• Like
  • Save
Prium Tempus Best Practice Bilic
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Prium Tempus Best Practice Bilic

on

  • 694 views

Law on Higher Education in the Republic of Macedonia (Snezana Bilic)

Law on Higher Education in the Republic of Macedonia (Snezana Bilic)

Statistics

Views

Total Views
694
Views on SlideShare
687
Embed Views
7

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

1 Embed 7

http://prium.unica-network.eu 7

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Prium Tempus Best Practice Bilic Prium Tempus Best Practice Bilic Presentation Transcript

    • Law on Higher Education in the Republic of Macedonia Snezana Bilic – Sotiroska Coordinator National Tempus Office Ministry of Education and Science
    • Content of my presentation:
      • Necessity of Adoption of New Law on HE
      • New Law on Higher Education
      • Main Areas of Intervention
      • Amendment of the Law on HE
    • Necessity of Adoption of New Law on HE
      • Previous Law on HE was adopted in 2000;
      • Republic of Macedonia signed the Bologna Declaration in 2003;
      • Amendments of the Law adopted in 2003, 2005, 2007;
      • Current law was an obstacle in the implementation of the Bologna process
    • New Law on Higher Education
      • Law on HE adopted on 14 March 2008 – Official Journal 35/2008
      • Amendments of Law on HE adopted on 19 August 2008 – Official Journal 103/2008
    • Main Areas of Intervention
      • Change of the current structure of the university
        • Functional integration of the University with a fixed transitional period (end of 2008)
        • Legal entity is University, faculties and scientific institutes are integrated units within the University
        • Central university management
    • Main Areas of Intervention
      • Change of role and responsibility of university bodies
        • Broader activities for the Senate and Rector
        • New body – University Council (students, employers ‘ association , local self-government)
        • Rectors conference for public universities
        • Rectors conference for private universities
        • Inter-university conference
    • Main Areas of Intervention
      • Change in the Quality Assurance system:
        • International cooperation in QA (peer reviewers, other QA agencies, relevant associations)
        • Compliance with the Standards and Guidelines for QA in the EHEA
        • Student representatives and representatives of the employers (companies and public sector)
        • Membership in the European Association for QA in higher education
    • Main Areas of Intervention
      • Three cycle based higher education system:
        • The first and second cycle to be described by using ECTS and generic descriptors based on learning outcomes
        • Third cycle organized according to Bologna (teaching and research activities) using outcome-based approach.
          • Normal workload: 3-4 full-time years.
        • Diploma Supplement
    • Main Areas of Intervention
      • Three cycle based higher education system:
      • Regulated professions
        • Joint degrees / joint diplomas
        • National qualification framework in compliance with the EHEA overarching framework for qualifications
        • Study programmes for Lifelong Learning
        • Strengthening the role of students in education
    • Amendment of the Law on HE
      • Tuning in specific areas:
      • T eaching process in clinics by outstanding professionals
      • Practical placement of students
      • Upgrading of teaching and scientific staff
      • HEIs should elected only teaching staff
    • Thank you for your attention www.mon.gov.mk