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A Bologna Process Workshop at Erbil Polytechnic University

posted Jan 21, 2019, 1:00 PM by Kawa Mirza Salih   [ updated Jan 21, 2019, 1:01 PM ]

January 16, 2019: A workshop on "Bologna Process and ECTS System" was held by Charmo University, in cooperation with Erbil Polytechnic University and Tishk International University in the Conference Hall of the Presidency of Erbil Polytechnic University, the president of Charmo University-Professor  Dr. Salah Raza Saeed, the president of Erbil Polytechnic University- Asst. Prof. Dr. Kawa Sherwani, Dr. Amang Saeed as the representative of the Minister of Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research and the president of Tishk International University- Dr. Idris Hadi participated in the workshop.

Panel discussions were started as follows:

-The First Panel: Professor  Dr. Salah Raza Saeed- the president of Charmo University talked about "Charmo University and the updated of Bologna Process".

-The Second Panel: Shakhawan Hares – a Lecturer in Computer Science at Charmo University presented a seminar under the title of "implementation approach of European credit transfer and accreditation system at Erbil polytechnic university".

-The Third Panel: Prof. Dr. Ahmed Ostash - Tishk International University - entitled "Bologna process and learning outcomes".

 

-The Fourth Panel: Dr. Khalil Hasan - Erbil polytechnic University - entitled "Competency based education".

 

-The Fifth Panel: Dr. Sattar B. Sadkhan – the Chairman of IEEE Iraq - entitled " IEEE PRESENTATION".

 

In the end, the workshop, lasted six hours, followed by a spoken conversational exchange between the university presidents and the teaching members. Thus, many questions have been raised on the positive and negative sides of applying this Bologna System in our country, and then the questions have been answered completely.

 

It is worth mentioning that most of the higher ranked international universities employ the Bologna Process as an international system. This system was used by Bologna University in Italy for the first time.  


 
  
 
 

 

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