With this first issue of our 2011 Newsletter the EURASHE Secretariat would like to wish all our readers a happy, fruitful and prosperous new year 2011.
Our only feature this month is the upcoming Bologna Seminar in Budapest.
This sixth seminar in our series of EURASHE Lifelong Learning Seminars, is this time devoted to "Embedding Professional Short Cycle Higher Education in the (Higher) Education System", and will be held in Budapest, the capital of Hungary, which presently holds the Presidency of the European Union, on 20-21 January 2011.
The event will be hosted by Budapest Business School and is organised in partnership with the Ministry of National Resources of Hungary (MNR).
The upcoming Bologna seminar on Short-Cycle Higher Education (SCHE) will offer to participants to learn about the diversified sector of SCHE throughout Europe and will also provide insights into cases from the U.S.A. and Canada. The seminar will benefit from the first public presentation of the results and findings of a comparative cross-European survey on SCHE which was run by EURASHE within the EU-funded project "L5: Missing Link".
We invite you to participate in the event and look forward to meeting you in Budapest.
Participation in the seminar is free of charge, so participants will have to cover their travel and accommodation expenses only.
For full information on the seminar click here
For on-line registration, please, click here