Brak obsługi JavaScript

Państwa przeglądarka ma wyłączoną obsługę Java Scriptu bądź go nie obsługuje.

Część funkcjonalności serwisu nie będzie dla Państwa dostępna.

Zalecamy włączenie obsługi Java Scriptu bądź zainstalownie innej przegląrki np.: Fire Fox-a

Za utrudnienia przepraszamy.


Sequence of bio-data is in order of presentations in the programme.

Magdalena Pereira

Erasmus Mundus National Structure, NUFFIC (NL)
Magdalena Pereira

Madalena Pereira coordinates the activities of the Dutch Erasmus Mundus National Structure at Nuffic since 2006. She has been involved in several international projects of the Erasmus Mundus National Structure network and is the coordinator of the JDAZ project, Joint degrees from A to Z that has been selected for funding in 2012. She holds a degree in Philosophy and is particular interested in the European initiatives that shape and contribute to the development and quality of higher education.

Prof. Robert Wagenaar

Robert Wagenaar

Robert Wagenaar is a historian and at present director of undergraduate and graduate studies at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. He is also joint director of the Tuning Academy, located in Bilbao and Groningen.

He is an external Higher Education expert for the European Commission and has been involved in main initiatives to harmonize European Higher Education, as the development of a European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) since 1988, the Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area and a European Qualifications Framework for LLL. He also chairs the Dutch team of experts for the implementation of the ‘Bologna Process’ in Dutch Higher Education institutions.

Furthermore, Robert Wagenaar is coordinator of the Erasmus Mundus Master Programme of Excellence Euroculture: Europe in the Wider World.

Together with Julia Gonzalez (University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain), he elaborated, designed and coordinates the large scale innovative projects Tuning Educational Structures in the World. Based on close cooperation of hundreds of academics from Europe and other parts of the World, Tuning has contributed to the modernisation of higher education by developing an approach for designing and implementing curricula using the student centred approach and the concept of key competences and learning outcomes as focal points. By now, the Tuning methodology is tested and used in nearly 100 countries, including Russia, Latin America, Africa, as well as the USA, Australia and Canada. In 2012 a large scale Tuning project started in the Central Asian countries, and a pilot study in China. In 2010 the Tuning Academy was launched to support and carry further the projects’ work.

Prof. Michael Blakemore

Bologna Expert (UK)
Michael Blakemore

Michael Blakemore is a UK Bologna Expert, Technical Director of Ecorys UK, Emeritus Professor of Geography at Durham University, and Honorary Research Fellow at Durham Business School. In 2012 he worked with UNESCO preparing a Global Report on ICTs for the Education of Persons with Disabilities. He has worked at high-levels with the Commission as Rapporteur for Ministerial Conferences on eGovernment and eInclusion, and is Chair of the Marie Curie Economics and Social Science Evaluation Panel since 2012. He has worked since 2008 with DG EAC building Quality Assurance structures and indicators for Erasmus Mundus Courses, as well as working on issues of degree recognition and sustainability of joint programmes. In 2013 he is leading a study on the innovative international Master and Doctoral programmes of the EIT – European Institute of Innovation and Technology.