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Pays : Serbie  Langue(s) : anglais 

EURASHE 2016 - 26th annual conference of the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education - Centres of cooperation striving for excellence: professional higher education and the world of work

Date :  du 21-04-2016 au 22-04-2016

Lieu :  Belgrade

Organisation :  European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE)

Programme : 

EURASHE represents higher education institutions offering professionally oriented programmes, characterised by having strong links with the world of work. While in the past years EURASHE promoted different modes and the overall importance of cooperation between professional higher education institutions and the world of work, with the 26th Annual Conference we wish to bring attention to the benefits this cooperation brings to all the sides.

      Entitled ‘Centres of cooperation striving for excellence: Professional higher education and the world of work’, the Annual Conference will develop through 3 main themes seen as the biggest strengths of the cooperation built between PHE institutions and the world of work: employability, regional development and innovation. When talking about employability, we will address different indicators and discuss modes of cooperation and engagement that support graduates’ employability. Regional development and service to society proved to be one of the biggest strengths of our sector. We will showcase good practices where cooperation between institutions, the business sector and local and regional authorities made significant contribution to local/regional development. Finally, innovation is a key for development and when stakeholders work together, great things are achieved.
      The 3 main themes will be built by key-note speakers, and further developed through working sessions focusing on management, educational aspects of cooperation and the role of different stakeholder groups. Additionally, a specific track during the 2-day event will give attention to the topics of high importance for Serbia and countries in the region. This way we wish to contribute to the further development of, and to professional higher education, in the Western Balkans.


      - Danutė Rasimavičienė leads the Faculty of Business Management of Vilniaus Kolegija/ University of Applied Sciences, Lithuania.

      - Dr. Karel Šima works in the Centre for Higher Education Studies, Prague as a senior researcher and consultant.

      - Jens Nymand Christensen is Danish and holds a Master degree in Business Economics and International Economics.

      - Terry Dray is the Director of Graduate Advancement, Employer Engagement at Liverpool John Moores University where he is responsible for the World of Work Programme, stake holder engagement and employment and skills.

      - Michael Nagel, Head of Department of International Business at Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative State University (Germany), Developing and Improving Employability-Prospects of Successfully Linking Theory and Practice in Academic Study Programs

      - Victoria Galan-Muros, International expert on university-business cooperation, higher education and innovation (Spain), Nature and nurture of the relationships between HEIs and business in Europe

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      Ressources mises à disposition à l'issue de la manifestation : 

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      Les diaporamas des conférences plénières sont disponibles dans la bibliothèque numérique de l'association.

      mot(s) clé(s) :  enseignement et formation professionnels, enseignement supérieur, relation formation - emploi