http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/highereducation/System/TB_en.jpgOn 8-9 December in Aghveran, Armenia, a Bologna Seminar on student participation in higher education governance was co-organised by the Ministry of Education and Science of Armenia, the European Students’ Union and the Council of Europe. The objective of the seminar was to look into topical issues of student participation in higher education governance and quality assurance, from institutional to national and international levels, outlining the main problems and obstacles, looking for examples of good practice and proposing a way forward.Link to the documents and presentations from the seminar.
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Programme
2.
Final Report

byMilica Popovic, General Rapporteur
3. Presentations:

· -“Student participation: main developments and challenges”,
Dr Manja Klemenčič, Post-doctoral researcher, Centre for Education Policy Studies, University of Ljubljana

· -“Mapping the status of student participation in Europe”
Karl Agius, member of Social Affairs Committee of ESU

· -“National policy on student participation in institutional governance: example of Finland”
Dr Terhi Nokkala, Research Fellow, Finnish Institute for Educational Research

· -“National policy on student participation in institutional governance: example of Germany”
Mr Bastian Baumann, Higher Education Consultant

· “Student-Centred Learning and its Challenges in Europe”
Prof Jussi Välimaa, Institute for Educational Research of the University of Jyväskylä, Finland

· “The Challenges from Budapest: the ESU declaration”
Dr Per Nyborg, former Chair of the Council of Europe Steering Committee for Higher Education and Research and Head of the Bologna Secretariat from 2003-2005 (Norway)

· Powerpoint Presentation of the Final Report
By Milica Popović, General Rapporteur