Georgia

BSU – Batumi Shova Rustaveli State University
Content:
• Georgia and Bologna process
• Student mobility and the related problems
• ECTS and its effective usageATSU- Akaki Tsereteli State University
Content:
• Overview of training
• Bologna qualification framework, ECTS
• Methods of recognition and transfer of credits and grades in partner universities (Erasmus+)
• Mobility agreements

ISU –  Ilia State University
Content:
• International mobility as part of university’s strategy
• Policies and procedures concerning international mobility
• Organization of international mobility
• Supporting international mobility

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Mongolia

NUM – National University of Mongolia
Content:
• Overview of training
• Bologna qualification framework, ECTS
• Methods of recognition and transfer of credits and grades in partner universities (EU, RUSS, Asia)
• Learning outcome
• Mobility agreements
• Credit and grade conversion

MUST – Mongolian University of Science and Technology
Content:
• Methods for recognition and transfer of credits
• Problem of credit transfer (facilitated reflective practice credit transfer each school’s)
• Problem of stopped program (head of registration office reflective practice credit transfer each school’s)
• Methods for recognition and transfer of credits and grades

Uzbekistan

SAI – Samarkand Agrarian University
Content:
• Credit system used at the institution
• Alignment (or lack of) with the Bologna Process
• Use (or lack of) ECTS
• Administration structure supporting student mobility
• Student mobility process
• Credit transfer process
• Grade conversion process

AAI – Andijan Agrarian University
Content:
• Methods for recognition and transfer of credits and grades
• Bologna Qualifications Framework
• European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System
• Learning Outcome mapping
• Mobility agreements
• Mobility support
• Credit transfer demonstration
• Grade conversion demonstration

TerSU – Termez State University
Content:
• Credit system and ECTS experiences
• Student mobility process and administration structure supporting student mobility
• Credit transfer process and Grade conversion process

Tajikistan

KulSU – Kulob State University
Content:
• The need of cooperation of HEIs on student’s mobility policy and its role on improvement of Education field
• Implementation of Credit System of Education considering the national characteristics
• Student Mobility
• Learning results
• Quality assurance & ECTS acceptance
• The purposeful use of the modern teaching tools in Credit System of Education during the Globalization of Education
• The condition of recognition in KulSU comparing it to situation in the EU HEIs
• Policy of development of fruitful mechanism for student mobility, learning results recognition, decisions and resolutions between the HEIsKhSU – Khujand State University
Content:
• Overview of training
• Bologna qualification framework, ECTS
• Methods of recognition and transfer of credits and grades in partner universities (EU, RUSS, Asia)
• Learning outcome
• Mobility agreements
• Credit and grade conversion

TUT – Technological University of Tajikistan
Content:
• Credit system used at the institution
• Alignment (or lack of) with the Bologna Process
• Use (or lack of) ECTS
• Administration structure supporting student mobility
• Student mobility process
• Credit transfer process
• Grade conversion process

TSUC – Tajik State University of Commerce
Content:
• European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System
• Mobility agreements
• Mobility support
• Grade conversion demonstration
• Identifying policy gaps
• Procedure formation workshop

Kazakhstan

InEU – Innovative University of Eurasia
Content:
• Methods for recognition and transfer of credits and grades (EU and PCI)
• Bologna Qualifications Framework. International transparency of curricula quality, recognition and alignment
• Learning Outcome mapping. The role of learning outcomes in curricula creation, course mapping and student mobility
• Mobility agreements. The process involving course mappings, student support, mobility logistics and documentation
• Mobility support. Administration, student advice, procedures and documentation for mobility support

KATU – S. Seifullin Kazakh Agrotechnical University
Content:
• Credit system used at the institution
• Alignment (or lack of) with the Bologna Process
• Use (or lack of) ECTS
• Administration structure supporting student mobility
• Student mobility process
• Credit transfer process
• Grade conversion process

KazNAU – Kazakh National Agrarian University
Content:
• Recognition and Transfer of Credit allocation and grading systems
• Bologna qualifications framework
• Methods for recognition and transfer of credits and grades (EU, PCI)
• Identifying policy gaps

KokSU – Kokshetau State University
Content:
• Overview of training
• Recognition and transfer of ECTS credits and assessments
• The administration structure supporting student mobility
• The procedure for recognizing the results of academic mobility

Kyrgyzstan

KNU – Kyrgyz National University
Content:
• Learning Outcomes. Program Structure and Loan Distribution Study, teaching and evaluation
• Mobility agreements
• Development and implementation of ECTS
• Credit recognition and grade transfer
• Mobility support
• Evaluation surveys/ monitoring through spread sheets/ software for module alignment and grade mapping

OSU – Osh National University
Content:

KNAU – Kyrgyz National Agrarian University
Content:
• Overview of training
• Bologna qualification framework, ECTS
• Methods of recognition and transfer of credits and grades in partner universities (EU, RUSS, Asia)
• Learning outcome
• Mobility agreements
• Credit and grade conversion

Russian Federation

SpSUT – St-Petersburg State University of Telecommunication
Content:

SibSUTIS – Siberian State University of Telecommunications
Content:
• European Credit Transfer ant Accumulation System
• Policy Making
• Mobility Support

Azerbaijan

BEU – Baku Engineering University
Content:
• Credit system used at the institution
• Alignment (or lack of) with the Bologna Process
• Use (or lack of) ECTS
• Administration structure supporting student mobility
• Student mobility process
• Credit transfer process
• Grade conversion process

KHAZAR – Khazar University
Content:
1. I training – International Credit Mobility (ICM) and Credit Recognition
– Overview of training
• Recognition and transfer of ECTS credits and assessments
• The administration structure supporting student mobility
• The procedure for recognizing the results of academic mobility
2. II training – Credit Recognition Policy Workshop
– Overview of training
• Identifying policy gaps
• Development of International Credit Mobility Policy at Khazar