This week we have kicked off our reformed Master of Higher Education (MoHE) programme.
The last day of the introduction week features a “project conference” in which a variety of research projects on aspects of teaching and learning in higher education are presented.
Over time, the project conference is meant to bring different cohorts of programme participants together. Those who are about to finish off their own research projects will present their work to the new incoming participants.
I am particularly happy that for this first project conference we were able to integrate a presentation of Emanuele Bardone from the Educational Science department of the University of Tartu, Estonia. I hope this will help to set the stage for a more international outlook within our MoHE programme and invite our participants to look beyond the confines and particularities of our system of higher education.