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Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 1 Duo France: trends, progress report and perspectives Ministère des Affaires étrangères Jean-Luc.

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1 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 1 Duo France: trends, progress report and perspectives Ministère des Affaires étrangères Jean-Luc MASLIN Annex F

2 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 2 Improve quality and performance European strategy in education Competitiveness and knowledge-based economy - Lisbon declaration (2000) 2010 - Barcelona declaration (2002) Extend the access (lifelong learning) Open to non European countries Higher education: an intergovernmental process The role of the EU (mobility, diploma recognition..)

3 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 3 Realising the European Higher Education Area From the La Sorbonne declaration (1998): 4 E countries to the Berlin conference (2003): 40 Ec The Bologna Process (1999) quality assurance (2005) 3 main cycles (Licence/Master/Doctorate) mobility (EU programmes) credits (ECTS) European dimension (joint degrees) attractiveness of the European HE Area research Common Spaces (EU-LAC, EU-Russia, EU-MEDA..)

4 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 4 Frances priorities in university co-operation 1/ Attract and train the best foreign students promotion : EduFrance (1998) improvement of welcome (visas, accommodation..) renovation of scholarships programmes 220,000 foreign students in French universities in 2003 (51% Africa, 26% Europe, 14% Asia)

5 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 5 Frances priorities in university co-operation 1/ Attract and train the best foreign students 2/ Export French training programmes abroad 205 programmes (29,000 students) in local universities French universities abroad

6 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 6 Frances priorities in university co-operation 1/ Attract and train the best foreign students 2/ Export French training programmes abroad Help the internationalization of French higher institutions and test innovative formulas 3/ Develop university partnerships and networks 4/ Train French students abroad French and foreign scholarships programmes for young researchers and post-doc

7 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 7 Frances priorities in university co-operation 1/ Attract and train the best foreign students 2/ Export French training programmes abroad 3/ Develop university partnerships and networks 4/ Train French students abroad 5/ Adapt our tools to the new European context LMD/ECTS - Bilateral university networks - Connection with the EU programmes - Priority to the master and doctoral levels. Participating to the launching of Erasmus Mundus (2004)

8 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 8 Duo-France: goals and aim Respect of the core principles - Mobility of students and teachers - Pairing of exchanges - Standardized duration of stay in units - Grants calculated on a pair (duo) basis - Use of the secretariat as the focal point Specific trends - Focus on higher education (all disciplines) - Support mobility in the framework of co-operation projects - Development/creation of new joint programmes at Master level (joint/double diploma) - Links with existing multilateral/EU programs

9 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 9 Duo-France: promotion & selection process Call for proposals - Launching on websites (secretariat, Ministries) - Targetting the French institutions through their national representations - Dissemination through Internet specialized forums Evaluation & selection of the projects - Triple evaluation (quality assessment) - Joint-selection (ministries and institutions) - Priorities / Coherence Financing

10 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 10 Large number of proposition (> 50) All Asem countries represented 3 target countries for French Institutions Existing partnerships > New projects Target public and disciplines well balanced Mobility based on recognition of study abroad Maximum support: 50,000 Euros/project Duo-France: overview of the results (2002-2003)

11 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 11 Duo-France: good and weak points Weak points - Credibility - Heterogeneity of the national programmes - Bad perception of responsabilities - Follow up Good points - Capacity of attraction and mobilization - Mass effects (92 et 112) - Easy and Flexible procedures - Links with other programmes - Incitement for new or re-orientated projects

12 Asem Duo 2nd Expert Meeting, 14 November 2003, Seoul, Korea 12 Duo-France: perspectives Follow up of the joint experiences Assessment of linkages with other programs Better involvement of the diplomatic services Promotion of the whole Asem Duo program to EU countries and Commision Joint initiative in next Som (EU-ASEM common space for higher education ?)


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