El proyecto ERASMUS+ Key Action 3 CALOHEx, sobre educación superior en Europa, busca PDI colaborador.

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El proyecto ERASMUS+ Key Action 3 CALOHEx, sobre educación superior en Europa, busca PDI colaborador.


El proyecto CALOHEx (Erasmus+ KA3 Forward Looking Cooperation Programmes), extensión del proyecto CALOHEE en el que la Universidad de Granada ha participado entre 2016 y 2018, lanza la siguiente convocatoria:


“Under the auspices of the ERASMUS+ Key Action 3: Forward Looking Programmes the European Commission has funded the International Tuning Academy (TUNING Projects) to initiate a feasibility study called Measuring and Comparing Achievements of Learning Outcomes in Higher Education in Europe – Extension (CALOHEx). The project is a followup of the CALOHEE project which was implemented in the period 2016-2018. The outcomes of this project have been published on the CALOHEE website: https://www.calohee.eu.

We are pleased to announce that a consortium has been established (see annex) to implement the 3-year CALOHEx-project. We look to you, the European community of academics and subject matter experts, to help us in this collaborative effort to improve Higher Education in Europe. The outcomes of the first phase of the CALOHEE project have obtained a lot of attention of the Higher Education as well as the HE Quality Assurance Community.

Within this project, we are now opening a Call of Interest to identify academics and their higher education institutions who have an interest to participate in one of the following academic fields:

· Business Administration

· Information Engineering/ICT

· International Relations

· Medicine and

· Performing and Fine Arts.


In order to participate in this study each expert will need to attend 3 working group meetings devoted to framework development over the 3-year period (2020-2022). We anticipate that these meetings will be intense but very rewarding professional experiences for all involved as colleagues to wrestle with the hard issues of what constitutes the most important learning outcomes in their respective fields. Travel and subsistence costs for these meetings will be covered for all selected participants. The working language of this study is English. Participants are required to have a proficient level of English as part of being involved in this study.

The deadline for responding to the Call is set at 31 March 2020.