University Foundation, Egmontstraat 11, 1000 Brussels
University governance and the relationship between the state and higher education institutions are issues that have generated a renewed and intense debate and reflection over the past decade. Institutional autonomy is widely considered an important prerequisite for modern universities to develop institutional profiles and deliver efficiently on their missions.
Discussions around university governance and autonomy have emerged across Europe in different contexts as a response to new diverse challenges. As a result, it has become imperative to develop a conceptual framework of reference to address such an important topic and meet the increasing demand for comparability and benchmarking across borders.
The EUA Autonomy Scorecard, which was first launched in 2011, offers a methodology to collect, compare and weight data on university autonomy. A core set of autonomy indicators was developed to offer an institutional perspective on institutional freedom.
In this seminar, which is co-organised by the VLIR and the CRef, we will have a look at the state of university autonomy in both Flanders and Wallonia-Brussels Federation. The authors of the EUA Autonomy Scorecard will introduce their methods and findings, followed by an Q&A.
10h: Registration and coffee
by Koen Verlaeckt, Secretary General, Flemish Interuniversity Council
10h40: Presentation of the EU Autonomy Scorecard, with a focus on University Autonomy in Flanders and Wallonia-Brussels Federation
by Thomas Estermann and Enora Bennetot Pruvot, European University Association
12h20: Closing remarks
by Sophie Dufays, Chargée de mission pour le Conseil des recteurs
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