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Rome Seminar Arthur Mettinger Conclusions

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  • 1. Making Mobility Happen: Concluding Discussion What BolExperts can do: suggestions, reflections, challenges & needs
  • 2.
    • Conclusions from the workshops (Seminar Chair)
    • Comment 1: The students’ perspective
    • Comment 2: The EC perspective
    • The Warsaw Training Seminar
    • Supplementary Information: The ECTS Users’ Guide
    • Some practical issues: Evaluation Forms, …
    • Farewell & words of thanks
    Concluding Plenary: Structure 3
  • 3.
    • BEs can inform (through different channels) on
      • The advantages of mobility
      • Inclusion of “mobility opportunities” in curricula
      • The role of mobility of teachers to enhance mobility of students
      • The fact that language is not & should not be seen as a barrier to mobility
    • BEs can raise awareness on - the necessity to establish institutional/national strategies - the value of Joint Degrees, ERASMUS MUNDUS & full cycle mobility
    • - the necessity of forming partnerships & networks of HEIs - the necessity of providing information re quality (academic & student services) of HEIs in other countries so that students can make well-informed choices (e.g. DK) – rankings?
    What BEs Can Do (1): “Information”/”Awareness” 3
  • 4.
    • BEs can motivate - through showing data on the advantages of mobility - through presenting examples of good practice (locally, nationally, trans-nationally) + inclusion of homecoming students - through organising training & dissemination seminars for HEIs, esp. student representatives
    • BEs can lobby
      • with governments to adapt legal frameworks, ensure portability of grants & loans
      • with representative bodies of HEIs at national level
    What BEs Can Do (2) : “Motivation”/”Lobbying” 3
  • 5.
    • BEs form a European community and can - ask for advice and invite specialists through the Virtual Community - raise awareness for the necessity to have a concerted strategy to develop a system of incentives to encourage more mobility - discuss the question of current language teaching methodology
    What BEs Can Do (3): “Networking” 3
  • 6.
    • Implement structures & procedures within HEIs
    • Change the laws
    • Force HEI leadership
    • Supply funding
    What BEs cannot do 3
  • 7.
    • More time
    • (partial) replacement at home institution ?
    • (more) targeted training?
    • (more) administrative support?
    • Balance of stability & change
    • Counterparts in every (potential) Bologna country
    What BEs might need 3

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