Join a talk to increase knowledge in Quality Assurance, International student recruitment, and academic partnership
Date: December 10, 2019 | Time: 09.00-14.30 (Moscow, UTC +3)
As part of cooperation the parties are expected to conduct webinars and hold expert meetings devoted to current quality issues in education, assistance in developing internationalization of higher education, academic partnership and export educational potential of Russia and Kyrgyzstan.
The 10th ENQA General Assembly took place on 17-18 October 2019 in Yerevan, Armenia. The event was organised in cooperation with the National Centre for Professional Education Quality Assurance Foundation (ANQA).
Internationalization of higher education. Cooperation with quality assurance networks and agencies. International student recruitment.
In October 2019 the Agency for Strategic Initiatives «Tochka Kipeniia» (Moscow) at Higher School of Economics together with the Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science held the seminar «New Model of State Control (Supervision) in Education under the Mechanism of a «Regulatory Guillotine».
Internationalization of higher education. Cooperation with quality assurance networks and agencies. International student recruitment and academic mobility. Development of inter-university partnership.
Accreditation in Education company organizes webinars under the aegis of Asia Pacific Quality Network (APQN) aimed at establishing cooperation between Quality Assurance Agencies and Russian universities
Waldemar Siwiński, Vice-President of IREG Observatory on Academic Ranking and Excellence, told Rossiyskaya Gazeta about what modern rankings lack.
The State Examination Center of the Republic of Azerbaijan is hosting the 45th International Association for Educational Assessment Annual Conference (IAEA). This year’s conference theme is: Assessment and Decision-making: Individual and Institutional Solutions.
The delegation of the State Inspectorate for Supervision of Quality in Education under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan took part in the International Summit on Development of Global Education organized by Times Higher Education Agency.
In present-day conditions, the system of supplementary professional education becomes a powerful socio-economic tool. For the state and industry, this is a tool for training, retraining and adaptation of skilled personnel for new industries and technologically renewed production facilities. For citizens, including those in the assumed «risk zone» (representatives of «dying» professions, people nearing retirement age and women on maternity leave), this is an opportunity to build a career and improve individual wealth. How things stand with implementation of this strategy in Russia and how the system of supplementary professional education can be turned into a rapid response force, rather than a slow down force-all this was discussed at the round table «SPE: Growth Points in the Context of Continuing Education» organized by Accreditation in Education company with support from the Interfax News Agency.
In the context of globalization and integration into the international educational space, it is important to ensure the quality of higher education and increase the competitiveness of educational services. The main trends are internationalization, academic mobility and digitalization.
The national agency for quality assurance in science and higher education in the Republic of Croatia conducted a study on internationalization in the Croatian higher education area; there is a significant interest of higher education institutions in recruiting international students as one of the ways of enhancing the quality of study programs and higher education institutions; due to its geographic position, both a Mediterranean and Central European country, Croatia is a very attractive study abroad destination: five out of ten Croatian universities in total are located on the Adriatic Coast while others are situated in the continental area, including the largest Zagreb University.
In 2018 the National system of external quality assurance in education of the Republic of Moldova underwent certain changes. The reform, implemented in the context of the public administration transformation strategy for 2016-2020, included a number of organizational transformations of some entities accompanied by content-related aspects.
The National Centre for Public Accreditation (Russia) and the Turkish Higher Education Quality Council (Turkey) have signed an agreement on bilateral cooperation in evaluation and accreditation of study programs and HEIs.
The Accreditation in Education Company (Russia) conducted the webinar on internationalization of higher education and inter-institutional partnership under the aegis of the Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN) on July 02, 2019.