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Conferencia de VLC/CAMPUS impartida por el profesor José María Peiró sobre la creación de Erasmus Mundus Master

Conferencia de VLC/CAMPUS impartida por el profesor José María Peiró sobre la creación de Erasmus Mundus Master

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  • 1. Aproximación práctica a lapreparación de un master Erasmus Mundus José María Peiró Catedrático Psicología Social Director del Master EM WOP-P
  • 2. Esquema• Internacionalización de las Universidades y la EIPDV en un campus Internacional de excelencia.• EM: Ejercicio de internacionalización. Grandes “trazos” del Programa.• Criterios de concesión y guía para la elaboración de la “narrativa”• “Tips” y consejos.• Presentación de un modelo integrador: Un ejemplo el EMMC WOP-P.• Inputs para preparar una buena aplicación• Resumen y conclusiones.
  • 3. Internacionalización de las Universidades• Más que relaciones internacionales.• Estar entre las universidades visibles y atractivas a nivel mundial en los ámbitos definidos en la estrategia.• Movilidad internacional de nuestros estudiantes y personal académico• Atraer a los mejores estudiantes, profesores e investigadores extranjeros a nuestras Universidades• Tener una oferta internacional de Master y Doctorados• La estructura diseñada en VLC: ESCUELA INTERNACIONAL DE POSTGRADO Y DOCTORADO
  • 4. Escuela Internacional de Postgrado y Doctorado (EIPDV)• Coordina y gestiona la oferta formativa de master y doctorado de excelencia internacional en áreas de Salud, Información/Comunicación y Sostenibilidad.• Orientación investigadora y profesionalizante: interrelación de formación, investigación e innovación.• Procesos de enseñanza-aprendizaje con apoyo en los recursos y equipamientos tecnológicos y en los CRAI.• Desarrollo de competencias multilingües e interculturales.
  • 5. Un campus internacional• Nuevas demandas y exigencias de calidad (1): – Análisis de necesidades y de la competencia en el ámbito internacional: oferta competitiva basada en la estrategia. – Señales de calidad a nivel mundial: agencias acreditadoras internacionales, “rankings”... – Cooperación internacional: Consorcios de Universidades con sinérgias (establecimiento, gestión, coordinación) “asociaciones”, redes, grupos, etc. – Divulgación y publicidad para atraer a candidatos en el ámbito objetivo (Utilidad de las becas). Cuidar canales. – Mecanismos de reclutamiento adecuados a los grupos target y estrategia.
  • 6. Un campus internacional• Nuevas demandas y exigencias de calidad (2): – El proceso de selección y sus complejidades, en especial si se conceden becas EM. – Los “nuevos” servicios que requiere un extranjero: Atención en inglés fluido, acompañamiento en la obtención del visado (anticipación temporal y red de contactos con embajadas, consulados,…) – Anticipación en los plazos y agilidad en las respuestas a consultas. – Sistema de información sobre alojamiento (con familia), acogida, … – Seguros (tener en cuenta condiciones y exigencias embajadas, EACEA…)
  • 7. EM: Sentido y objetivos• Análisis estratégico del Sistema Universitario Europeo de Educación Superior y sus debilidades en el ámbito internacional.• Los objetivos EM – Promover la Educación Superior Europea – Mejorar y promover las perspectivas de carrera de los estudiantes – Promover la comprensión internacional con terceros países. – Contribuir al desarrollo sostenible de terceros países en el campo de la educación superior.
  • 8. El EM un buen ejercicio de internacionalización• Tres acciones: – Acción 1: Programas Conjuntos de Master y Doctorado (Becas A y B) – Acción 2: Proyectos de partenariado (Becas para UE y no UE en todos los niveles de educación superior – Acción 3 Proyectos para promover el atractivo EM (estudios, Alumni, Estructuras nacionales…).• Convocatoria actual – Publicada 16 Diciembre 2010 – Fecha tope: 29 abril 2011 (12:00 horas).
  • 9. Grandes trazos del diseño, implantación y evaluación• Visión y planificación coherente del proyecto: Excelencia, “jugando la Champions”. Convocatoria muy competitiva• Concepción global y diseño conceptual (diversos modelos y parámetros: tamaño, distribución roles y funciones entre partners, secuencias, “timings”…).• Mucha creatividad.
  • 10. Grandes trazos del diseño, implantación y evaluación• Actores y otros “stakeholders”. – Consorcio Internacional: Acuerdo. Nivel institucional y operativo: EU y terceros países. – Partners y asociados – UE, EACEA – Órganos de coordinación que se establezcan – Profesores y staff – Estudiantes; Alumni – Empleadores, asociaciones profesionales y sociedad en general
  • 11. Grandes trazos del diseño, implantación y evaluación• Plan educativo y académico (Visión y modelo mental compartido por los actores). Diploma preferentemente conjunto oficialmente reconocido en todos los países. Política lingüística y plan de movilidad. Investigación e “internship” profesional.• Procesos del “core business”: divulgación, publicidad, reclutamiento, selección, acogida (contrato), impartición , monitorización, evaluación, gestión de la movilidad, diploma y diploma suplement, inserción profesional, asociación de alumni.
  • 12. Grandes trazos del diseño, implantación y evaluación• Tecnología: Web, Gestión, innovación educativa, Actividad docente, procesos administrativos (de universidad y de consorcio), Documentación y Archivo.• Logística: Alojamiento, apoyo visados, familia, necesidades especiales, no discriminación, información ágil y en inglés, seguros, ..• Becas Tipo A y Tipo B. Concesión ayudas públicas.• Movilidad de estudiantes y académicos planificada y coherente
  • 13. Grandes trazos del diseño, implantación y evaluación• Política lingüística (inglés, otras lenguas, cultura. Cuidado con los “filtros” en la selección por motivos lingüísticos).• Economía: Presupuesto convincente, Sostenibilidad; planificación a cinco años. Tasas conjuntas (requisitos)• Coordinación: Partners (plano institucional - Agreement - y operativo) Associates, Órganos de coordinación, reuniones, mecanismos y procedimientos.• Gestión del programa con la EACEA: informes, consultas, etc.
  • 14. Academic quality - Course content (30 %)Describe the EMMC objectives (including in socio-economic terms) in relation to the needs analysis in the field(s) concerned.: To what extent is the EMMC offer justified (notably in terms of inter/multi-disciplinary or newly emerging fields), and how is it linked to identified needs in a European and worldwide context?Explain the EMMCs added value compared with existing masters courses in the same field at national, European and international level.To what extent will this added value contribute to European university excellence, innovation and competitiveness, and, if applicable, to the cooperation expectations of the non European partner countries?Present the structure and content of the EMMC and justify the added value and relevance of the mandatory mobility component. What will be the course structure and main teaching topics? To what extent do the course topics/structure/modules justify their relevance in relation with the course objectives and the needs of the field(s)? How is the students mobility relevant and instrumental to the courses purposes? If applicable, explain how the internship / placement / fieldwork activities fit in the joint course model and objectives.Justify the learning outcomes relevance in view of the students future academic opportunities (e.g. at doctorate level) and employability.Justify the relevance of the consortium composition and the expertise of the key academic staff involved to achieve the EMMC objectives. What are the different fields of expertise of individual partners, and how are these complementary and of added value in the context of a joint and international masters programme? If applicable, what is the rationale and added value of having third-country partners in the consortium? What is the profile of key actors (administrative and academic staff) in the EMMC implementation (provide short and targeted information)? How will invited scholars contribute to the course?Explain the EMMC interaction with the professional socio-economic/scientific/cultural sectors concerned. What types of interactions exist between the EMMC and non-educational actors of the sector concerned (including if applicable, the consortiums associated partners)? What type of involvement, if any, do these actors have in the course implementation (course evaluation, internship/placement providers, financial sponsors, research providers, employment perspectives, etc.)? What is their degree of commitment to the course?
  • 15. Ejemplos buenos y malos
  • 16. Course integration (25%)Justify the extent to which the EMMC is organised in a truly integrated way. To what extent is the coursebased on a jointly developed curriculum or composed of modules developed and delivered separately butcomplementarily? What is the level of participation and institutional commitment of individual partners to thecourse?Justify the extent to which the EMMC is recognised in participating countries and leads to the award of anofficial degree by each of the partner institutions. Describe the type of degree(s) that will be awarded tosuccessful students. How is the course integrated within the partners courses/degrees catalogues? What is itsrecognition status in each of the partner institutions? If applicable, describe the ongoing recognition/accreditationprocess in the relevant countries and the actions taken to award a joint degree on behalf of the consortiumpartners. If available, provide a copy of the proposed degree(s).Describe the consortium joint student application, selection and admission procedure. What commonmechanisms, approaches, criteria will be used? How will the related tasks be shared? How will theprocedure in place guarantee the recruitment of the best candidates through a transparent, fair and objectiveprocedure? How will the equity issues (including balanced gender participation, students with special needs) beaddressed?Describe the joint examination methods and mechanisms in place between the consortium partners toassess the students achievements. How will the ECTS (including the “grading scale”) or other built-inmechanisms be used for the recognition of study and performance assessment? Will there be a (Joint)Diploma Supplement issued on behalf of the consortium (if available provide a model)? What will be thecommon requirements and methods developed by the consortium for the examination of students and theorganisation of the thesis work (if applicable)?Explain how the students participation costs to the EMMC have been calculated and agreed upon by theconsortium.Taking into account the needs and means of each individual partner, provide a detailed description ofthe fees and other costs that justify the amount of participation costs that will be requested from the students fortheir enrollment in the masters course. If applicable, explain how the portion in excess of the EM maximumcontribution to participation costs will be financed.
  • 17. Narra tivaW O P
  • 18. Narra tivaW O P
  • 19. Course management, visibility and sustainability measures (20 %)Describe the organisation of the cooperation mechanisms within the consortium. What is the role of each ofthe partners in the EMMC implementation tasks (financial, evaluation, student support, promotion/marketing,etc.)? Describe the level (/quality) of human (/logistic) resources that will be dedicated by each of the partners tothe EMMC implementation? What type of governing body(/ies) will be put in place? How are these roles definedand endorsed in an EMMC Consortium agreement (if available, attach a model as an annex)? To what extent arethe students involved in the course coordination and implementation tasks? What type of management tools /methods are in place to ensure the appropriate implementation of the course (work programme, roadmap,milestones, work packages, etc.)Provide information on the partner institutions financial contribution to the EMMC and describe the way theEMMC will be managed from a financial point of view. In complement to criteria A.2.5, provide comprehensiveinformation on the overall estimated implementation costs of the course and partners complementary funding(e.g. contribution from partner institutions own resources to finance additional scholarships, contribution from noneducational organisations, etc.). Explain how the EMMC financial resources will be managed by the consortium,and how will the grant (more particularly the consortium lump sum and the students contribution to theparticipation costs) be used and distributed among the partners.Describe the consortium development and sustainability plan designed to ensure the proper implementationand continuity of the EMMC beyond the period of Community funding. What strategies have been envisaged, overwhich period? What are the enrolment projections and the mid/long-term benefits for the partners? If applicable,are associated members involved in this sustainability plan and what degree of commitment can they provide?Describe the course promotion measures taken by the consortium to increase the courses (and the EMprogrammes) visibility and attractiveness. What type of promotion / visibility mechanisms will be implemented(e.g. via professional/academic associations, media, newsletters, conferences, fairs, etc.). How will the EMMCsdedicated website be promoted?
  • 20. Students’ services and facilities (15%)Describe the nature of the information (/support) provided to students prior to their enrolment and the way thisinformation will be delivered. What type of information will be provided to students about the consortium (partnersprofile and expertise), the course (content, structure, delivery methods, learning outcomes and final degree(s)awarded), the student selection procedure and criteria, the services offered, etc? Which facilities will the EMMCsdedicated website provide (e.g. online application)?Describe the content (and, if available, provide a model) of the Student Agreement defining the rights andobligations of the two signing parties. What are the joint course implementation rules and mechanisms, mutualrights, obligations and responsibilities of the two parties as concerns the academic, administrative and financialaspects of the student’s participation in the EMMC?Present the services that will be provided by the partner institutions to host students / scholars, including thenature and coverage of the mandatory insurance scheme. Which services will be offered by the “internationaloffice” or contact desk in terms of support for accommodation and financial facilities, coaching, assistance withvisas and administrative formalities especially for third-country students/scholars? To what extent will specificservices be available for students with a family or with special needs? How will this insurance scheme meet theEM Programme minimum requirements? How will it be managed (/funded) by the partners?Describe the consortium language policy. How do the partner institutions intend to equip students with thenecessary language skills to ensure that they will get the full benefit from participating in the EMMC course (e.g.training facilities, mentorship, local language learning, etc.)? How does this policy fit into the course itself (e.g.integration, availability, costs coverage, recognition of the language courses in the EMMC)? How does theconsortium intend to meet the objective to offer students the possibility to use at least two different Europeanlanguages?Indicate the measures taken to facilitate networking among the Erasmus Mundus students and between thesestudents and other students from the partner institutions. What activities/facilities are foreseen to ensure thesocio-cultural integration of the EM students? What type of relations will the course foresee with the EM AlumniAssociation? If applicable, how often will the EM students (from the same or different cohorts) meet andexchange? What facilities are offered in this perspective? What is foreseen to ensure the proper academicinduction of third country students?
  • 21. Quality assurance and evaluation (10 %)Describe the internal evaluation strategy and mechanisms in place. How (and with whatperiodicity) will this evaluation be organised (by the institutions themselves, through an integratedapproach agreed by all partner institutions, with questionnaires and feed-back systems, etc.)?How will the assessment outcomes be used to monitor, upgrade and improve the quality of thecourse? How will the actors (students / professors) be involved in this exercise?Describe the external quality assurance envisaged. What will the roles of the national,international or professional quality assurance bodies be, if any? Will external experts berecruited for this purpose and - if yes - on what basis and how often? What methodology will befollowed? If applicable, will associated members be involved in this exercise?
  • 22. “Tips” para prearar la solicitud
  • 23. “Tips” para prearar la solicitud
  • 24. Modelo Info day 2011
  • 25. • El Modelo desarrollado para el Master Erasmus Mundus• WOP-P
  • 26. Master Plan Design Design Institutions: Support, Embedding, Exploitation -Stakeholders improvements Prepare -Conceptual design -Workshops Coordination (Across/intra partners) -Structural design -Coordination meetings -Development -Team work within partners B 14. Prof. report: integration 2 B 13. Tirocinio/Practicum/Stage/ Education yImplement • Candidates e a B 10 B 12 master thesis B 10. B 10 B10. Alumni network r recruitment B6 B7 B 8. B9 B11 Selection 1 Block 12. Research master thesis career promotion y e B2 B3 B4. B5 B11 a Block 1. Orientation r Logistics, Quality Communication Support Information Services, Assurance Dissemination Support Facilities & & Good & Publicity System equipment practices
  • 27. Master Plan: Internal drivers Design Systemic Design Institutions: Support, Embedding, Exploitation Annual design -Stakeholders improvements Workshop procedure -Conceptual design -Workshops Prepare Coordination (Across/intra partners) -Structural design -Coordination meetings -Development -Team work within partners Individual Students Academic and team induction Prof. report: integration Research B 14. coordination ownership Protocol for 2 y B 13. Tirocinio/Practicum/Stage/ unit phases Intership for selection Alumni Education e B 12 master thesis Implement • Candidates Process a competncies Career recruitment r B 10 B 10. B 10 B10. service & network International7 leaflet Selection B6 B B 8. B9 teaching Research master thesis Winter B11 school with career international 1 Block 12. y staff Euro-national e B2 B3 B4. B 5 externals B11 promotion Coordination students a Block 1. Orientation practices Awareness r of need forimprovement Quality Personal contact Logistics & assurance Electronic Information staff Quality Communication Communication Support platform Services Assurance Dissemination & Support & Support Handbooks Plan. confidence Facilities & & protocols Good Dissemination of Institutions System Facilities Data equipment equipment practices ISO- prep. bases
  • 28. www.uv.es/erasmuswop
  • 29. Inputs para preparar una buena aplicación• Convocatoria (call for proposals), Program Guide, FAQs. Erasmus Mundus Program Guide. Application Form Instructions.http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/funding/2011/call_eacea_41_10_en.php• Programas aprobados en años anteriores (ver resúmenes en la web y visitar sus webs),http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/results_compendia/documents/compendia/em_a1_compendium2009.pdf• Ejemplos de buenas prácticashttp://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/tools/good_practices_en.php• Handbook of Qualityhttp://www.emqa.eu/Handbook.aspx• Expertos. (quienes han sido en nuestro país; contactar).http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/about/call_experts/call_experts_2007_en.php• Expert Assessment manual 2010: ¡Ayudarles a encontrar lo que tienen que evaluar¡(¡no dejarles que puedan evaluar bajo¡)http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/funding/2011/documents/call_41_10/expassessman_a1emjdv2.pdf• Las sesiones informativas (incluido el “networking” informal).http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus_mundus/events/infoday_2011_en.php• Punto de contacto de la estructura nacional. erasmus.mundus@educacion.eshttp://www.educacion.es/educacion/universidades/convocatorias/entidades/erasmus-mundus-2.html
  • 30. Modelo de excelencia y buenas prácticas.
  • 31. Quality of Teaching and Learning• Designing an excellent curriculum• Communicating course objectives and outcomes• Ensure students are supported in developing the competencies they need• Developing learning skills• Specific courses and training on international learning and working• Developing linguistic competencies across the course• Managing the Erasmus Mundus teaching and learning environment• Research activity and research facilities• Consistent teaching practice across the consortium• Entrepreneurship and business skills• Ensuring that internships appropriately contribute to student learning• Consistent assessment methods• Formal course review
  • 32. Facilities, Logistics & Finance• When students apply to your course• Verifying student qualifications• Pre-entry induction documentation on academic preparation• When Third Country students travel to Europe• Introducing Students to European Academic Practice• When students move between partner institutions• Student Finances• Communicating and Consulting with Students• Benefiting from your Alumni
  • 33. Quality of Leadership & Institutions• The highest quality academic team• Creating a strong course brand• Securing and Maintaining Institutional Commitment• International Teaching and Research• Continuity and leadership• Succession strategies• Financial sustainability
  • 34. Joined-up Practice for an Integrated Course• Selecting students• Consortium Information System• Policy for Course Fees• Division of Labour across the Consortium• A Consortium-wide quality assessment process• Managing the Consortium• Developing a clear and policy for awarding the Master Degree•
  • 35. WOP-P: Una labor de equipoCOORDINACIÓN: José Mª Peiró, Vicente Martínez, Isabel Rodríguez, Nuria Tordera, Carolina Moliner, Ana Hernández,COORDINACIÓN BLOQUES: Ana Zornoza, Francisco Gracia, Vicente González, Virginia Orengo, Salvador Carbonell, Oto LuquePROFESORADO: Amparo Caballer, Doris Ferreres, Pilar González, Susana Lloret, José Ramos, Pilar Ripoll, Alicia Salvador, Inés Tomás, Rosario Zurriaga, Esperanza Rocabert,TUTORES PRACTICUM: José V. Esteve, Fernando Pons, Rafael BotetPERSONAL DE APOYO: Inmaculada Aleixos, Yolanda Estreder, Eva Lira, Miguel A. PastorSERVICIO DE CONTABILIDAD Y GERENCIA.SERVICIO DE POSTGRADO Y VR. DE POSTGRADOSERVICIO DE REL. INT. VR. REL. INTERNAC.FUND. GRAL. U.V.: OPAL, CIG, PATRONAT NORD-SUD…SERVICIO DE INFORMATICA.CENTRO DE FORMACIÓN Y CALIDAD VR. DE PLANIFICACIÓN.RECTORAT.