On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of CSVŠ, we invite you to the online discussion seminar “Structured Learning: where are we and what next?”, which will take place on Thursday 10 June 2021 from 10:00 to 12:00.
We have chosen this topic as one of many possible ones that CSVS (Centre for Higher Education Studies) has dealt with and is dealing with during its “lifetime”. Among other things, CSVS has been there when structured learning as one of the main objectives of the Bologna Process was put into practice and has followed the way in which this is happening. Underlying this process was, among other things, the requirement that students at all levels should be highly employable and that the bachelor’s degree should enable them to enter the labour market but also to continue their further studies, and that it should be possible to enter higher education at any time in one’s life.
The seminar will therefore not only look at the past, but we also want to discuss whether this structure in general and in relation to professionally oriented education is currently suitable and, more importantly, whether it can be suitable for the future or whether it requires “revision”.
Attendance and input presentations were promised by:
Ing. Martin Langr, Ph.D., Vice Dean of the Faculty of transportation sciences of the Czech Technical University in Prague
Prof. Ing. Ivan Wilhelm, CSc, Rector Emeritus of Charles University
Mgr. Alena Štěrbová, Member of the Board of the Polytechnic Higher Education Institution in Jihlava
The programme of the seminar will be gradually refined. It will also include a panel discussion in which all participants will be able to participate.