Frankfurt, 29/09/2014

The workshop was organised by the German Chemical Society (P10) at its premises. It involved presentation of the project outcomes, presentation of the document for policy-makers, and discussion on the overall dissemination policies.

All participants are Erasmus/ECTS co-ordinators or deans for educational issues in their institutions, which have proven excellence in student mobility in the relevant countries. Moreover, many are responsible for monitoring doctoral study programmes.

The major European bodies with a significant impact in chemistry-related issues – the European Chemistry Thematic Network, the European Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Education Network, the European Association for Chemistry and Molecular Sciences – as well as national chemical societes have been represented through partners (P1), (P2), (P7) and (P10), and by external experts.

Accrediatation agencies delivering Eurobachelor®, Euromaster® and/or Chemistry Doctorate Eurolabel® qualifications were as well represented, through (P7) and (P9).

On the whole, the following European Higher Education Area countries were present: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Latvia, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovenia, Spain, and the United Kingdom.



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