It contains the report of the various sessions and workshops of the Seminar, dedicated to Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): Flexible Ties within Higher Education as well as information on the keynote speeches and the social programme proposed to the participants.
With the support of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union
EURASHE has three categories of membership
Full member as an Individual institution (autonomous HE institutions or faculties, institutes and departments, etc. within or affiliated to autonomous HE institutions);
Full member as a National Association, representing individual HE institutions in a European country or nation, and recognized as such by its authorities;
Associate member, which can be either associations or organisations active in higher education. These associations can be thematic and/or represent a sector. Country associations, networks on a national or transnational basis, or individual HEIs outside the European Higher Education Area are also considered as associate members. Organisations are stakeholders in HE, such as public or officially recognised QA-agencies, professional bodies, etc.
EURASHE accepts applications for full membership from associations of Higher Education Institutions in a country or region, provided they are recognised as such by their authorities. EURASHE may also grant full membership to individual institutions that are recognised as ‘of higher education’ by the official authorities of the country in which they operate.
HEIs that are affiliated to EURASHE through a ‘national association’ or via an ‘associate member association’ may also apply for individual membership. Thanks to this status, they can have a direct impact on the policymaking of the association, and will also receive information which is normally restricted to national associations.
If you wish to join us, please, fill in the Membership Application Form, print it out and fax it to us or scan it and send it to us via email (whichever way you choose, don’t forget to keep a copy for yourself).
Download the application Form here
Applications for membership are examined by the Board of EURASHE, which meets at least three times per year. The Board usually asks for detailed information on the candidate member (institution or association) during this procedure. We therefore highly recommend applicants to send us the Internet link of their web site as well as a paper copy of a descriptive brochure on their institution (e.g. course catalogue, number of students, student career prospects after their training, etc.).
It is the Council of EURASHE which finally on the outcome of the application after taking into account the recommendation of the Board.
When joining our Association an association or individual institution undersigns the EURASHE policy statements and the EURASHE Working Agenda in the Bologna Process.
Upon becoming a member, the national associations commit themselves to spreading information about the workings and the interests of our association in their home countries, and to their members.
Besides, the members of EURASHE are urged to attend the Association’s Annual General Assembly and Conference, and also to liaise frequently with other members using the Members’ Area on this website.