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Index Euromediterranean Master in Culture and Tourism 1st EdItIon 2008/2009 - 2nd EdItIon 2009/2010...............................3 Official recognition by RUI Foundation.............................................5

2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

1.1 General information ........................................................................6 1.1.a Higher Education Institution (University)....................................6 1.1.b Faculty or department ....................................................................8 1.1.c Information about the coordinator of the Study Programme .......8 1.2 Information about the study programmes at the University of Bari..8 Decisons of the University Senate on the proposed EMCT study programmes ....................................................................................10 Study programme .....................................................................................10 3.1 General information about the programme .................................10 3.2 Setting the fundamental programme goals, and general and subject-specific competences .................................................11 3.2.a Fundamental programme goals ....................................................11 3.2.b General competences acquired through the programme ............11 3.2.c Subject-specific competences acquired through the programme..11 3.3 Information on international cooperation of the University of Bari and CMU .............................................11 3.4.a EU projects....................................................................................11 3.4.b Other international activities........................................................12 3.4.c Mobility .........................................................................................12 3.5.a Structure of the study programme by type of learning units for the whole study programme ...................................................12 3.6 Conditions for enrolment and selection criteria in case of limited enrolment ..........................................................13 3.7 Provisions on the use of criteria for the recognition of knowledge and skills acquired prior to the enrolment into the programme.......................................................................13 3.8 Types of assessment ......................................................................13 3.9 Provisions on transfer between programmes...............................13 3.10 Information on types and forms of the studies ............................13 3.11 Conditions for completing the studies..........................................13 3.12 Professional and/or academic title................................................13 Information on the fulfilled requirements for implementation ...............14 Evidence of the fulfilled requirements for the implementation of practical training...................................................................................14 Academic staff ...........................................................................................15 1


The E.M.C.T. – Docebo system ...................................................... Terminology...................................................................................... Access................................................................................................ The main menu ................................................................................. My courses.............................................................................. Course catalog ........................................................................ My area................................................................................... Messages................................................................................. Accessing a course............................................................................ The course control panel........................................................ Students Area ................................................................................... Course info ............................................................................. Introduction............................................................................ Announcements ...................................................................... Course documents .................................................................. Calendar.................................................................................. Notes ....................................................................................... Repository............................................................................... Collaboration Area ........................................................................... Forum ..................................................................................... Wiki......................................................................................... Chat and accessible chat ........................................................ Project management............................................................... Credits and documents use licence.................................................. EMUNI ............................................................................................ EMUNI policy for study programme .............................................

19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 18 29 30 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Master EMCT: List of participants ................................................. 48

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Polo EuromEditErranEo JEan monnEt

Community of Mediterranean Universities

CIRCEOS

CENTRO INTERUNIVERSITARIO PER LA RICERCA E LA COOPERAZIONE CON L’EUROPA ORIENTALE E SUD-ORIENTALE

E.M.C.t. Euromediterranean Master in Culture and tourism 1st EdItIon 2008/2009 - 2nd EdItIon 2009/2010

“Learning from the past, looking at the present, moving into the future.” The EMCT Master's Degree (Euromediterranean Master in Culture and Tourism) aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge to take decisions related to the management of tourism and culture & heritage activities in the Mediterranean area. The Master's Degree course is open to anybody with an official university qualification (degrees and diplomas from foreign countries shall enable the applicants for the Master to be admitted to postgraduate studies). The Euromediterranean Master in Culture and Tourism is organized by the University of Bari with the international and scientific cooperation of the Community of Mediterranean Universities (CMU), the Jean Monnet Euromediterranean Center of Excellence and the support of the EMUNI Foundation (the second edition has been realized with the financial aid of the C.I.R.C.E.O.S.). Its goal is to overcome boundaries and differences, as well as build a mutual understanding among Euro-Mediterranean countries; to create an academic partnership of higher education and research institutions by developing a network of specialized postgraduate study programmes among Euro-Mediterranean universities. International comparability will be ensured with respect to credits, courses, as well as scientific and professional qualifications. As for the fields of study, special emphasis will be given to topics related to the EuroMediterranean region. The study programmes will be taught out by professors coming from different networks (CMU-Jean Monnet Euromediterranean 3


Centre of Excellence, co-founders of the Euro-Mediterranean University), C.I.R.C.E.O.S., and Universities: Italy (University of Bari, University of Salento, University of Bergamo), Slovenia (EMUNI and University of Maribor), France (C.I.R.E.T. of Aix-en-Provence), Spain (University URV in Catalonia), Albania (UniversitĂ  Nostra Signora del Buon Consiglio of Tirana), Egypt (University of Cairo and Tanta University), Tunisia (University of Sousse), Turkey (University of Samsun). Structure:

Total of

400 104 646 350 1.500

hours of frontal lessons (10 ECTS in Slovenia) hours of alternative lessons (on-line) hours of individual research hours of stage + study for final test hours corresponding to the total of 60 ECtS

The EMCT Master's degree dissertation consists in a research or in a professionallybased assignment related to one of the programme's courses and modules in which the students shall demonstrate the knowledge they have acquired. Courses are in English/French. Optionally, some subjects may be taught also in Italian. tHE FIELdS oF tHE MAStER 2nd edition Thematic Fields

Cultures & Languages - Tourism Law & EU Policy Heritage – ICT Quality Management in Tourism Communication Euromediterranean Languages, Cultures and Civilisations Rural Geography & Touristic Regions in Europe. Euromediterranean International Relations Religions, History and Human Rights

Credits Frontal On-line ECTS lesson FL lesson OL

FL + OL

Individual Studies (IS)

n.

Hours

Hours

Hours

Hours

12

96

34

130

170

8

64

10

74

126

6

48

8

56

94

10

80

34

114

136

10

80

12

92

158

Stage + Final test

14

32

6

38

312

Total

60

400

104

504

996 1.500

Websites: www.cmungo.org - www.emuni.si - www.uniba.it - www.poloeuromediterraneo.eu e-mail: masteremct@cmungo.org

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1.1 1.1.a

General information Higher Education Institution (University)

Full legal name Date of establishment Type Legal Address Postcode Country E-mail

UNIVERSITy OF BARI 1925 X University, X Higher Education Institution and Research Network (CMU), Other: CMU is (ONG) en relations formelles avec l’UNESCO Rettorato – University of Bari - Piazza Umberto I, n. 1 70121 City BARI ITALy presidente@cum.uniba.it www.cmungo.org Website info@poloeuromediterraneo.eu www.uniba.it

EMUNI Membership X Member of EMUNI University (CMU is a founding member)

Legal representative of CMU Title Family name Function

Prof. First name AMBROSI PRESIDENT of CMU

Luigi

Rector of University of Bari Title, Family name

Prof. PETROCELLI

First name

Corrado

UNIVERSITy OF BARI AND

COMMUNITy OF MEDITERRANEAN UNIVERSITIES (short description)

The University of Bari, in accordance with R.D. 30/09/1923 n. 2102 was established by Decreto 9/10/1924 and created in January 1925 with the new Faculty of Medicine and Surgery. Actually the University of Bari presents the following 12 Faculties: - Faculty of agricultural sciences, - Faculty of economics, - Faculty of pharmacy, - Faculty of law, - Faculty of foreign languages and literatures, - Faculty of arts and philosophy, - Faculty of medicine and surgery, - Faculty of veterinary medicine, - Faculty of biotechnologies - Faculty of educational science, 6


- Faculty of mathematics, physics and natural sciences, - Faculty of Political Sciences and various Specialization schools and Masters with a population of 70.000 students. KEY BodIES. The Academic Authorities are: the Rector, the Academic Senate, the Board of Directors. The Rector oversees the work of all the University offices and acts as its legal representative. He provides unity to the trends expressed by the corporate bodies. He can delegate the Vice-Rector, a full professor, who stands in for the Rector whenever necessary. The Rector maintains his position for 3 years and it is possible to re-elect him once more. The Academic Senate governs the development of the University and oversees its teaching and research activities. The Senate is made up of Rector, the Vice-Rector, the Faculty Deans, a representative of the scientific areas, the administrative staff and student representatives. The Board of Directors is responsible for managing the financial and administrative aspects of the University and for the technical and administrative staff (it is made up of the Recor, the Vice-Rector, the administrative Director, various Representatives). AUXILIARY BodIES. The Students' Conference expresses opinions on various aspects concerning the student university life. The Authority vouching for students is responsible for students' rights and intervenes to protect them in case of errors or omissions made by the university bodies. The Committee of Equal Opportunities guarantees equal rights and opportunities between men and women by facilitating the entrance of women into the university. The Auditor College is responsible for the internal economic management audit and for the estate of accounts of the university business. The Department Director College headed by the Rector, illustrates opinions expressed by other university Authorities and promotes research activities and service coordination. The Board of Internal Audit is made up of 3 sections: administrative audit, didactic audit and research audit to be performed following the efficiency and effectiveness standards. The University of Bari is the legal and official seat of the Community of Mediterranean Universities (CMU with over 160 Universities) set up in 1983, to generate a process of renewal and modernization, upholding the freedom of science and in order to contribute to peace. The CMU has the following aims: - to reaffirm and develop the role and function of culture and technological and scientific research for the solution of difficult and complex problems created by the development of the countries of the Mediterranean Sea; - to promote scientific cooperation among the Mediterranean Universities, using the experience and resources of each University while respecting the differences and the features of the different nationalities; - to set up permanent links among the above-mentioned universities through the reciprocal exchange of scientific and cultural experience and information of teaching staff and students; - to set up links between the CMU and the economic, industrial and local Institutions in the countries where at least one university is adhering. In this context, in the course of nearly twenty-seven years of activities, CMU has maintained an intense rhythm of activities, as demonstrated by the number of research projects set up by at least three Universities from at least three Mediterranean countries. 7


1.1.b

Faculty or department

FACULTy OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES Full legal name Date of establishment 1944 Legal Address Via Garruba, 6 Postcode 70121 City BARI Country ITALy

Legal representative Title Family name Function

Prof. GUARAGNELLA Dean

First name

Pasquale

1.1.c Information about the coordinator of the Study Programme: Title Family name

Prof. First name NOTARSTEFANO

Function in the organization

Project Manager – Coordinator of the Master EMCT Study Programme Responsible for Polo EUromediterraneo Jean Monnet (EU Commission)

Telephone

++ 39 0805442479

1.2

Cosimo

Fax

++ 39 080 5443577

Information about the study programmes at the University of Bari

(Level of HE Institution - University. Information on accredited study programmes delivered)

Number of students Degree

No. of study programmes

2008/09

2007/08

2006/07

Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated Enrolled Graduated

Bachelor

127

Master

30

Doctorate

71(2008) 86 (2009)

59.637

7.946

60.186

8.408

503 1076

355

8

60.168

8.534


Number of study programmes and students according to each ISCED field for the academic year 2008/09 ISCED* classification 14

Teacher Training and Education Science

Bachelor

Master only 2007-08

No. of No. of program. students.

No. of program.

No. of students.

Doctorate No. of No. of program. students.

10

8.541

5

139

2

34

21

Arts

22

Humanities (Languages)

17 5

5.355 3.335

2

18

16

219

31

6

3.146

1

36

5

76

32

Social and Behavioural Sciences Journalism and Information

1

29

34

Business and Administration

15

8.181

4

16

2

35

38 42 44

Law

8 5

10.826 683

5

98

Life Sciences Physical Sciences

11 6 1

137 68 30

46

Mathematics and Statistics

17

6.207

2

26

48

Computing

1

27

52

Engineering and Engineering Trades

1

13

1

5

Manufacturing and Processing 58 Architecture and Building Agriculture, Forestry 62 and Fishery Veterinary 64

54

72

Health (Pharmacy)

10

1.063

3

5

1

17

7 24 3

1.303 7.666 3.328

1 8

0 162

30

312

4

42

3

35

Social Services 76 Personal Services 81 Transport Services 84 85 Environmental Protection Security Services 86 99 Not known or unspecified

Nota: ISCED (International Standard Classification of Education) was designed by UNESCO

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2. decisons of the University Senate on the proposed EMCt study programmes The dates of the adoption of the study programme in the Senate of the University of Bari

3.

18.09.2008 - 03.03.2010

Study programme

3.1 General information about the programme EMCT - EUROMEDITERRANEAN MASTER IN CULTURE AND TOURISM X The study programme is completely new and does not substitute any existing programme. - university X postgraduate - master‘s The study programme level and type X interdisciplinary Programme duration : X 1 year Study programme fields of study: Study programme modules Definition of fields of study according to the ISCED classification(specify the field) Title/name of the study programme:

q (14) Teacher Training and Education Science q (54) Manufacturing and Processing q (58) Architecture and Building q (21) Arts q (62) Agriculture, Forestry and Fishery X (22) Humanities q (64) Veterinary q (31) Social and Behavioural Science q (72) Health q (32) Journalism and Information q (34) Business and Administration X (76) Social Services q (81) Personal Services q (38) Law q (84) Transport Services q (42) Life Sciences q (85) Environmental Protection q (44) Physical Sciences q (86) Security Services q (46) Mathematics and Statistics q (99) Not know or unspecifed q (48) Computing q (52) Engineering and Engineering Trades

Substantiation (justification): The main goal study programme is to provide a focused intercultural approach on social humanities and social sciences in terms of foreign languages and cultures, history, religions, cultural heritages. The Master anticipates a thorough knowledge preparation in the basic subjects of the fields of Euromediterranean studies, Rural Geography & Touristic Regions in Europe, Cultures, Languages, Tourism Law & EU Policy, Cultural Heritage, ICT, Religions, History, Human Rights. The professional aspects will focus on the problems connected with the attractiveness of EuroMed Cultures and strictly related to international trends of Cultural Tourism.

Classification of scientific research disciplines according to Frascati classification Natural Sciences X Social Sciences Engineering and Technology X Humanities Medical and Health Sciences q Others Agricultural Sciences Substantiation (justification): The Master degree of EMCT study programme is based on intercultural and multilingual approaches in order to provide recognized high-level training. The final formative object is to give the student the possibility of acquiring not only specific skills in social sciences & humanities but also some professional tools and knowledge contents to manage complexity, diversity and institutional context of Euromed area. q q q q

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3.2 Setting the fundamental programme goals and general and subjectspecific competences 3.2.a Fundamental programme goals “Learning from the past, looking at the present, moving into the future”. This is the motto of the Euromediterranean Master in Culture and Tourism which develops a network of specialised postgraduate study programme among EuroMediterranean universities. The EMCT degree aims to promote - through an intercultural approach to the frameworks of sustainability and competitiveness advanced knowledge in Euromediterranean studies, Rural Geography & Touristic Regions in Europe, Cultures, Languages, Tourism Law & EU Policy, Heritage, ICT, Religions, History and Human Rights. International comparability is ensured with respect to credits, courses, as well as scientific and professional qualifications of specialised study programme among Euro-Mediterranean universities. 3.2.b General competences acquired through the programme The Euromediterranean Master in Culture and Tourism degree aims to provide students with the necessary knowledge to take decisions related to the management of tourism, culture & heritage activities in the Mediterranean area. General competences acquired through EMCT focus on Intercultural dialogue, Heritage studies, Tourism Law, EU Policy, Geography & Rural Tourism, Euro-Med studies, Religions, History, ICT, Languages. 3.2.c Subject-specific competences acquired through the programme The EMCT Master develops specialised postgraduate competences in translation (some participants are translating official documents of several Institutions involved in Tourism and Culture activities), others are working as assistants in proposals of projects in the Euro-Mediterranean partnership (ENPI – IPA - LLP), others are seeking to continue academic studies to realize a PhD or reaserch activity combining professional qualifications and specialised studies.

3.3 Information on international cooperation of the University of Bari and CMU

The University of Bari is the legal and official seat of the Community of Mediterranean Universities (CMU with over 160 Universities) set up in 1983. CMU has been a network with relation formelles avec l’U.N.E.S.C.O. since 1987 and member of EM.UNI. and C.R.E.M.O (Centre de Recherche et d’Études sur la Méditerranée Orientale)

3.4.a

EU projects

TITLE OF THE PROJECT

IMPLEMENTATION FUNDING (name the source and proDATES(years) gramme e.g. EU, Erasmus Tempus)

I.D.E.A. - Intercultural Dialogue on European Awareness S.P.R.I.N.T.E.R. Sistema di Promozione delle Relazioni Interculturali tramite Network Territoriale Educazione e Ricerca Master EMCT 2008-2009 2009-2010 Euromediterranean Master in Cultures and Tourism MedMySea Project

From March to December 2008

EU Jean Monnet Action – Regione Lombardia

From 2006 to 2008

EU – Apulia Region

From December 2008 to December 2009

CMU-EMUNI-UNIBA

From 2006 to 2009

EU – Archimed Programme

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3.4.b Other international activities Publications already realized that are related to Masters EMCT 2008-2009 and 20092010 are : – «Le Processus de Barcelone: du Partenariat euroméditerranéen au dialogue interuculturel. Analyse juridique de droit de l’Union Européenne», Polo Euromed Jean Monnet, 2009, pp. 160 – “Tourism and Religions: A contribution to the Dialogue among Religions, Cultures and Civilizations. Summary of the Report, UNWTO, UNESCO, Polo Euromed Jean Monnet, pp. 48. – I.D.E.A. (Intercultural Dialogue on European Awareness), Polo Euromed Jean Monnet, pp. 160 – LEADER, from Initiative to Method, Polo Euromed Jean Monnet, 375 pp. 3.4.c

Mobility

Students Professors Academic outgoing students Incoming students outgoing professors incoming professors year No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of countries

students

countries

students

2009/10 (plan)

countries professors countries professors

13

390

12

260

8

13

9

16

2008/09

13

367

12

245

7

12

8

14

3.5.a Structure of the study programme by type of learning units for the whole study programme Type of learning units Courses - Obligatory (CO)

Number of units Number of ECTS Percentage (%) 5

46

77%

1

10

17%

Final Thesis (FT)

1

4

6%

total

7

60

100%

Courses - Elective (CE) Courses - Optional Elective (COE) Practical Training (PT) Research Development Work (RDW)

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3.6 Conditions for enrolment and selection criteria in case of limited enrolment

The EMCT Master's Degree course is open to anybody with an official university qualification (degrees and diplomas from foreign countries must enable the applicants for the Master to be admitted to postgraduate studies). The number of available student places for this programme is 20 (with at least 5 scholarships for students coming from non EU Mediterranean countries. If the number of the candidates is more than 20 a selection will be based on previously acquired knowledge (ex. criteria of previous evaluation – mark of bachelor degree) and skills (languages, intercultural approach) including direct discussion, motivation.

3.7 Provisions on the use of criteria for the assessment of knowledge and skills acquired prior to the enrolment into the programme Knowledge and skills acquired before enrolment in the EMCT study programme from another study programme, the request will be discussed individually by members of Commission established according to the existing rules of Master’s Office and Academic regulation.

3.8

types of assessment

3.9

Provisions on transfers between programmes

3.10

Information on types and forms of studies

Students’ knowledge and skills are assessed by: written exams, oral exams and writing assignments, etc. In the Annex A you can see the final evaluation. Different Agreements have been established between CMU and University of Maribor, CIRET of Aix-en-Provence,University of Tanta (Egypt), University of Buon Consiglio of Tirana, EMUNI. According to these agreements the candidate can ask for transfer in the EMCT study programme from another study programme; the request will be discussed individually by the Commission responsible for this matters.

X full time studies q part time studies Xq distance learning 1. Villa Larocca – University of Bari Study Programme is carried out at a Via Celso Ulpiani 27 CUM – 70123 Bari (Italy) dislocated unit (location, address, country) 2. EMUNI – Portorose (Slovenia) Types and forms of studies (mark)

3.11

Conditions for completing the studies

3.12

Professional and/or academic title

Requirements for completing the study programme in order to obtain all 60 ECTS: 1) to follow not less than 70-80% of lessons of the Study programme 2) to pass exams successfully 3) to attend Stage regurarly 4) to discuss final thesis successfully

In original language: Master EMCT 2008-2009/2009-2010 equivalent to Master EMCT 2008-2009/2009-2010 equivalent to Mastère EMCT 2008-2009/2009-2010

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in Italian in English in French


4.

Information on the fulfilled requirements for implementation

Staffing requirements for the implementation of the study programme are languages (English and French are essential) intercultural approach, flexibility and high motivation to solve difficulties related to visa and bureaucratic problems. Another very important condition for the implementation of the study programme is the ability to manage the Portal and e-learning platform Docebo directly with students and professors. The University of Bari offers : – the site of Villa Larocca (which is also the headquarter of the CMU) – the staff of Faculty of Foreign Languages and Literatures – the Academic title legal context The CMU offers : – international and academic context – managing contents (e-learning Docebo Platform ) and schoolarships – managing of enrolment and relations with professors 5. Evidence of the fulfilled requirements for the implementation of practical training The implementation of practical training (stage) was realized ad personam with each student expressing his/her personal desire and motivation according to public institutions interested in this Master like (for example): – C.I.R.E.T. of Aix-en-Provence (France), – European Parliament (Bruxelles), – European Commission (DGT – Translation Bruxelles), – Minister of Tourism in Albania (Tirana), – University of Lublin (Poland), – Liguria Region (Italy), – Apulia Region, (Italy), – EMUNI Portorose (Slovenia) – CMU – University of Bari (Italy) – I.A.M. (Istituto Agronomico Mediterraneo - Bari)

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6.

Academic staff - Universities - EMUnI - CMU - CIRCEoS Facoltà proponente: Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere Università degli Studi di Bari

Università: CUM/EMUNI/CIRCEOS, (Università di Bergamo e del Salento) (Università di Maribor –Slovenia) (Tanta University-Egitto) Albania (Università Nostra Signora del Buon Consiglio di Tirana), Spagna (URV di Tarragona), Università di Sousse (Tunisia), C.R.E.M.O. (Università Egeo). Enti: M.A.E. (Ministero affari Esteri) C.I.R.E.T. (Centre International di Aix-en-Provence – France). Centro di Spesa Comunità delle Università Mediterranee 1 Cognome Guaragnella Nome Pasquale Settore disciplinare L-FIL-LET/10 Qualifica P.O. Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere Impegno didattico in ore: 8 e-mail: preside@lingue.uniba.it Tel: 0805717539 2 Cognome Dotoli Nome Giovanni Settore disciplinare L-LIN/03 Qualifica P.O. Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere Impegno didattico in ore: 16 e-mail: g.dotoli@lingue.uniba.it Tel: 0805717441 3 Cognome Cavone Nome Vito Settore disciplinare Qualifica P.O. Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere Impegno didattico in ore: 40 e-mail: v.cavone@lingue.uniba.it Tel: 0805717421 4 Cognome Dammacco Nome Gaetano Settore disciplinare IUS 11 Qualifica P.O. Facoltà Giurisprudenza – sede di Taranto Impegno didattico in ore: 16 e-mail: g.dammacco@lex.uniba.it Tel: 0805717229 5 Cognome Losurdo Nome Francesco Settore disciplinare SECS-P/06 Qualifica P.O. Facoltà di Scienze Politiche Impegno didattico in ore: 8

Altri Docenti e Ricercatori di Ruolo dell’Università di Bari o di altre Università italiane, oltre i proponenti 1

Cognome Leopizzi

Nome Marcella

Settore disciplinare L-LIN/03

Qualifica Ricercatrice

Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere-UNIBA

Impegno didattico in ore: 8

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2

Cognome Katan

Nome David Mark

Settore disciplinare L-LIN/12

Qualifica P.O.

Facoltà Lingue Letterature Straniere-UniSalento

Impegno didattico in ore: 24

3

Nome Raffaele Guido

Cognome Rodio

Settore disciplinare IUS/08

Qualifica P.O.

Facoltà Giurisprudenza - UNIBA

Impegno didattico in ore: 16

4 Cognome Lo Giacco Settore disciplinare IUS/11 Facoltà Giurisprudenza - UNIBA 5 Cognome Santoro

Nome Maria Luisa Qualifica: Ricercatore Impegno didattico in ore: 8 Nome Roberta

Settore disciplinare IUS/11

Qualifica Ricercatrice

Facoltà Giurisprudenza UNIBA

Impegno didattico in ore: 8

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Nome Rossana

Cognome Bonadei

Settore disciplinare L-LIN/10

Qualifica P.A.

Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere UNIBG

Impegno didattico in ore: 16

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Nome Piera

Cognome Molinelli

Settore disciplinare L-LIN/01

Qualifica P.O.

Facoltà Lingue Letterature Straniere UNIBG

Impegno didattico in ore: 8

8

Nome Paolo

Cognome Stefanì

Settore disciplinare IUS/11

Qualifica Ricercatore

Facoltà Giurisprudenza UNIBA-Taranto

Impegno didattico in ore 8

9

Nome Concetta

Cognome Cavallini

Settore disciplinare L-LIN/03

Qualifica Prof. associato

Facoltà Lingue-Letterature Straniere UNIBA

Impegno didattico in ore 8

10

Nome ylenia

Cognome De Luca

Settore disciplinare L-LIN/03

Qualifica Ricercatore

Facoltà Scienze della Formazione

Impegno didattico in ore 8

11

Nome Nalan

Cognome Kiziltan

Settore disciplinare LIN

Qualifica Ass. Prof.

Facoltà Lingue e Letterature – Samsun University (Turkey)

Impegno didattico in ore 8

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Docenti di Università straniere e docenti non universitari (*) (**) 1

Cognome Notarstefano

Nome Cosimo

Qualifica professionale Jean Monnet Professor – Azione Jean Monnet Chaire “Diritto dell’U.E.” e Legislazione del Turismo (UniSalento – UNIBG – UNIBA) Impegno didattico in ore: 32 ore 2

Cognome Lorber*

Nome Lučka

Qualifica professionale P.A. University of Maribor Faculty of Arts (Slovenia) Impegno didattico in ore: 20 3

Cognome Uroš*

Nome Horvat

Qualifica professionale Doc. Dr. Faculty of Arts - University of Maribor (Slovenia) Impegno didattico in ore: 12 4

Cognome Gosar*

Nome Anton

Qualifica professionale Prof. Dr. University of Primorska (Slovenia) Impegno didattico in ore: 8 5

Cognome Clavé

Nome Salvador Anton

Qualifica professionale Prof. University URV in Catalonia (Spagna) Impegno didattico in ore: 8 6

Cognome Valsecchi

Nome Cristian

Qualifica professionale Prof. a contratto Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere (UNIBG ) Impegno didattico in ore: 16 7

Cognome Peretta

Nome Roberto

Qualifica professionale Prof. a contratto Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere (UNIBG ) Impegno didattico in ore: 16 8

Cognome Castagna

Nome Ettore

Qualifica professionale Prof. a contratto Facoltà Lingue e Letterature Straniere (UNIBG ) Impegno didattico in ore: 8

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Moduli Obbligatori

EMUNI

EMIR – EMUNI studies + Geography and EU touristic Regions * Proff. Lorber,Gosar, Horwat (Maribor) Impegno didattico in ore : 80

Slovenia Portorose February 2010

tutor d’aula Prof.ssa Todisco Graziella ��� già Docente di Lingua inglese presso la Facoltà di Lingue e Letterature Straniere dell’Università degli Studi di Bari numero massimo di ammissibili all’intero Corso - 25 numero minimo degli iscritti : 15. numero massimo degli iscrivibili a singoli moduli didattici del Corso, ai quali viene rilasciato un attestato di frequenza o, previo superamento di specifico/i esame/i, un certificato di acquisizione dei crediti formativi dei relativi moduli (art. 5 comma 3 punto j del Regolamento) titoli di studio richiesti per l’ammissione Modalità analitiche di ammissione: Per gli studenti originari dei Paesi Terzi Mediterranei candidati ai grants (esenzione dalle tasse di iscrizione al Master e dei corsi in Slovenia) la selezione avverrà sulla base della documentazione pervenuta. Per gli altri candidati si effettueranno delle selezioni (colloqui orali e eventuali tests) per accertare i requisiti di ammissibilità. obblighi e modalità di frequenza: max 20% di assenze Eventuali Borse di Studio: - Grants (esenzione totale delle tasse di iscrizione del Master nei periodi di formazione in Italia e in Slovenia) a beneficio degli studenti frequentanti provenienti da Paesi Terzi Mediterranei non membri UE. Eventuali Borse di studio (erogate da CUM, Ministeri e/o enti locali) a fronte di spese di viaggio e soggiorno per stages e per il periodo di formazione in Slovenia per gli altri iscritti e regolarmente frequentanti il Master di nazionalità comunitaria Indicazione delle sedi di svolgimento Sede: Aula / Laboratorio sito presso Villa La Rocca – Via Celso Ulpiani 27 Aula Piano Terra Periodo : Febbraio - Marzo – Aprile 2010 EMUNI 15 - 27 Febbraio 2010 in Slovenia (Portorose)

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the E.M.C.t. - docebo system The E.M.C.T. implementation of the docebo system (http://www.docebo.org), widely used by many universities and organizations, provide powerful tools for learning management, sharing and cooperation. All Docebo software is implemented in accordance with the Ministerial Decree about web sites, as requested by 04/2004 law. (“Stanca” law about Internet accessibility and informatic instruments). Thanks to this conformity, Docebo software (Learning Management System, Content Management, Knowledge Management) can be used also by people with handicap. Docebo software, during the validation projects, follows both the USA (Section 508) rules and implementation techniques and the guidelines of W3C WCAG 1.0 (Project e-Europe). Software accessibility is constantly improved by users’ feedbacks. For example, below are listed some of the used techniques: • XHTML 1.1 code and wai AA validation, plus decrees AAA points. • Double login form: the users can decide if login in “normal mode” or “high accessibility” mode. In this second case, some not accessible JavaScript functions have been disabled. The rest of the code is fully accessible, also for the standard version. The Platform actually supports 18 languages and can support several didactic models. Including: Blended, Self-Directed, Collaborative and even Social Learning through Chat, Wiki, Forums and 53 other different functions, like: • Scorm 1.2 and 2004 support • Forum, wiki, chat, videoconference (DimDim and Teleskill) • Competence module and HR software interface • Completely customizable report and business intelligence system.

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terminology Below are listed some of the terms commonly used in the Electronic Learning activities: E-Learning (Electronic Learning) Teaching activity managed by telematic instruments based on Intranet or Internet. The content is often delivered by an interface viewable through a web browser. Learning Management System (LMS) A Learning Management System is an instrument to manage knowledge delivery that allows to: - Manage users - Manage learning content and learning objects - Manage votes and results - Manage user interactions - Monitor user activity docebo Docebo is a complex software that combines an LMS with collaboration functions (Projects management, Forum, Wiki, Chat, Document Repository, etc…). It is a free of charge open source software released under the GPL 2.0 (General Public Licence). This kind of licence allows to: – Freely download the software – Edit the software accordingly to specific needs. – Use the software for any purpose (including commercial use). All the modified versions of the software must be released under the same licence as the original GPL 2.0 release. open Source Software released with a kind of licence that leaves the source code available to the public. This can promote free collaboration between developers allowing a fast improvement of the final product. Learning object (Lo) A learning object is a learning unit in digital form intended for e-learning purposes. Examples of LO usable in the Docebo system are: - FAQ - Glossary - HTML page - Files (PDF, Word, etc…) - Links - Survey - SCORM object - Test Course In the Docebo system, a course is made of learning objects and rules for their use by students and teachers. S.C.o.R.M. (Shareable Content object Reference Model) Is a collection of standards and specifications for web-based e-learning objects having the characteristics of platform independence, reuse, tracking and cataloguing. 20


Access

To access the E.M.C.t. - docebo platform, you have to insert the Userid and Password received by the system administrator into the login box found in the E.M.C.T. ELearning website (http://www.poloeuromediterraneo.it/emct) you can also choose the preferred language for the platform user interface by selecting the preferred ag icon on the upper side of the page. 21


the main menu After the log-in, the user will find, on the upper side, the main menu that allows to access the platform sections.

My Courses Shows the list of the courses subscribed by the user. Course catalog Shows the list of all the courses the user can subscribe to. My area Allows to view/modify the user profile and to view all the certificates obtained during the courses. Messages Access to personal messages. Logout Exit the E-Learning platform.

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My courses

The window shows the list of the courses subscribed by the user. For each course, the user can find: • The name of the course • The user’s role in the course (Teacher, Student, …) • The vote given to the course by users and the voting icons • The icons showing the presence of eventually “new” elements, such as o new messages o new learning objects o new announcements

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Course catalog If the courses are grouped by categories, entering the "Courses catalog" section, you must select the category of your choice in order to see the relevant course list.

Here all the courses the user can subscribe to are presented. According to the subscription policies, the user can: • Subscribe to a course • Pre-subscribe to a course (an administrator will activate his/her subscription). • See a course element (only the administrator can subscribe the user to the course).

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My area The third element of the main menu, “My area” allows the user to edit his/her personal information (“My profile” submenu element), to manage personal files (“My files” submenu element), to keep track of other users (“My friends” submenu element). My profile This function allows the user to: • Edit his/her personal information, like the picture, the signature, the avatar, etc... • Change his/her personal password • Edit some other information (if allowed by the administrator) such as the mobile phone number, the birth date, his/her company sector, etc... • Set the visibility to other users of some personal data (like the e-mail address) • View a summary of some of the activities. • View the users who have seen his/her profile.

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My files

This function allows the user to upload / view personal files organized in 4 categories: • Documents • Images • Audio • Video My friends

Here researches for users to be added to a personal friends' list can be done.

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Messages The E.M.C.T. - Docebo E-Learning embeds a message system that can be used by users to communicate with each other. In this section the user (if enabled by administrators) can send new messages or view all received and sent messages.

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Accessing a course Clicking on the name of the desired course, shown in the “My courses” area, the user can have access to the course:

The course home page shows the “course control panel” on the left side and the work area in the remaining part of the page. The course control panel Contains the menus to access the different areas of the course: • Students area. Here the user can interact with the learning objects of a course. • Collaboration area. Here the user can cooperate with other users in Forums, Chats, Wiki, Projects, etc…). • Course use information. Here the user’s name and his/her progression status in the course are shown.

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Students Area In this area the user can interact with the learning objects of a course. The available functions are: • Course info • Introduction • Announcements • Course documents • Calendar • Notes • Repository The number of available functions may vary according to the course policies set by teachers and administrators.

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Course info In this section you can ďŹ nd summary information about the course.

Introduction This area shows the course introductory text.

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Announcements This section contains all the announcements inserted by the course teachers; it is divided into read and unread announcements lists.

Only the teachers can insert or modify the announcements and choose the recipients. For this reason, the editing icons and the “Add an announcement� buttons will not be visible to the students.

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Course documents In this area all the learning objects of the course are contained. A student here can view / download or play a learning object by clicking on the object name or on the lupe icon if present. The green dot in correspondence of an LO indicates that the object has been completed by the user.

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Calendar Every course can have a calendar in order to record and share events. Here personal events and events set by teachers/administrators are shown. Pointinig the cursor over a chosen day, an icon appears on the top right corner on the day box; clicking on the icon, the user can create a new event and specify: • The event’s start date and time • The event’s end date and time • Type of event • Title • Description

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notes The student can have a different on-line notepad for every course.

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Repository The teacher can create a ďŹ le repository for every course and share it with all the students.

In the repository area is also shown the list of the users that have inserted ďŹ les.

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Collaboration Area In this area many tools of cooperation and communication between teachers and students are available: • • • •

Forum Wiki Chat Project management

The availability and the contents of these tools are indipendent for each course. The number of available functions may vary according to the course policies set by teachers and administrators.

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Forum The forum is the main tool to share opinions and information between users. The Forum is divided into: Categories: created by the teacher who also decides the visibility to all the users or only to certain groups. NOTE: as soon as created, the categories are visible to all the users. Thread (discussion): discussions posted by the teacher, student, etc... should be replied.

Using the forum, the user can also: • • • • •

Upload a file into a thread Edit the replies Search discussion Receive a notification by e-mail when a new discussion is started Receive a notification by e-mail when a new reply is added to a monitored discussion

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Wiki A wiki is a software that allows users to easily create, edit, and link web pages in cooperation. The contents can be freely edited by anyone, but (a) record of all edits is also kept. The aim of the tool is to share, archive and improve the knowledge in a cooperative way. Only a teacher or an administrator can start a new wiki.

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Chat and Accessible chat The chat tools provide the following functions: • User list • Multiple rooms • Save chat discussion • Emoticons For the accessibility environment, an accessible version of the chat is also available with the following functions: • No frames used. • Refresh can be done manually by the user and the user can also set the refresh time. • Explicative words for emoticons. • The user that uses accessible interface can chat with users that are using standard version. • For privacy reasons there is no way for one user to know whether or not another user is using the accessible or standard chat version

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Project management Project management system allows groups to work together on certain themes, using a single common interface: • • • •

Total and partial progress of the activity News publishing and “to do” list Publishing new files to work on Communicate using an internal message system

During the project development, the teacher can able or unable some functions.

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Credits and document use licence This guide has been prepared by Nicola Troccoli according to the characteristics of the Docebo LMS and contains extracts from the “student manual” of the open source elearning Docebo platform. More info about the Docebo LMS can be obtained at http://www.docebo.org. You are free: • to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work • to make derivative works • to make commercial use of the work. Under the following conditions: Attribution. you must give the original author credit.

Share Alike. If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under a licence identical to this one. • For any reuse or distribution, you must make the licence terms of this work clear to others. • Any of these conditions can be waived if you get permission from the copyright holder. Your fair use and other rights are in no way affected by the above. This is a human-readable summary of the Legal Code (the full licence) downloadable at the following web address: http://creativecommons.org/licences/by-sa/2.0/legalcode

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EMUnI EMUnI University was established with political and academic support on 9 June 2008 in Portorož, Slovenia, during the Slovenian presidency of the European Union Council. EMUNI is also one of the priorities of the Union for the Mediterranean and is cofunded by the European Union. The Euro-Mediterranean University (EMUNI University) based in Slovenia is one of the six priority areas of the Union for the Mediterranean. It was established as international network of universities (141 members from 37 countries in 2010). The mission of University includes: approving the quality of higher education through the implementation of postgraduate (master's and doctorate) study and research programmes with a special focus on cultural diversity. EMUNI was awarded Extended Erasmus University Charter in December 2009, that provides the general framework for all European cooperation activities, which a higher education institution may carry out within the ERASMUS programme. It sets out fundamental principles and minimum requirements, which a higher education institution must comply with when implementing its ERASMUS activities. EDUCATION With the aim to enhance the cooperation between higher education institutions, contribute to the interculture dialogue, stimulate the mobility of professors and students and build a challenging and innovative teaching and learning environment, EMUNI University organises different study activities. STUDy PROGRAMMES Our objective is to create a network of specialised postgraduate study programmes among Euro-Mediterranean universities. International comparability will be ensured with respect to credits, courses, as well as awarded scientific and professional titles. In terms of fields of study, special attention will be given to topics related to the EuroMediterranean region. Complete study programmes (or parts of them) will be carried out at several universities, co-founders of the Euro-Mediterranean University. PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL Professional school is an opportunity for participants to study issues relevant for the Euro-Mediterranean region, improve knowledge and obtain the official certificate with ECTS credits, gain international and intercultural experience, explore cultural and natural heritage of the region and make new friends. In frame of Professional School 2010, Euro-Mediterranean Studies, Public Management and Sustainable Development in the Mediterranean and 3rd EMUNI Summer Semester will be organised. DOCTORAL RESEARCH SEMINARS For the purpose of development of joint degree doctoral study programmes special doctoral research seminars are being organised. Groups with a maximum of 10 doctoral students and up to 4 professors can thus explore a variety of research fields related to the Euro-Mediterranean area. During a two-week, intensive stay in Slovenia students have the opportunity to elaborate their doctoral theses and write research papers. In addition, they can develop an interdisciplinary approach in an intercultural environment. TRAINING COURSES, SEMINARS EMUNI offers professional support in the organisation of short seminars in Slovenia. Together with partner institutions, it also develops different training courses performed at EMUNI or partner universities. 42


This document was adopted at the 4th Senate Session on 27 February 2010

EMUNI policy for study programmes 1. Definition of EMUNI study programmes EMUNI University aims to enhance the cooperation between HE institutions, contribute to the intercultural dialogue, stimulate mobility of students and professors, open learning and teaching opportunities of the Union for the Mediterranean and contribute to the integration of the EuroMediterranean Higher Education Area. EMUNI study programmes need to be innovative and creative (variety of teaching methods), and need to focus on the Union for the Mediterranean Priority Areas. 2. Types of study programmes Study programmes shall be graduate (master or doctoral level). Master study programmes should include practical training and (research) project work where possible, while doctoral study programmes need to be science oriented. According to the national legislations in different countries, different types of study programmes have to be taken into consideration:

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3. General characteristics/organisation of the study programme Structure of the study programme • Master programmes should be of 120 ECTS (2 years of full-time study) and doctoral programmes of 180 ECTS (minimum 3 years of study). • Courses can be of 5,6,9,10,12 or 15 ECTS. • Modules (2 to 6 courses) should be of 10-30 ECTS. • Study programmes will include the programme/module Euro-Mediterranean Studies (10 ECTS) • Thesis/research project work is an obligatory element of the programme; it should consist of 30-60 ECTS in master programme and 60 - 90 ECTS in doctoral programme. Multicultural teaching environment • A minimum of 3 universities from 3 different countries will take part in "conducting" the programme; at least one university needs to be from EU and at least one from non-EU country of the Union for the Mediterranean. • As a rule, each course should involve 2 professors from different universities from different countries. Also other professors-teaching staff with the references in the field can be invited as guest professors taking into consideration that professors from EU countries and non-EU countries of the Union for the Mediterranean are involved. Multicultural learning environment • The proposed number of vacancies (in one cohort) is from 20 to 30 for master students (minimum 15) and from 10 to 15 for doctoral students (minimum 8). Programmes shall provide multicultural learning environment, students from EU countries and from non-EU countries (Members of the Union for the Mediterranean) should be involved. Enrolment conditions To register in a 2-year master study programme, the candidates have to fulfil the following requirements: • have the Bachelor degree of at least 180 ECTS or equivalent degree in the study field, • have the Bachelor degree of 240 ECTS or equivalent degree in the study field - in this case students could ask for enrolment on the 2nd year, • a good command of English and/or French will be required. Candidates that graduated from the study programmes that do not meet the criteria mentioned above will need to prove the knowledge through examination. In case of limitation of enrolment, the students will be selected in accordance with the following criteria: • grade point average - 50% • an interview - 50% To register in a 3-year doctoral study programme, the candidates have to fulfil the following requirements: • have the Master degree of at least 300 ECTS or equivalent degree in the study field, • a good command of English and/or French will be required. Candidates that graduated from the study programmes that do not meet the criteria mentioned above will need to prove the knowledge through examination. In case of limitation of enrolment, the students will be selected in accordance with the following criteria: • grade point average and scientific references - 50% • an interview - 50%

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4. Implementation of study programmes General: • A range of teaching methods will be applied, including face-to-face tuition, on-line instructions, project work and internship. Programme should be conducted in the form of blended learning (a combination of on-line and face-to-face tuition). • Different forms of student assessments will be applied (written exams, oral exams, writing assignments, research projects, etc.), a transparent system of assessment will be ensured. For students' assessment, the ECTS grading scale will be used. • Language of implementation: programme shall be implemented in English and/or French. EMUNI University will organise English and French language courses. • Mode of delivery: programmes can be delivered as full time or/and part time programmes. • Programme needs to involve mobility (mobility should be at the end of the programme). Each student needs to attend courses in at least 1 EU and at least 1 non-EU university (Member of the Union for the Mediterranean). As a rule, the programme/module EuroMediterranean studies (10 ECTS) should be delivered in Slovenia. • EMUNI University will prepare the promotion material and will promote (together with all involved HEI) students' enrolment within the Euro-Mediterranean area and other parts of the world. a.) "new" EMUNI study programmes: • The programme shall be jointly developed by at least 3 universities. • The programme shall lead to single/double/joint degree. • One university shall be the "responsible" university (co-ordinator). • All universities need to have an active role and each university shall offer 15 - 40 % of the credits necessary for programme implementation. • The consortium shall commit to common and transparent standards for admission, a common application procedure and a joint student selection process in accordance with a relevant national legislation in the countries of the participating institutions. • As a rule, students will be required to attend the compulsory module EuroMediterranean Studies (10 ECTS) at EMUNI University in Slovenia. • Students who will successfully complete their obligations will receive single (EMUNI) or more degrees. b.) Study programmes, "notified" by EMUNI and accredited by member/partner HEI: • These programmes are implemented by EMUNI University and member University; therefore the students can be enrolled (under the same conditions) at both institutions. • EMUNI University and partner HEI shall commit to common and transparent standards for admission, a common application procedure and a joint student selection process in accordance with a relevant national legislation in the countries of the participating institutions. CaII/tender for enrolment has to be published at least 3 months before the beginning of a new academic year (1st October). Admission to the programme shall be done no later than by 31 October. • 25-50% of the programme needs to be conducted in the country of partner HEI • 25-50% of the programme may be done by students at other universities on the basis of the learning agreement between partner HEI and students. • As a rule, students will be required to attend the compulsory module EuroMediterranean Studies (10 ECTS) at EMUNI University in Slovenia. • Each institution shall issue call/tender for enrolment, enrol students and issue a degree. Students who will successfully complete their obligations (and will be enrolled in 2 institutions) will receive double/two degree/s

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c.) EMUNI "label" study programmes: • For these study programmes EMUNI University cannot issue a degree. • Responsible institution shall launch a call/ tender for enrolment, enrol students and issue a degree. University that will issue a degree shall state within the Diploma Supplement that the programme was delivered in cooperation with EMUNI University. • The programme shall be delivered at the location of the university that will issue a degree, part of the programme (minimum 3 weeks) shall be delivered at EMUNI University in Slovenia where students will attend the compulsory module EuroMediterranean Studies (10 ECTS) or/and other courses/modules, which are part of the programme. • Standards for admission, application procedure and student selection process shall be in accordance with the relevant national legislation in the country of the responsible institution. 5. Finances Tuition and registration fee has to cover: – implementation of the programme - cost of teaching staff, material costs, – administration costs (EMUNI University, partner/coordinator and other partners in consortium), – cost of programme scientific committee, – other related costs. Estimated costs are 200.000 EUR per programme per year For supporting the students, EMUNI scholarship fund will be established. Other funds that support mobility have to be used as well (EU project funds, different foundations, government scholarships). 6. Quality assurance • Special attention will be paid to the quality of institutions involved in the consortium. • Academic staff will have to meet high academic standards, according to the appointment criteria adopted by the Senate of EMUNI University and the senate of partner university. • EMUNI University will also strive to recruit diverse and outstanding students. It will pay attention to the level of required students' and professors' language competences. The following principles will be taken into consideration: • The performance of the appointed teaching staff shall be continuously monitored through indicators such as the student's attendance at lectures, success rate at examinations and the number of graduates per year. In addition, each teaching staff shall be evaluated through students’ questionnaires, which need to be completed before the examination for the course is carried out. • For each study programme, a scientific committee will be set up. Each involved HEI will nominate one expert who will monitor the curriculum and academic standards - the programme scientific committee will report to the Senate Commission for QAA. • Once a year, the Senate shall confirm an annual report of the University Commission for QM. • EMUNI University needs to establish an internationally comparable system of quality, comprising the self-evaluating procedures as well as external evaluation.

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7. Study programmes ACCREDITATION procedures (Slovenia) "Notification" of study programmes that have "already been accredited" by Partner University1 • Member higher education institutions submit to EMUNI University study programmes that have "already been accredited" in their county. • Adoption of the Already Accredited Study Programmes with EMUNI modifications2 at the Senate of EMUNI University. • Positive opinion has to be obtained by Slovenian university which runs a comparable study programme. • Notification/accreditation of the study programme at Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education of the Republic Slovenia. • The programme has to enter into the directory of study programmes at the ministry for HE. • The decision of enrolment for next academic year. • Implementation of the study programme. "New" study programmes • The Senate adopts the decision/the need for development of new study programme, defines responsible institution and the academic coordinator of the programme in the "field". • The coordinator establishes a consortium according to this EMUNI policy and nominates expert team in agreement with the President of EMUNI University. • Expert team prepares the expert detailed report and coordinator submits it to the Senate (or to the President). • In order to obtain independent expert opinions, the Senate (or the president on behalf of the Senate) nominates 3 experts for evaluating the programme. • Adoption of the study programme at the Senate of EMUNI University. • Accreditation of the study programme at the recognised national centre for recognition of HE in the countries of the consortium. • The programme has to enter into the directory of study programmes at the ministry for HE. • The decision of enrolment for next academic year. • Implementation of the study programme.

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List of participants 1st & 2nd edition Surname/Name CAROFIGLIO Grazia COLELLI Luciana (uditore) CORAZZO Stefania DICIOCIA Nicole CRETĂŹ Roberta FRASCELLA Noemi IERVOLINO Francesco NARDELLI Carla NISI Angela SIDELLA Giuseppe SINISI Rosanna SURIANO Santa TEDONE Francesco Dario VALLETTA Annalisa KRAVIC Milena ALMASALMA* Khaled BARMO* Mourad RAJAB* Raieda EL ELBESHTAMy* Mohamed EL SHARKAWy* Mohamed HAMZA* Mohamed GAMAL ABDELFASH HASSAN* MEDHAT Mohamed CHIHI* Mehedi KONDI* Sokol LAKO* Ledion RODAKAJ* Florika DEHIMI* Hakim RAZEK* Tarek M. Abdul JARRAR* Maha MADUNIC* Silvija SLOKOVIC* Olia FAZZANI* Sabeur AyDIN* Serap KATOGLU* Umur

* Students coming from non EU member countries with grants 2008/2009 - 2009/2010

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