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10 août 2011

Internationalisation and QA: Connecting European and Global Experiences

From 30 November until 2 December 2011, INQAAHE and ENQA organise a joint seminar “Internationalisation and QA: Connecting European and Global Experiences”. The seminar takes place in Brussels, Belgium at the Metropole Hotel.
The first day (30 November 2011) is organised by INQAAHE and is entitled “Quality of International Education in the Professions”. During this day INQAAHE will pay a tribute to Dr Marjorie Peace Lenn, one of the founders of INQAAHE in 1991, who sadly died last year. Marjorie’s main interests, the various forms of international higher education and its relation with the professional accreditors will be explored through presentations and workshops.
The second day (1 December 2011)  'Connecting European and Global experiences' is jointly organised by ENQA and INQAAHE. The ENQA seminar, entitled “European Quality Labels and QA”, will take place on 2 December 2011 and will focus on European Quality Labels and Quality Assurance.The objectives of the seminar are to analyse the nature of so-called quality labels in terms of their aims and objectives, methodological approaches and criteria used in their reviews, to discuss their specific contribution to quality assurance in Europe and to analyse the relation between quality labels and quality assurance solely based on the European Standards and Guidelines.
Programme
The seminar Internationalisation and QA: Connecting European and Global Experiences is divided in three parts. On the first day  INQAAHE will offer a programme on the Quality of Internationalisation in the Professions. On the second day INQAAHE and ENQA will jointly explore their experiences with disciplinary accreditation initiatives and mutual recognition. The third day is organised by ENQA and focusses at European Quality Labels and Quality Assurance. Please find below more information about the different parts. Preliminary programme Internationalisation and QA.
Quality of International Education in the Professions

On Wednesday 30 November INQAAHE will organise a seminar on the Quality of International Education in the Professions. During this day INQAAHE will pay tribute to Dr Marjorie Peace Lenn, one of the founders of INQAAHE in 1991, who sadly died last year. Marjorie’s main interests, the various forms of international higher education and its relation with the professional accreditors will be explored through presentations and workshops. There will also be presentations about linking internationalisation trends to QA developments. Contributions will come from many parts of the world. One of the plenary keynote speakers is Bethany Jones, President of the Center for QA in International Education (confirmed). She will talk about Quality Assurance in Teacher Education.
Connecting European and Global Experiences

On Thursday 1 December INQAAHE and ENQA will organise a joint seminar: Connecting European and Global Experiences.  Attention will be paid to (recently) established European and International disciplinary accreditation initiatives and their relation to (national) QA systems. Also during this day mutual recognition in Europe, Latin-America and the Asia-Pacific region will be addressed. One of the plenary keynote speakers is Eva Egron-Polak, Secretary General of the International Association of Universities (IAU). She will talk about IAU’s 3rd Global Survey on Internationalization of Higher Education and the role for Quality Assurance Agencies in relation to internationalisation of higher education.
European Quality Labels and Quality Assurance

On Friday 2 December ENQA will organise a seminar on European Quality Labels and Quality Assurance. The objectives of the seminar are to analyse the nature of so-called quality labels in terms of their aims and objectives, methodological approaches and criteria used in their reviews, to discuss their specific contribution to quality assurance in Europe and to analyse the relation between quality labels and quality assurance solely based on the European Standards and Guidelines.
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