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ENAEE Newsletter April 2013

 

This Edition:


» ENAEE authorises new agencies to award EUR-ACE label
» The new ENAEE database of EUR-ACE labelled programmes
» MÜDEK's 10th anniversary
» New President of CTI
» Collaboration between AEQES and CTI in Belgium
» FINHEEC founded a committee of engineering
» QUACING organizes giornata EUR-ACE 2013, Roma, 8 May 2013
» IETEC'13 - International Engineering and Technology Education Conference


 

 

ENAEE authorises new agencies to award EUR-ACE label

Denis McGrath - Email: denis.mcgrath46@gmail.com

 

At its meeting held in Florence on 12th September 2012, the ENAEE Adminstrative Council, on the recommendation of the EUR-ACE Label Committee authorised, ARACIS of Romania and QUACING of Italy to award the EUR-ACE Label to engineering degree programmes which they accredit. For a full list of ENAEE authorised agencies, please clic here: http://www.enaee.eu/what-is-eur-ace-label/list-of-current-authorised-agencies

In the above photo, pictured at the EUR-ACE Label Committee meeting in Florence are left to right:
Prof. Ian Freeston (EngC, UK), Denis McGrath (Engineers Ireland),  Dr. Erbil Payzin (MUDEK, Turkey), Jean Claude Arditti (CTI, France), Susana Teles (OE, Portugal) and Dr. Iring Wasser (ASIIN, Germany)

The new ENAEE database of EUR-ACE labelled programmes

Denis McGrath - Email: denis.mcgrath46@gmail.com

 

The ENAEE database has recently been re-designed and can be accessed at http://enaee.trynisis.com/.
Here you will find the engineering degree programmes at First Cycle (Bachelor) and Second Cycle (Master) which have been accredited by accreditation agencies in the European Higher Education Area. These agencies have applied accreditation criteria and procedures in line with the EUR-ACE Framework Standards and the ENAEE Standards and Guidelines for Accreditation Agencies. Thus they have been authorised by ENAEE to award the EUR-ACE Label to these programmes.

You may explore the database where you will find much information. When you click on Select and then click on a HEI name, you will open a page with further details about the relevant HEI and engineering degree programme. The ‘Search’ function allows you to search by words that are included in the ‘HEI name’ or ‘programme title’, however not by ‘HEI location’ (city).

If you have any queries about the database please do not hesitate to contact the ENAEE secretariat at
info@enaee.eu.

Authorised agencies wishing to add a newly authorised programme or to edit an existing programme should log in using their assigned user name and password.


MÜDEK's 10th anniversary

Erbil Payzin, MUDEK - Email: erbil@payzin.com

 

Tenth year of MÜDEK's establishment and fifth year of its becoming an association were commemorated by the activities held at Istanbul Chamber of Industry (ISO) Odakule Meeting Hall and Yildiz Technical University Hisarüstü Social Facilities on Friday, September 28, 2012. MÜDEK volunteers who have participated in five or more program evaluations were presented appreciation plaques. Read more: http://www.mudek.org.tr/en/dernek/10Yil.shtm
 

New President of CTI

Teresa Sanchez Chaparro, CTI - Email: direction.programmes@cti-commission.fr

 

Philippe Massé, professor at the Grenoble Institute of Technology (Grenoble INP) - Phelma, was elected as the new President of CTI on 10 July 2012 for a period of two years. He succeeds Bernard Remaud, who was President from 2006 to 2012. Maurice Pinkus (employers’ representative) and Laurent Mahieu (trade union representative) were elected as Vice-Presidents of CTI.
For further information: http://www.cti-commission.fr/Philippe-MASSE
 

Collaboration between AEQES and CTI in Belgium

Teresa Sanchez Chaparro, CTI - Email: direction.programmes@cti-commission.fr

 

AEQES (Agence pour l’évaluation de la Qualité de l’Enseignement Supérieur) and CTI (Commission des Titres d’Ingénieur) are currently conducting a joint evaluation and accreditation mission in the French community of Belgium in 2012-2013. The objective of this mission is twofold: the evaluation of engineering programmes by AEQES according to the legal requirements and the accreditation of these programmes according to CTI’s reference framework in order to get the EUR-ACE label and the recognition by the French state. For further information:
Caty Duykaerts (caty.duykaerts@aeqes.be), http://www.aeqes.be/
Teresa Sánchez Chaparro (Teresa.sanchez@cti-commission.fr), http://www.cti-commission.fr/

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FINHEEC founded a committee of engineering

Juhani Nokela, TEK - Email: juhani.nokela@tek.fi

 

The Finnish Higher Education Evaluation Council (FINHEEC) founded a committee of engineering to support its work to become authorized agency. For more information see http://www.finheec.fi/.

FINHEEC is in a process to become an authorized agency to award EUR-ACE labels. To strengthen its knowledge about engineering education the evaluation council founded the committee of engineering. The members of the committee represent higher education institutions, student organizations, employers and engineering organizations. Mr. Juhani Nokela, that is also member of the ENAEE’s administrative council represents the engineering organizations in the committee. He was presented jointly by Academic Engineers and Architect in Finland TEK and Union of Professional Engineers in Finland.
 

QUACING organizes giornata EUR-ACE 2013, Roma, 8 May 2013

Giuliano Augusti, QUACING - Email: giuliano.augusti@gmail.com

 

The Italian Agency QUACING promotes a day ("Giornata") of dissemination of the EUR-ACE label in Italy, that will include the award of 14 labels to Italian Engineering programmes. The "Giornata" will take place on 8 May 2013 in the premises shared by QUACING and CRUI, the Conference of Italian University Rectors, in Roma, Piazza Rondanini 8. Participation is free, but prior registration at segreteria@quacing.it is required. Further information available at the same email address.
For more information see www.quacing.it

 

IETEC'13 - International Engineering and Technology Education Conference

Dr. Arun Patil, IETEC/CQUniversity Australia - Email: a.patil@cqu.edu.au

 

IETEC’13 is the second conference in the IETEC series. It will be held in beautiful Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, between 3 and 6 November 2013. The IETEC'13 will explore issues related to the global future of engineering and technology education. The conference features active participation and networking in formal and informal settings. This includes dynamic key note addresses and interactive sessions, workshops, and panel discussions.

IETEC'13 brings together a wide range of engineering and technology education stakeholders from around the globe to explore the building of new capacities in engineering and technology education that are essential in creating environmentally and socially sustainable 21st century economies.

This conference aims to identify and explore the latest trends and developments that will shape the future worlds of engineering and technology education.

IETEC’13 SPECIAL FEATURES
1.Interactive workshops for all stakeholders.
2.Several special plenary sessions, such as CDIO.
3.The full papers submitted and presented at the conference will be considered by the award committee for the best paper awards of the IETEC'13.
4.The awarded papers and the other selected papers will be invited to publish in the special issues of International Journal of Quality Assurance in Engineering and Technology education (IJQAETE).
5.The selected papers of the IETEC'13 will be published in an edited book by IGI Global.
6.Exhibition stalls of engineering education books, softwares, tools and equipments.
7.Showcasing international universities and organisations.
8.Opportunities for international collaborations in engineering and technology education.
he 8th of October, CTI (Commission des titres d'ingénieur-France) and AEQES (Agence pour l'Evaluation de la Qualité de l'Enseignement Supérieur, for the French Community of Belgium) have started the joint audit of the 4 engineering faculties (Universities of Mons, Liège, Bruxelles and Louvain).

For full information see http://www.ietec-conference.com/ietec13/

 

 

 

 

 

 






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