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 a Main Partner/Initiator in this project running from October 2010 to March 2012. You can learn more on the project on its dedicated website here.
The 4 partners of the MAP-ESG project are the following:
The project responds to the need to map the implementation and application of the ESG, after a five years’ experience in the implementation of the ESG. The partners of this project are the higher education stakeholders known as the ‘E4 Group’. The main outcome of the project is a survey based report on how the ESG have been implemented in the EHEA. This provides recommendations on how their application could be improved, and whether there is a need for a revision of the ESG. The joint E4 report is finalised and has been presented at the BFUG meeting on the 17th January 2012 in Copenhagen. In the first part of 2012 EURASHE will organize a workshops in order to present EURASHE’s individual report for our members and stakeholders, based on the internal ESG consultation.
|Read the Final report of the project – Recommendations of the E4 Group to policy makers here (or click on the cover too!)||Read the EURASHE interim Report here (or click on the cover too!)|
MAP-ESG Launch Conference, Copenhagen (Denmark)
The launch conference of the report Mapping the implementation and application of the ESG in the EHEA presented the findings of the mapping exercise which took place in the course of 2010/2011 by the project partners EURASHE, EUA, ENQA and ESU, and discussed the recommendations to the Bologna Process ministerial conference 2012 on further development of the ESG.
This conference has been organised by ENQA, in collaboration with the EUA, EURASHE and ESU. It gathered around 150 participants, including the members of the Bologna Follow-Up Group, representatives of ministries, national rectors’ conferences, student organisations, quality assurance agencies, employers, and higher education institutions.
Download the documents of the conference:
Participants’ list here