Refugees' impact on Bologna reform – Recognition of Prior Learning and inclusion in the light of increased migration.
Malmö University, Stora hörsalen, Orkanen
Kerstin Tham, Vice-Chancellor, Malmö University
Ulf Melin, Director General, Swedish Council for higher Education
Tobias Smedberg, moderator
Introduction to the conference theme
Setting the scene – Recognition of Prior Learning, inclusion and alternative study paths in the Bologna Implementation Report
David Crosier, Coordinator, Eurydice, EACEA
The refugee situation – a Bologna reform stress test? European stakeholders view on the current situation and the future.
Michael Gaebel, Director, Higher Education Policy Unit, EUA
Blazhe Todorovski, Vice-President, ESU
Mette Mørk Andersen, European Commission
Michal Karpíšek, Secretary General, EURASHE
Examples of policies for Recognition of Prior Learning
Alternative routes into Higher Education for refugees – experiences of Kiron Open Higher Education
Florian Rampelt, Head of Product, Kiron
My way into Swedish Higher Education
Fiona Winders, former student Malmö University
Selma Music, former student, University of Borås and University of Gothenburg
|17:20||End of day 1|
Restaurant Niagara, Malmö University
Global challenges and the importance of Recognition of Prior Learning and alternative study paths
Pam Fredman, President of IAU, International Association of Universities and Rector of University of Gothenburg
What can Higher Education Institutions learn from the Vocational Education sector?
Jens Bjornavold, Senior Expert, Cedefop
Recognition of Prior Learning in practice – Four examples
Lessons learned – what is the next step forward?
Cecilia Christersson, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Malmö University
Liva Vikmane, Vice-President, ESU
|13:30||Wrap-up and Lunch|