Conference of European Ministers
responsible for Higher Education

 Bergen, 19-20 May 2005    

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 Conference of European Ministers
responsible for Higher Education

Bergen, 19-20 May 2005    

Programme   Speeches   Conference participants   Bologna process reports 
 Working groups    Statements by consultative members   The Bergen Ministerial Communiqué 

   Conference speeches (in order of appearance)

   Bologna process Reports
   to the ministerial conference

   Conference Working Groups

 1. Doctoral Studies and the Synergy between Higher Education and Research

Presentation by Sigi Gruber, EU Commission, DG Research
Presentation by
Debra Stewart, Council of Graduate Schools, USA

      - WG report by the rapporteur Sybille Reichert, co-author of Trends IV

 2. Lifelong Learning

Presentation by WG chair Vera Stastna, Council of Europe
     - Presentation from the speaker Tom Schuller, OECD
   - WG report by  rapporteur Pavel Zgaga,  University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

  3. Quality Assurance and Recognition in a Global Perspective
   - Description
- Presentation by WG Chair Andrejs Rauhvargers, Lisbon Recognition
Convention Committee

Speech by Maria José Lemaitre del Campo, Commission Nacional de
Acreditacion de Pregrado, Chile
- Presentation by Nikki Heerens, ESIB
   - WG report by rapporteur Carolyn Campbell, Quality Assurance Agency,
United Kingdom

  4. Institutional Autonomy and Governance

     - Presentation from the speakers Liudmila Verbitskaya, Rector, and
Vadim Kasevich, Vice Rector, St. Petersburg State University, Russia

Presentation from the rapporteur Christina Ullenius, Rector, Karlstad University,
Sweden, EUA Vice President

       Statements from Consultative Members

     - European Commission
     - Council of Europe
EUA Glasgow Declaration
EURASHE Vilnius statement
     - ESIB Luxembourg Student Declaration
Education International/ ETUCE
     - UNICE

       Background document
      The European Higher Education Area beyond 2010