Presentations
Expert Meeting on the Impact of Globalization on Higher Education

A large selection of the presentations from participants at the Expert Meeting on the Impact of Globalization on Higher Education (UNESCO, Paris 10-11 September 2001) are available for consultation below. The presentations are organized in chronological order, as defined by the agenda of the Expert Meeting. For copies of presentations marked with an asterix (*) please contact the Section for Access, Mobility and Quality Assurance. The reference readings and selection of useful links are also available as background to this Expert Meeting.

Please note that reproduction and use of any of these papers requires prior authorization from the author.



Item I-2 Opening of the Session , Adoption of the Agenda
Item 3 Globalization and Quality Assurance, Accreditation and the Recognition of Qualifications: A Global Perspective
Item 4 Globalization and Quality Assurance: A view from Africa (Panel)
Item 5a Regional Perspectives: Views from the Arab States, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean
Item 5b Regional Perspectives: Developments in the Europe Region (Panel)
Item 5c Exchange of Views between the Five Regional Committes (Panel)
Item 6a Views from Other Stakeholders: International Organizations
Item 6b Views from other Stakeholders: Universities and Accrediting Agencies Perspectives (Panel)
Item 7 International Quality Assurance, Accreditation and the Recognition of Qualifications: An Agenda for the Future


Item I - Opening of the Session
Introductory Address by Mr John Daniel, Assistant-Director General for Education

Address By Mr K.F. Seddoh, Director of the Division of Higher Education*

Introductory Remarks by Ms S. Uvalic-Trumbic, Chief, Section for Access, Mobility and Quality Assurance, Division of Higher Education *
 
Item 3: Globalization and Quality Assurance, Accreditation and the Recognition of Qualifications: A Global Perspective
Keynote Presentation by Mr Dirk Van Damme, Ghent University / Flemish Interuniversity Council
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Item 4: Globalization and Quality Assurance: A view from Africa (Panel)
Seddoh, Komlavi Francisco. L'impact de la mondialisation sur l'assurance de la qualité, l'accréditation et la reconnaissance de diplômes dans l'enseignement supérieur *
Doh, Ananivi Djamessi. La Mondialisation et l'assurance de qualité : un point de vue Africain
Okebukola, Peter. Globalisation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education: A View from Nigeria*
Item 5a: Regional Perspectives: Views from the Arab States, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean
Ruíz, Roberto. Contribution of the Co-ordinator UNESCO Chair in Comparative Higher Education - CDCH/UCV Member of REALC*
Kim, Chong-Hong. Asia Pacific Regional Overview on the Impact of Globalization on Quality Assurance, Accreditation and Recognition of Qualifications. (power point presentation)
Pearce, Margaret. Country Report on the Higher Education System in Australia, Prepared by Recognition and Quality Unit , Higher Education Division,Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs
Awit, Henri. Contribution of the Secretary General Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut*
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Item 5b: Regional Perspectives: Developments in the Europe Region (Panel)
Bergan, Sjur. The Bologna Process and Recognition of Qualifications: Recognition as a key part of higher education policy in Europe. (Power point presentation)
Rauhvargers, Andrejs. The European Perspective towards an important challenge brought on by globalization: Recognition of Transnational Education Qualifications
Divis, Jindra. The International Labour Market: Professional Recognition of Qualifications
 
Item 5c: Exchange of Views between the Five Regional Committes (Panel)
Pearce, Margaret. Contribution of the President of the Regional Committee for the Convention on the Recognition of Studies in Higher Education Asia and the Pacific
Babiker, Abdel Bagi. Higher Education, Globalization and Quality Assurance in the Arab States
Mujica-Marquez, Andres. L'impact de la mondialisation sur l'éducation supérieure*
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Item 6a: Views from Other Stakeholders: International Organizations
Larsen, Kurt. Globalisation and trade in higher education: Trends and emerging issues (power point presentation)
Ratteree, William. Globalisation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education - ILO Perspectives
 
Item 6b: Views from other Stakeholders: Universities and Accrediting Agencies Perspectives (Panel)
Van der Perre, J. The Impact of Globalisation on Quality Assurance - the activities of the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP)
Loing, Bernard. Quality Assessment and Certification in Trans-national Online Higher Education
Gnanam, A. Globlalization and Its Impact on Quality Assurance, Accreditation and the Recognition of Qualifications
Vroeijensteijn, Ton. Impact of Globalization on Quality Assurance and the role of INQAAHE.
Halmalainen, K. European Network for Quality Assurance (ENQA) in Higher Education. Expectations for the Role of ENQA as analysed in recent Policy Papers of European Higher Education*
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Item 7 : International Quality Assurance, Accreditation and the Recogntion of Qualifications: An Agenda for the Future
C.Campbell. Rapporteur's Report - Impact of Globalisation on Quality Assurance, Accreditation and the Recognition of Qualifications : Towards an action plan - some conclusions and recommendations
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