern im Jahr 2004 wächst das Programm beständig. Um Ihnen auch eine Vorstellung vom Umfang des Förderprogramms zu geben, sehen Sie hier die aktuellen Zahlen: <br /> Derzeit werden etwa 3.000 Mitglieder im Elitenetzwerk gefördert. Darunter befinden sich ca. 1700 Stipendiaten im Max Weber-Programm und 1000 Studierende in den Elitestudiengängen. <br /> Rund 190 Doktorandinnen und Doktoranden werden in den Internationalen Doktorandenkollegs gefördert. Dazu kommen noch ca.150 Forschungsstipendiatinnen und -stipendiaten und ab dem Jahr 2014 bis zu 6 Nachwuchsforschergruppen. <br /> Das Finanzvolumen des Elitenetzwerks beträgt für das aktuelle Haushaltsjahr 2013 rund 20 Millionen Euro. <br />

Presentation by Stephan Bedke (Germany) at the Study Visit Group No: 183 (CEDEFOP) , “Educational cooperation with professional institutions to promote language skills 2014″. Presentation by Stephan Bedke (Germany) at the Study Visit Group No: 183 (CEDEFOP) , “Educational cooperation with professional institutions to promote language skills 2014″. Presentation Transcript

  • Language skills in university scholarship programs Elite Network of Bavaria Stephan Bedke March 2014
  • Logo 1700 MWP ESG IDK FOR MaxWeber-Prog ResearchScholarsh 6 NFG InternationalJun ResearchGroups EliteGraduate DoctorateProgra Elite Network of Bavaria about 3000 members 1000 100 150 Financial volume: 20 million € per year Beate Lindner Institution  Main objectives:  Support of promising talents  Attracting best scientists  For the benefit of the State of Bavaria
  • Logo Actions developed in coordination with other entities  Cooperation with various other educational institutions:  German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes)  Language schools in the target country (UK, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain) and language courses in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Turkish  Academic partner of the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting etc.  Team Sprachraum at LMU Munich:  Soft-skill seminars  Bavarian universities Max Weber-Program students at language school in Salamanca
  • Logo Strategies  International scholarship programs  Participation in scientific meetings, conferences etc. (Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, Get-together meetings, international science meetings (ESOF) ...)  Exposure to world-class research  Promotion of foreign language skills within the programs  “Networking” between researchers and scientists Nobel laureate Robert Huber (Chemistry) with alumna Nadja Bertlef at Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2013
  • Logo Results  Our programs attract students / young researchers from from all around the world  Percentage of non-German scholarship holders: 16,7% (despite Max Weber- Program)  Interaction between the scholarship holders across our five programs  High demand for language courses etc.  Essential need to be able to communicate in at least one lingua franca Dan Shechtman – Israeli Nobel Laureate (Chemistry) at Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting 2013 with international young researchers
  • Logo - Motivation is a decisive factor in successful second language acquisition. - Meaningfulness of foreign language learning is self-evident for our students and young researchers. - Motivation is inevitably very high. Conclusions