Work programme 2012-2015

First international conference on European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and Synergies with the European Research Area (ERA) Focusing on Mobility

Bologna Seminar Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina 12/09/2012 - 13/09/2012

The Federal Ministry of Education and Science of Bosnia and Herzegovina hosted the first international conference on "European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and Synergies with the European Research Area (ERA) Focusing on Mobility" which was held in Sarajevo on 12 and 13 September 2012. The conference has been held within co-chairmanship Bosnia and Herzegovina (together with Cyprus) of Bologna Follow-Up Group.

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Opening of the Conference

  • Damir Mašić, Federal Minister of Education and Science
  • Anton Kasipović, Minister of Education and Culture RS
  • Sredoje Nović, Minister of Civil Affairs of BiH


Plenary session

  • Presentation Key Objectives of the Conference
  • Representative of the BFUG Secretariat
  • The ERA and the EHEA
  • Aims and Targets of the Mobility Strategy 2020 for EHEA - Recommendations of the EHEA Ministerial Conference - Bucharest 2012
  • Mobility in HE as a Prerequisite for Knowledge and Innovation Society - Specifics of Professional Higher Education within EHEA
  • Mobilizing Research and Higher Learning: Strategies for BiH Towards the Goals of EHEA (2020)
  • Short stocktaking: Developments in the EHEA and ERA
  • EHEA and the ERA within the Europe 2020 Strategy

Parallel Workshops Session

  1. EU Mobility Programs and Barriers (mr. Zdenka Steblovnik Župan)
  2. Quality Strengthening in Teaching and Research through Mobility (dr Sacha Garben)
  3. Interuniversity Mobility (prof.dr. Petar Marić)
  4. Challenges between the EHEA and the ERA Correlation (mr. Boris Ćurković)
  5. How Increasingly Better Inform Research Community About Integration to the EHEA & ERA, Possibilities for Funding and Networking (Haris Muhić, SUSBIH)

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Published: 12/09/2012 - Last modified: 28/07/2016
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