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© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Presentation Contents ALFA 1.Introduction DIB 2.Comp. Education Syst. Selected EU-countries 3.Germany – Demographic Data 4.Study & Research in Germany 5.University of Applied Sciences Osnabrück 6.Women Empowerment in OS 7.Colleagues / Institution ready to support project 8.Example CD-Project Curriculum / Module / Unit © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Selected Educational Systems Fig. 1: The Education System of France © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004 Source: Own Development
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Selected Educational Systems Fig. 2: The Education System of the UK © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004 Source: Own Development
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Fig. 3: The Education System of Germany Selected Educational Systems © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004 Source: Own Development
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Selected Educational Systems © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004 Fig. 4: Core Data of sel. Education Systems in EU
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Study and Research in Germany
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Fachhochschule Osnabrück
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Higher Education Institutions in Germany Lower Saxony Osnabrück Universities of Applied Sciences Universities and equivalent Institutions Colleges of Art and Music Berlin
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Higher Education Institutions in Germany Types of Higher Education Institutions 345 Institutions of Higher Education with 1,83 million students 182 Universities of Applied Sciences 500,000 students 116 Universities and equivalent Institutions 1,3 million students 47 Colleges of Art and Music 30,000 students
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Universities of Applied Sciences and Universities Universities main focus on theoretical science disciplines professors get ahead exclusively within the institution university and their discipline studying a discipline basic research Equal in status but different in kind Universities of Applied Sciences main focus on practice-oriented science subjects professors have at least 5 years of practical professional experience in business and industry in addition to their academic-scientific qualifica- tion and their pedagogical aptitude studying for the job practice-oriented research
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Universities of Applied Sciences and Universities Degrees and Standard Period of Study Universities of Applied Sciences Scientific qualification in cooperation 4-8 with an University Magister10 Diplom (FH)8 Bachelor6 Universities Habilitation12-18 PhD Diplom, Magister, Master, 10-12 State Examination Bachelor6
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Universities of Applied Sciences and Universities Qualification profile of the professors University Scientific qualifications 1. Degree: PhD 2. Degree: Habilitation Exclusively working at the University Appropiate studies at the University University of Applied Sciences Practical career experience with outstanding achievements Scientific qualifications at the University, Degree: PhD Appropiate studies at the University General Higher Education Entrance Years (min.) 5 2-4 5
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Fachhochschule Osnabrück Our profile at a glance founded in 1971 around 50 undergraduate degree programmes and courses of further education 4 faculties and a Music Academy 7,000 students 250 professors and other lectures academic and scientific research primarily directed towards practical requirements international relations with around 100 partner universities
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 A variety of degree courses are provided at the faculties of Engineering and Computer Science Agricultural Science and Landscape Architecture Business Management and Social Sciences Technology and Society as well as at the Music Academy 4 faculties
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Business Management and Social Sciences Range of courses – Management Business Management Business Management in Health Care Establishments Business Law Business Management and Technology Public Management Management of Higher Education and Science International degree courses European Business Studies International Business and Management Master of Business Administration for Europe
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Business Management and Social Sciences Range of courses – Health Care Occupational therapy Physiotherapy Health Care and Nursing Management Nursing Management Nursing Science MBA Management and Health
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Academic and scientific research practice-oriented research research and development for and together with enterprises and other organisations technology transfer
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 International Relations international relations with around 100 partner universities international degree courses semesters abroad participation in international programmes supporting the mobility of students and teaching staff using the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) for mutual recognition of credits achieved at universities abroad and other German institutions of higher education
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Competence in Women’s Empowerment … Office for equality & female rights Supporting Program for (female) students – especially for engineering courses Consulting office for founders of companies. Offices etc. out of the university – possibility of micro credits Further education for “practitioners” – mainly women in order to re-enter business life or upgrade career © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Colleagues ready to support ALFA CD – Women’s Empowerment Female & Equality rights office Prof. Ch. Zalpour: Master Program for Physiotherapy, Ergo therapy and Osteopathy Prof. H. Edling: Economist & consultant for Governments in Latin America on behalf of GTZ Frank Neumann: Management, IT, specialised in Curricula Development © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Female- & Equality Rights - Office _ Support, Motivation & Information – especially for (potential) female students _ Mentoring programme _ Participation in all work group for staff hiring, student affairs, staff representations etc. _ Information campaigns for career planning, job market, legal gender aspects etc. © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Master Program for Physiotherapy, Ergo therapy and Osteopathy _ MSc in Full-Time &/or Part-Time _ Target group: Experts from health sector _ Concentrations: Research, Education, Management/Administration _ Partner-Network for work-sharing specialisation _ Joint-Development of Module Structure / ECTS etc. _ Success by interdisciplinary of Students coming from different fields of health sector; close co- operation with practical partners & practical research © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Example for CD Project © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Example for CD Project © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Example Module Description © MAHMIT Working Group 2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 Example Unit Description © MAHMIT Working Group 2004
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 CD in ALFA Who might be interested in joining the CD for the Master in Physio- / Ergo therapy / Osteopathy ? Will it be possible using ALFA Mobilities for these activities ?
© FH Osnabrück | 9/2003 © F. Neumann, MA; 2001-2004
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