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“Stakeholder Involvement in Higher Education in Germany and Jordan”
HRK-DIES Seminar “Stakeholder Involvement in Higher Education in Germany and Jordan” 17/18 November 2014, Amman, Jordan By organizing the DIES -Seminar, the HRK supports the growing intere
Greece On 4 and 5 June 2014, representatives from Rectors’ Conferences and the presidents and rectors of Greek and German universities met to discuss the current state of the Greek and German highe
Multilateral Cooperation Cooperation between the Rectors’ Conferences of Europe and Latin America The German Rectors' Conference (HRK) participates the ALFA Puentes project, which is int
Jordanian University Presidents Visit Germany
Jordanian University Presidents Visit Germany 3 - 5 December 2013, Bonn, Cologne, Gießen In the context of the DIES-programme, the German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) organised a fact finding infor
Central America The German Rectors' Conference (HRK) has established contacts with the Rectors' Council of the Central American Universities (CSUCA) since 1996 as part of their commitment to de
Directions Office Brussels
How to get to the HRK Office in Brussels Address Hochschulrektorenkonferenz 44, Rue Alsace Lorraine B-1050 Ixelles/Brüssel By rail Take the metro – line 2 or line 6 – from the Gar
North America The German Rectors’ Conference (HRK) works together closely with a large number of partner organizations in both the United States and Canada. Furthering exchange on curren
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European study reform <br/ >(“Bologna Process”)
Implementing Bologna structures and principles in German universities As one of 47 countries participating in the Bologna Process, Germany has successfully implemented the two-tier structure of Ba
Research Map <br/ >"Key Research Priorities"
Research Map "Key Research Priorities" The HRK's Research Map presents key research priorities of German universities (including the universities of applied sciences