ENQA General Assembly

ENQA held its second, extraordinary General Assembly at the Frankfurt airport on November 4, 2004. The HAC was represented by President László Fesüs and Secretary General Tibor Szántó. At the General Assembly ENQA dissolved its earlier network configuration and established itself as an association. Its new name is the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA), which is being registered in Finland. The HAC is a founding member of the new association. The General Assembly confirmed the Board members who had been elected on an interim basis at the June 4 General Assembly in Stockholm, and include Tibor Szántó (for a three year term). The re-elected chairman, for a one-year term, is Christian Thune (DK), with Peter Williams (UK) and Séamus Purséil (IRL) as vice-chairs. Kimmo Hämäläinen will continue as Secretary (SF).

The CEE Network General Assembly in Prague

The CEE Network held is biennial General Assembly on 23-24 October 2004 in Prague, hosted by the Czech Accreditation Commission and with the support of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of the Czech Republic.
The meeting was preceded by a workshop. The Vice-Minister for Education of the Czech Republic, Dr. Petr Kolar, welcomed the participants. The workshop theme was the survey of CEE Network member agencies, begun by Dr. Stefanie Hofmann. The survey is a stocktaking exercise on the basic practices and the procedural and legislative frameworks of member agencies, the expected outcome of which is to identify possible pathways to mutual recognition. The frame of reference, and thus the focus of the two discussion groups, were the proposed ENQA criteria for membership.
Two applications for new CEE Network membership were discuss: the Austrian Fachhochschulrat (FHR), established in 1993, was approved as a full member of the CEE Network by unanimous vote, while the Austrian Quality Assurance Agency (AQA), which began operating only in the beginning of 2004, was granted observer status until the next General Assembly in 2006.

New International Advisory Board

At its pleanry session in September 2004 the HAC elected its new International Advisory Board. The Board now has nine members, six of whom have been elected for a second term and three are newly elected members. For the full list and details please click here.

Conference in Greifswald

Staff member Christina Rozsnyai participated at a conference on July 1-2, 2004 in Greifswald, Germany, organized the Ernst Moritz Arndt University in the framework of their project BLK-Verbundprojekt Leistungspunkte that was titled "Credits after Bologna and Berlin. An Instrument for Quality Assurance?" The paper will appear in a publication on the conference issued by the project.

Meeting of the International Advisory Board

The International Advisory Board of the HAC held its annual meeting on May 28 and 29, 2004. On Friday afternoon the Board joined the HAC's regular plenary meeting, where they participated in the discussion on the evaluation team's reports on the parallel accreditation of history and psychology programs in Hungary. On Saturday the Board held its regular meeting. Please link here to read their Recommendations.

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