On April 26-27, 2010 in Podgorica, in the new Rectorate Building of University of Montenegro Tempus regional seminar on University Governance will be held, organized by Education, Audivisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA).
This event is organized within the framework of the European Union Tempus programme which is funded by the EuropeAid Co-operation Office and the Directorate-General for Enlargement.
The aim of these seminars is to present the results of the study “Changing rules – A review of Tempus support to university governance” commissioned by the European Commission in 2009 (authors: John Reilly and Ard Jongsma) and to encourage reflection and discussion among academics, experts and ministerial representatives on the general challenges and trends in higher education governance.
The seminar should be a unique opportunity for people from different Tempus neighbouring countries to meet together, exchanging information and experiences about ongoing developments at the local level.
The seminar will contribute to the policy of increasing the visibility of the Tempus programme and to reinforce the dissemination of the outcomes and good practices of Tempus projects. It is expected to produce a set of recommendations and advices for practitioners and policy makers at national level and to provide ideas and suggestions for the future implementation of the Tempus programme.
You can take over the Agenda of Tempus Regional Seminar on University Governance.