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Conference programme

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09/05/2013
13:00–14:00
Registration of participants

Warsaw University of Technology
Pl. Politechniki 1, Audience Hall, second floor


14:00–15:45
Plenary session
  • Opening session

    - Representative of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (tbc)
    - Representative of the Warsaw University of Technology (tbc)
    - Representative of the Foundation for the Development of the Education System in Poland (tbc)

    

  • Short introduction to the INTERUV project

    Beata Skibińska, Deputy Director of LLP: Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus and Bologna Experts, Foundation for the Development of the Education System

    

  • Keynote speech: “Why do we need joint programmes ”? 

    prof. dr hab. inż. Władysław Wieczorek, Vice-Rector for Student Affairs, Warsaw University of Technology 

  • Lessons learnt from the INTERUV questionnaire on internationalisation strategies and joint programmes

    Beata Skibińska, Deputy Director of LLP: Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus and Bologna Experts, Foundation for the Development of the Education System

  • Erasmus for All 2014-2020 – how the future programme will support internationalisation and joint programmes development

    Martina Friedrich, Erasmus Mundus National Structure, OeAD

    

  • “Perfect” joint study programmes – what should it be like? – key features of joint study programme meeting the Erasmus Mundus requirements

    - Madalena Pereira, Erasmus Mundus National Structure, NUFFIC
    - Frank Moe, Erasmus Mundus National Structure, Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education

  • Discussion

15:45–16:15
Refreshments
16:15–17:45
Plenary session
  • Joint study programmes in practice – how to build up and implement a joint study programme – lessons learnt from the implementation of EMQA tool (Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance for International Higher Education Master and Doctoral Progamme)

    Prof. Michael  Blakemore, UK Bologna Expert

17:45–18:30
Space for networking
10/05/2013
09:30–11:00
Two parallel sessions

Group 1
Issues which cannot be passed over
- development, accreditation & recognition of joint study programmes
Speakers:
- Prof. Christian Masquelier, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France
- Representative of Warsaw University of Technology, Poland (tbc)


Group 2
Issues which cannot be passed over
-quality, sustainability and employability aspects of joint study programmes
Speakers:
- Prof. Robert Wagenaar, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands
- Representative of Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland (tbc)

11:00–11:30
Refreshments
11:30–13:00
Two parallel sessions

Group 1
Issues which cannot be passed over
-quality, sustainability and employability aspects of joint study programmes
Speakers:
- Prof. Christian Masquelier, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France
- Representative of Warsaw University of Technology, Poland (tbc)

Group 2
Issues which cannot be passed over
- development, accreditation & recognition of joint study programmes
Speakers:
- Prof. Robert Wagenaar, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands
- Representative of Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland (tbc)



13:00–14:00
Buffet lunch
14:00–14:45
Plenary session

Feedback from working sessions
tbc

Internationalisation of HEIs: dilemmas and opportunities for universities
Prof. Michael Blakemore
, UK Bologna Expert

Concluding remarks – next steps to be taken in the project and a plan for its dissemination
Beata Skibińska, Deputy Director of LLP: Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus and Bologna Experts, Foundation for the Development of the Education System

Closing remarks
tbc

 


  • Feedback from working sessions
    (tbc)

  • Internationalisation of HEIs: dilemmas and opportunities for universities
    Prof. Michael Blakemore, UK Bologna Expert

  • Concluding remarks – next steps to be taken in the project and a plan for its dissemination
    Beata Skibińska, Deputy Director of LLP: Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, Tempus and Bologna Experts, Foundation for the Development of the Education System

  • Closing remarks
    (tbc)