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Seminar on Innovative PHE: only a few spots left

Join us in Warsaw on 14-15 October 2015 for keynote speeches, working sessions and peer-learning opportunities on a) funding, b) access to higher education, c) regional cooperation. A poster session on funding models of higher education will also be organised. Speakers include Ketan Makwana, Sadie King (Tavistock Institute in London), Irene Sheridan (Cork Institute of Technology), Slawomir Wiak (Lodz University of Technology), Hans Vossensteyn (CHEPS) and Michael Joris (UCLL).
There are only a few spots left - registrations close on 11 October.

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Excellence in Higher Education: what is it all about?

Discover what excellence in higher education means to institutions and quality assurance agencies in the final conference of the PHExcel project on 18-19 November in London. It takes place the day before the start of EQAF. Registrations are free of charge.

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'New Priorities for European Cooperation in Education and Training'

The European Commission has issued a draft joint report calling for strengthening cooperation in education and training up to 2020 and proposing to reframe the ET 2020 strategic framework around 6 priorities instead of 13 previously.

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Applied Research Benefits to the Regional Environment

Join us in Heilbronn, Germany, on 3 December for a seminar aiming at presenting different aspects of how regional development can be combined with and benefit from applied research. Results of our survey on RDI, which closes on 11 October, will be presented there. 

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EC Survey on the Simplification of Horizon 2020

A year and a half into Horizon 2020 a survey was launched to find out what stakeholders think about the impact of the existing simplification, and gather any further ideas for simplification. Members are encouraged to contribute until 23 October.

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Professional Higher Education as a Solution to the Economic Crisis

The material of EURASHE's latest seminar on PHE as a solution to the economic crisis is now available online. It discusses topics such as university-business cooperation, student-centred education, as well as new approaches to quality assurance.

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Towards Mastering the Challenges of the International Classroom: IntlUni project

The IntlUni project addressed the challenges and opportunities in the multilingual and multicultural learning space. It identified quality criteria and developed recommendations for how institutions may develop and implement quality teaching and learning in such an environment.

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A Manual for Internal Quality Assurance in Higher Education

To support quality assurance practitioners, but also lecturers and trainers, in their day-to-day work, EURASHE sponsored Lucien Bollaert's Manual for Internal Quality Assurance in Higher Education. Further copies have been printed following the success of the first copies since its launch in late 2014. Copies can be ordered on our website.

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