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Assessing the contribution of Tempus to the Bologna Process in the Russian Federation. Dr Anthony J Vickers, C Eng, FIET, CPhys, MInstP UK Bologna Expert. The International Expert Team. Dr Anthony J Vickers The University of Essex, UK Dr Svetlana Tvorogova
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Dr Anthony J Vickers, C Eng, FIET, CPhys, MInstP
UK Bologna Expert
Dr Anthony J Vickers
The University of Essex, UK
Dr Svetlana Tvorogova
State University, Higher School of Economics
Professor Gennady Lukichev
National Information Centre for Academic Recognition and Mobility
Professor Vladimir Andreff
Sorbonne University Paris I, France
1. Adoption of a system of easily readable and comparable degrees
2. Adoption of a system essentially based on two cycles
3. Establishment of a system of credits
4. Promotion of mobility
5. Promotion of European cooperation in quality assurance
6. Promotion of the European dimension in higher education
7. Lifelong learning
8. The involvement of HE institutions and students in the development of the Bologna Process
9. Promoting the attractiveness of the European Higher Education Area.
10. European Higher Education Area and European Research Area – two pillars of the knowledge based society.
The overall objective is to assess the contribution of the Tempus programme to achieve the goals of the Bologna process and to help form the EU-Russia Education Space, contributing to bringing the Russian higher education system closer to the newly forming European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
Project ID: UM_JEP-26017-2005-TACIS
Title: University knowledge transfer for sustainable growth
Coordinating University: Nizhny Novgorod State University named after N I Lobachevskii
RF Partner HEIs: Nizhny Novgorod State University named after N I Lobachevskii
A comparison of curricula with European partners was made and it’s further modernization in order to have full comparability is realized. As an example a Master programme in Economics developed in cooperation with the European partner-universities (University of Roskilde, University of Calabria) in accordance with the Bologna principles was introduced into the educational process. It is fully compatible with the respective programmes of the university-partners. The Diploma Supplement was introduced in the Law Faculty and new 2 cycle compliant degrees developed in three Faculties.
Project ID: UM_JEP-21118-2000-TACIS
Title: Quality in Education for the New Millennium
Coordinating University: Cranfield University, UK
RF Partner HEIs: St Petersburg State Electrotechnical University, Moscow State Institute for electronic Technology, Moscow State University of Technology named after Stankin, and the European Quality Centre (Moscow).
St Petersburg State Electrotechnical University has held a number of Tempus projects. This project being their first. They have also held the following projects JEP-22254-2001, JEP-22135-2001, and JEP-23194-2002, JEP-25085-2004 and SCM-T032B04-2004. The good practice examples we list in this report are to be considered as a cumulative set of good examples against the complete project list.
The University has been developing its two cycle system (BAMA) for many years and the University will be 100% BAMA by the start of the 2007-2008 academic year.
Project ID: CD_JEP-25241-2004-TACIS
Title: The modernization and Internationalisation of the curriculum at Urals Academy of Public Administration
Coordinating University: London Metropolitan University, UK
RF Partner HEIs: State University Higher School of Economics, Urals Academy of Public Administration
Courses developed within this project have had ECTS credits associated with them with a standard credit value of 10ECTS credits per course. The courses have been designed from a student workload perspective taking into account all the student activities associated with the courses. Although this is not yet applied across the HEI the intention is for these courses to act as models for the rest of the HEI. All the developed courses have aims and learning outcomes stated as standard. The assessment methodology has also been adapted to ensure testing of learning outcomes.
Promote continuity of collaboration between Russian Federation HEI’s and EU HEI’s, as long term collaboration has been shown to be give great benefits. Current examples could be developed as Centres of Excellence for the promotion of the Bologna Process.