This Peer Learning Activity (PLA) is part of the Erasmus+ Key Action 3 EHEA Reform project "I-Comply", which is geared towards legal and practical implementation with the Lisbon Recognition Convention in the European Higher Education Area.
The objective of this PLA is to identify and design models of good practice to structurally support LRC compliant recognition practices in higher education institutions (HEIs) from national level. Therefore, different examples will be presented and next discussed by the approximately 25 participants from ENIC-NARICs and other relevant stakeholders. The PLA will be structured around two main questions:
- How can ENIC-NARIC centres support HEI in their countries to practice recognition according to the Lisbon Recognition Convention?
- How can ENIC-NARICs (and possibly other national actors) support HEI in regards to:
- turnaround time;
- information provision and
- the implementation of ESG standard 1.4?
Welcome host - Gianluca Zucconelli, IUAV
Welcome PSG2 - Chiara Finocchietti, CIMEA
Welcome on behalf project - Lucie de Bruin, Nuffic
Introduction Day - Jenneke Lokhoff, Nuffic
"Setting the stage": The role of ENIC-NARICs in supporting HEIs - Allan Bruun Pedersen, Ministry of Higher Education and Science Denmark
- Outcomes survey on ENIC-NARIC centres’ assistance to HEIs
- Case 1: The Swedish model of cooperation with HEIs - Cecilia George, Swedish Council for Higher Education
- Case 2: Implementing the LRC in Croatian HEIs: The EPER project - Marina Crnčić Sokol, Ministry of Science and Education Croatia
- Case 3: Promoting the LRC in Germany. The example of the NEXUS project - Tilman Dörr, Hochschulrektorenkonferenz
Parallel breakout sessions (round 1) on:
- turnaround time
- information provision
- implementation of ESG standard 1.4
Parallel breakout sessions (round 2):
Reports & Reflections. Finding agreement on main outcomes - Jenneke Lokhoff
Wrap Up / Closing of the meeting - Lucie de Bruin
Anticipated outcomes of the meeting are models of good practice that ENIC-NARICs can use to support the HEIs in their countries.