Integrating Graduate Competences


Using case studies from European and international leaders, NAIRTL's 4th Bologna Symposium will examine how generic competences could be integrated, taught and assessed in Higher Education Institutes in Ireland.

NAIRTL’s 4th Symposium in the Bologna series will take place in the Aula Max in University College Cork on the 30th of September 2009. Speakers include Professor George Francis, Department of Chemistry, University of Bergen, Norway who will speak about his experiences and views on the integration of generic competences in the curriculum for doctoral studies in Chemistry. Dr Peter Jordan, Head of Research in Art Design Theory and Practice Group, Waterford Institute of Technology, will address competence development in undergraduate students particularly those studying the humanities. Dr Gillian Armstrong, Ulster Business School, University of Ulster, will address generic competences and curriculum integration for Masters programmes in Business and Marketing. Please note that registration for this event is free and all are welcome to attend. Please reserve your place by registering at

Category: Conferences:
Time: 9.45am
Location: Aula Maxima
Target Audience: All Welcome
Admission Price: € Free
Contact: Catherine O Mahony
021 4904682

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