Newsletter September 2015 – BC
Being focused on the project results and experiences promotion, BC is targeted to wide and regular dissemination on the project’s activities.
The information on E3M project is presented at the official website of BC in the open access for all the HEIs, organizations and individuals interested in promoting Bologna process tools and increasing education quality as well as graduates employability and university-enterprise cooperation.
E3M project’s objectives, running and intermediate results were reported at four levels: institutional, local, international and Tempus inter-project coaching.
At the institutional level DSTU as the member of BC provides all the information about the project implementation by means of carrying out the following activities: Project Information Days, DSTU Academic Council meetings, the official DSTU websites news updating; E3M posters and brochures designing.
At the local level E3M project was presented by DSTU staff at Regional methodological seminar “Involvement of employers in developing study programmes”, Rostov Region HEIs Rectors’ Board “Strengthening education quality by mobility and cross-border cooperation”.
At the international level DSTU announced E3M project outcomes at the IV Bologna Club Session “Capacity building towards international dimension in Higher Education Institutions”, International Education Forum “Russia in EHEA: updated view of higher education”, Bologna Follow-Up meeting in Luxemburg and International Conference in Greece; at the International round-table “Education, research and business: transfer of knowledge and innovations”; Higher Education Reform Experts seminars in Russia, Latvia, Austria; International methodological seminar “Best practices of university-business cooperation”, International round-table “University as the regional hub for innovations and technologies”.
In the framework of Tempus inter-project coaching E3M project presentation was made during the web-conferences of VALERU Tempus project “Validation of non-formal/informal learning in Russian Higher Education”.