Mobility and Recognition
The Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) decided to set up a Working Group on Mobility considering the provisions of the Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqué. The main task of the Working Group on Mobility was to draft a mobility strategy “Mobility for Better Learning” by Ministers in 2012.
The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) organized a conference on Transnational Mobility in Bachelor and Master Programmes, in Berlin, 12 October 2009.
First meeting of the Working Group on Mobility 2009-2012.
First meeting of the Working Group on Recognition 2009-2012: Discussion of Terms of Reference of the Working group, setting road map and timetable
Second meeting of the Bologna Working Group on Mobility 2009-2012.
Second meeting of the Working Group on Recognition 2009-2012.Brainstorming on possible recommendations.
On 5 and 6 October in Antwerp, a first conference was held as part of the Europe 2020-flagship initiative "Youth on the Move”.
Third meeting of the Bologna Working Group on Mobility 2009-2012.
Fourth meeting of the Working Group on Recognition 2009-2012. Preparation of the stakeholders conference on recognition.
Conference "From Imbalanced to Balanced Mobility in the EHEA – Current Challenges and Perspectives for the Future” organized by the DAAD.
Fifth meeting of the Working Group on Recognition 2009-2012. Working group meeting and stakeholders conference discussing recognition issues according to the working group tasks with special...
Fifth meeting of the Bologna Working Group on Mobility 2009-2012.
Sixth meeting of the Working Group on Recognition 2009-2012. Discussion and approval of the working group's final report and recommendations to the ministers.
Event organized by German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and German Academic Exchange Service.