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Can you afford not to know what’s new in Brussels? You may, of course, spend a quiet day at home on 1 February 2008 - or you can join us at the
ACA European Policy Seminar:
What's new in Brussels 2008?
Recent Developments in European Policies and Programmes
The European Commission’s policies have an increasing impact on institutional missions and positioning, and their programmes provide an important funding source. Europe’s universities and colleges must therefore learn, as early as possible, about new trends on the European agenda. To help them do just this is the purpose of ACA’s European Policy Seminars. The first European Policy Seminar each year provides an overview of recent developments in European higher education policy. The event is extremely popular, and the limited number of seats are filling quickly.
“What’s new in Brussels 2008” presents the latest information on, and analysis of, the new Erasmus Mundus Programme ('Erasmus Mundus II'), the priorities of the 'Benelux Presidency' for the Bologna Process until 2009, the first results of mobility under the bachelor/master architecture, reform and mobility within the doctoral cycle and the Education & Training 2010 agenda. ACA is proud to once again have been able to win high-level European Commission experts as presenters. This year’s speakers are Peter van der Hijden, John Smith, Angelique Verli, Michael Teutsch and Siegbert Wuttig. ACA Director Bernd Wächter will chair the event.