The Second Dialogue Event of the ACCESS Project was held in Manila on June 4th and 5th 2010.
The event was meant to encourage interregional dialogues on the specific subject of mobility from different perspectives. It was hosted by the University of the Philippines and organized by the ASEAN University Network (AUN).
Around 50 people took part in the event, including academic affairs executives and ICT experts from AUN member universities. EU HE experts and ASEF representatives were also present.
Among main conclusions, participants agreed that the development and improvement of European and ASEAN Credit Transfer Systems, and of their capacity to harmonise among themselves are fundamental to improve mobility at the ASEAN level and between the two regions. At the same time, ICTs were acknowledged as a relevant tool at the service of mobility in general and for such a reason a ground to be better explored.
View full report here
From British Council:
The British Council will have a Pre-Departure Briefing seminar on 06 August 2010, Friday, at the premises of the British Council Philippines office from 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM.
This event is intended for those who will be going to the UK to study this academic year. The 2 hour programme will cover topics ranging from academic life, accommodation, cost of living and many more. We have invited Filipinos who have studied in the UK to share experiences on their student life in the UK while British Council Philippines staff will be on hand to answer other queries about studying and living in the UK.
We will be posting more information on the speakers and the outline of the seminar a week prior to the event. To reserve a seat, please email your name and contact details email@example.com
Admission is FREE.
This seminar will also be broadcasted via live internet feed (WEBINAR). If you prefer to view the event via our webinar, please proceed to our Facebook page. RSVP to the event and leave your email address. We will send the webinar link to your email address hours before the event. It is advisable for you to have a good internet connection for the webinar, use either Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox and a headset for better quality viewing of the webinar.
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