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The IE Center for European Studies is having a series of talks titled “Conferencia sobre el Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior” in which Federico Gutiérrez Solana, President of CRUE, and Francisco Michavila, Director of the UNESCO chair of University Management and Policy, plus other professor and experts will participate.

The lecture is supported by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Education and will take place October 27 at IE, Madrid in the Serrano 105 Campus at 15.30. Rafael Puyol, President of CEE-IE, and José M. de Areilza, Dean of IE Law School and holder of the Jean Monnet Chair, will open the first table. After this, a debate titled “Bolonia: the challenges from a Spanish perspective” will start. This debate will be chaired by Soledad Atienza, Program Director of the LL.B. at IE University.

During the first discussion, there will be two presentations by Federico Gutiérrez Solana titled “La universidad española ante el cambio de Bolonia” and he will be followed by Francisco Michavila with a presentation titled “Bolonia, entre la retórica y la acción”. The second part will start at 18.30 and will be chaired by José M. de Areilza. During the discussion they will argue whether the Bologna Process means or not a new university. In this occasion, the first presentation will talk about “las reglas del juego europeo sobre Educación Superior” and will be held by Maria-José Garot, Director of IE Center of European Studies. The second one will talk about “The United Kingdom and the Bologna Process: The assumptions and the unexpected consequences” and will be presented by Anne Corbett, professor at the London School of Economics. The “Conferencia sobre el Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior” talks will be closed by Rafael Puyol, who will summarize the different conclusions of the talks to the audience.

Spanish Version: Conferencia sobre El Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior

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