On-line conference. The roundtable: “The Quality of Education in the Republic of Belarus”.

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The Quality of education in Belarus will be the topic of the roundtable in the press center BELTA , which will be held on 19 March from 12.30 to 13.30 .

In anticipation of the I International Education Forum “European Quality education” (EQE-Forum), which will be held in Minsk in April, experts will discuss current issues in higher education. It will focus mainly on quality control of higher and professional education, new integration opportunities and development of export education services, application of information technologies in the learning process and the development of distance learning, modern trends in the global higher education market and opportunities for receiving European education in Belarus.

The International Education Forum “European Quality Education ” will be held in Minsk from 8- 10 April

The Forum’s objective is to consolidate the efforts of institutions of higher, postgraduate and further (additional) education of the Republic of Belarus and the CIS countries, as well as institutions of higher and professional education of the European Union and the UK on key issues in improving the quality of specialists’ training for work in an era of global changes. The

Forum will be supported by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus , the Belarusian Embassy in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom Embassy of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to Belarus . The organizers are British business school ” Magna Carta Oxford ” and GORUP ” Centre for International Relations .”

Context:
International Forum “European Quality Education ” will be held on 8-10 April in Minsk.
Strengthening practically oriented learning in higher education establishments will improve the quality of education.
In Belarus higher education is mostly feminized.

Source:

http://eqe-forum.com/mass-media/line-conference-roundtable-quality-education-republic-belarus.html


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