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Work programme 2012-2015

Meeting of the Co-Chairs of the EHEA Stuctural Reforms Working Group

Working Group meeting Rome, Italy 08/07/2013

The purpose of the meeting was to better coordinate the work with the Chairs of the sub-structures under the mandate of the EHEA WG, i.e to get updates on the work of the sub-groups, try it identify the main issues in the their fields, to prepare the further work of the Structural Reforms WG, and finally to prepare report to be submitted to the Tbilisi BFUG Board meeting.

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MEETING OF CO-CHAIRS OF THE EHEA STRUCTURAL REFORMS WORKING GROUP

A part of the meeting will be held with the Co-Chairs of the sub-groups working under the authority of the Structural Reforms Working group.

DRAFT AGENDA

ITEM 1: WELCOME

ITEM 2: ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA

Document: draft agenda [this document]

ITEM 3: REVIEW OF THE MEETING OF THE WORKING GROUP MAY 22 - 23

Document: meeting report

The Working Group met on May 22 – 23 in Warszawa and focused its discussion on transparency instruments. The Co-Chairs are invited to review the meeting, in particular with a view to identifying issues that need to be followed up in the further activities of the Working Group. Basing on the discussion on the 2nd day of the meeting, co-chairs are invited to elaborate an initial proposal of WG feedback for the Work Program of the Activities on the Peer Learning and Review Initiative.

ITEM 4: Discussion referring to joint session of the WG on SR and the EQF AG

ITEM 5: REVIEW OF THE MEETING WITH CO-CHAIRS

Document: draft agenda

Documents as listed under item 5

The main objective of this item is to allow the Co-Chairs to review issues that should be raised with each of the sub-groups.

ITEM 6: STATE OF PROGRESS AND FURTHER WORK PLANS OF THE SUB-STRUCTURES UNDER THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STRUCTURAL REFORMS WG

The Chair or one of the Co-Chairs of each sub-group will be invited to attend this part of the meeting.

Documents: Terms of reference of the sub-groups., In addition, each sub-group will be invited to submit s brief document on its ongoing and planned activities with a view to identifying issues the sub-group believes should be considered by the Co-Chairs and possibly the Working Group and the BFUG. As regards the Network of Recognition of Prior Learning, the list of questions/issues important in the context of possible recommendations in the field of RPL shall be elaborated. The questions/issues should be discussed at the next meeting of the Network.

Item 6.1 The ad-hoc WG on the Third Cycle

Item 6.2 The ad-hoc WG on the revision of the ECTS Users’ Guide

Item 6.3 The Network of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

Item 6.4 The Network of National Correspondents for Qualifications Frameworks

ITEM 7: UPDATE ON OTHER RELEVANT DEVELOPMENTS

Under this item, the Co-Chairs and the Chairs of the sub-groups are invited to take note, on the basis of oral reports and\or available documentation, of developments regarding:

  • The pathfinder group on automatic recognition
  • The revision of the ESG
  • The ad hoc group on joint programs and degrees

ITEM 8: WORKING GROUP MEETING SEPTEMBER 24 - 25

Documents: draft agenda

Report of the WG meeting May 22 – 23

The Co-Chairs are invited to review preparations for the next meeting of the Working Group, to be held in Brussel on September 24 – 25, including the half-day session on September 25 foreseen as a joint meeting with the EQF Advisory Group on September 25. The European Commission will be invited for this item.

ITEM 9: THE FURTHER WORK OF THE GROUP

Document: timetable of EHEA activities

The Co-Chairs are invited to plan the further work of the Group, in particular with regard to:

  • Meeting schedule and main topics for future meetings
  • Timetable, procedure and main issues to be covered in its report to the BFUG, a first draft of which needs to be submitted in September 2014.
Published: 08/07/2013 - Last modified: 22/07/2016
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