Continuing EHEA Reforms in Hungary
Start date: Jun 15, 2016,
End date: Jun 14, 2018
The rationale is based on relevant Bologna/EHEA documents and their priorities. Promotion of mobility, reaching of the Leuven targets and internationalisation will gain more focus in other national (ESF funded) projects, thus this field will gain somewhat less emphasis. Planned activities: • Support of student centred learning and promotion of innovative and ICT based teaching methodology. • Activities leading to more inclusive higher education, better access and completion rates.• University-business relations, entrepreneurship, more relevant graduate profiles and employability • Further implementation of structural reforms: (regional) capacity building of HEIs and improvement of Bologna/EHEA tools (ECTS, credit recognition, mobility windows, partner countries)Results: teachers in HEIs will be trained in innovative methodology, a database on innovative/digital methodology practices will be developed, a set of proven measures tackling SD will be created; 2 rounds of EHEA classes in schools, UBC, entrepreneurship and innovation will be tackled in conferences and PLAs, Bologna/EHEA tools and ECTS will be revisited and discussed and seminars will be devoted to more successful access to EU grants. Target groups: decision makers, stakeholders in the field of HE; university teachers open to new methods, HEI staff involved in curriculum development and, international relations; students in secondary schools; HEI leaders and staff responsible for inclusion, employers, staff of businesses, stakeholders from partner countries, local and regional partners of HEIs.Impact: Student centered HE, staff will be familiar with ICT tools and digital methodology. HEIs will become more inclusive and will be able to implement proper measures; more disadvantaged young people will be able to access and complete studies. Graduate profiles will be more relevant to employers. Bologna tools and ECTS will be revised, mobility windows widespread, HEI cooperation capacities improved.
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