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 is pleased to report that its 20th Annual Conference took place on 14-15 October 2010 in Tallinn (Estonia). It was the highlight of a year of celebration, commemorating the establishment of EURASHE in 1990. The Conference was hosted by Mainor Business School, and co-organised by the Estonian Rectors Council. The Main Conference Theme was ‘Implementing Bologna: Turning rhetoric into reality. Special conference track: The Social Dimension aspect in the higher education reform process: Research findings about Equitable Access to Higher Education‘
On this page you will find all the relevant information on:
Simon Roy, on behalf of the European Commission, DG Education, Culture, Multilingualism & Youth: “Youth on the Move”, the latest EU strategy and EU policy development in higher education
Richard Yelland, Head of Division, Directorate for Education, OECD – Evaluating the multiple missions of higher education
Prof. Joy Carter, Vice-Chancellor, University of Winchester, (UK) and Dimitri Teperik, Lisbon expert, EST -EU policy on Lisbon and the EU 2020 strategy
Kalle Tammemae, Rector of the Estonian IT College (Estonian Rectors Conference)
Henrik Wolff, Rector of the Arcada UAS in Helsinki, Finnish Council of Universities of Applied Sciences-ARENE – The role of UAS in Innovation & Research
Jirí Nantl, (Masaryk University, CZ) – Strategic university planning after Bologna
Marek Frankowicz (Tarnow University College, PL) – Student-centred learning in the Bologna Process”
John Law, British Council (UK) – International Openness indicators of internationalisation; mobility
Kai Mühleck, Researcher (HIS) – Socio-economic background of student in mass Higher education
Dorit Griga, Researcher (HIS) – Financial barriers in Higher Education
Alice Rasmussen and Bert Gijsbers, Lillibaelt University College (DK) and Hanze University of Applied Sciences (NL) – A European Master in Social Work.
A Case Study on a joint European Master Program in Social Inclusion by:
Krista Tuulik – Entrepreneurship and higher education
Nikitas Kastis, MENON President – EquNet, Enhancing Access through a Focus on Equity
The EquNet presentations
Inequity in access to higher education in Europe – measurement, size, country variation, and possible reasons – Kai Mühleck (http://repository.equnet.info/30)
Evolving Diversity: Contextualising the preliminary findings of EquNet – Anthony F. Camilleri (http://repository.equnet.info/29)
Inequity in access to higher education – two qualitative dimensions, a puzzle, and the question for the institutional perspective – Kai Mühleck (http://repository.equnet.info/31)
Centrality of Studies – Andreas Bohonnek (http://repository.equnet.info/32)
Financial Barriers in Higher Education – Dorit Griga (http://repository.equnet.info/33)
Dissemination Conference track of the EquNet project – Download programme for Track 3
In the European Year of Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion, EURASHE in cooperation with its Consortium partners, is organising a dissemination event on the EquNet project, in which we are presenting the findings of a Europe-wide research project, focusing on EQUITABLE ACCESS to Higher Education.
We strongly recommend this event to colleagues interested in this particular field or working with students, such as social workers, study advisors, student counsellors at institutions, education department officials, etc.
More information on the EquNet project here
Following you will find all the material of the 20th Annual Conference:
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