The July European Policy Seminar focused on the challenges of admissions, specifically the “policies and tools for the admission of international students into higher education”. Below please find conclusions from two presentations, the ACA admissions study and Dr. Robert Coelen's comparison of European and Australian institutional strategies for international admissions.The ACA presentation built on the findings of a recent study on the admission of international students into higher education. Some key conclusions from the presentation by Senior Officer Franziska Muche were:
Assessment and timing:
Europe and Australia comparedIn addition to this, national and institutional level experts from different European backgrounds presented various models for international admissions, and discussed their usefulness. Dr Robert Coelen, Vice-President International Universiteit Leiden and presenter delivered some key take home messages to a lively audience related to a comparison of European and Australian institutional strategies for international admissions:
ACA wishes to thank all its seminar participants and speakers for their contributions. We look forward to welcoming you to the next seminar focusing on:English-Taught Programmes and Language Policy in European Higher Education, Brussels, 30 September 2005.
Background of the Admissions Challenge seminarNext ACA seminar: English-taught programmes
©2012 ACA Secretariat - 15, Rue d'Egmontstraat - B-1000 Brussels - Tel. +32-2-513.22.41 - E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org