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Date of print: 14/11/18
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Work programme of the Bologna Follow-Up Group 2007-2009

Employability: the Employers' Perspective and its Implications

Bologna Seminar Luxembourg 06/11/2008 - 07/11/2008

Official Bologna Seminar on Employability: the Employers' Perspective and its Implications, 6-7 November 2008, Abbaye de Neumünster, Luxembourg.

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Programme

Background documents

Employability working group update
 
The Flexible Professional in the Knowledge Society: General results of the REFLEX project
 
Employer and higher education perspectives on graduates in the knowledge society 
(Report from the REFLEX project by Lore Arthur, John Brennan and Egbert de Weert - 3,3 MB)
 
Responses to the short country survey of the employability working group. Country Survey on Employability (WG 2007-2009) - answers

Plenary 1

Graeme Roberts, Higher Education Academy
 
François Biltgen, Luxembourg
 
Frank Vandenbroucke, Flemish Community of Belgium
 
David Coyne, European Commission

Plenary 2

Frank Stefan Becker, Siemens
 
Ellen Hazelkorn, Dublin Institute of Technology

Plenary 3

Jean-Louis Mercy, Eurostat
 
Sabina Crameri and Katrin Schuler, Universität St. Gallen
 
Lore Arthur, The Open University

Panel discussion

European Universities’ Charter on Lifelong learning (Howard Davies, EUA)

Working Group 1

Stephen Halpin, Curious Group Ltd.
 
Jaana Lehto, Tradeka Ltd.
 
Franck Leprévost, Université du Luxembourg (in French)
 
Christiane Deckenbrunnen, Fortis Bank
 
Els van der Werf, Hanzehogeschool Groningen

Working Group 2

Sjur Bergan, Council of Europe
 
Christoph Anz, BMW Group
 
Michael Thorne, Anglia Ruskin University

Working Group 3

Christine Buelens, METALogic
 
Bruno Carrias, Mouvement des Entreprises de France (in French)
 
Bernd Mentzel, Volkswagen AG
 
Aloyse Schoos, International Electronics & Engineering (4,5 MB)

Working Group 4

Bruce Wood, Glasgow Caledonian University
 
Marie-Pierre Mairesse, Université de Valenciennes (in French)

Published: 06/11/2008 - Last modified: 20/10/2016
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