Idées Nouvelles Europe
Professional Certificate ECTS
 

"Au XXIème, notre souveraineté sera réelle si elle est européenne (et donc partagée) ou illusoire si elle est nationale. Je soutiens donc vivement Idées Nouvelles Europe qui travaille à cette prise de conscience par les citoyens européens!"
Dominique Riquet, député européen
Dominique Riquet

"Je souhaite saluer les initiatives et travaux qu’Idées Nouvelles Europe entreprend depuis 20 ans. Sans aucun doute, alors que l'euroscepticisme est de plus en plus présent en France comme en Europe, il est indispensable de communiquer davantage sur l'Europe et de faire – et surtout d'accroître – ce travail vital de pédagogie sur l'Europe. Ce sont des initiatives comme la vôtre qui contribueront à relancer le débat européen, à nouer de nouveaux partenariats, à lancer de nouveaux projets pour faire, comme vous le soulignez très bien, aimer l'Europe. C'est un très beau projet et je me réjouis de votre engagement!"
Nathalie Griesbeck, Députée européenne
Nathalie-Griesbeck

"A l'heure où l'Europe doit faire face à des défis hors du commun : crise financière et économique, crise grecque, crise migratoire, menace de Brexit, menace terroriste, je salue l'action d'Idées Nouvelles Europe qui informe sans relâche tous les publics sur la construction européenne, cet outil puissant pour trouver ensemble des solutions pérennes et préparer un meilleur avenir."
Sylvie Guillaume, vice présidente du parlement européen
Sylvie-Guillaume

"Idées Nouvelles Europe fait partie de ces associations qui rendent accessible au plus grand nombre le débat européen. Vingt ans que vos projet promeuvent et façonnent l'identité européenne. Rendez-vous dans vingt ans pour votre 40e anniversaire. "
Philippe JUVIN, Député européen
Sylvie-Guillaume

Accessing a European certification

Idées Nouvelles Europe and the International School of Management from Paris have signed a cooperation agreement for the delivery of a new certification

On the occasion of its 20th anniversary, Idées Nouvelles Europe continues its educational development by signing a cooperation agreement with the International School of Management in Paris. This agreement covers an implementation and monitoring of good practices between the European association specialising in the engineering of European training and higher education institution issuing private degrees and professional certifications registered in RNCP (National Directory Professional Certifications). Both organizations have established an unprecedented European certificate issued to EIMP students with their degree and diploma supplement. Other students in France or abroad will benefit from this certificate provided they have completed their curriculum in an institution committed by a partnership with EIMP and INE. This partnership agreement is possible when the political project of the school and the education provided show a strong will of the leaders and the educational team to register their approach in relation to the objectives of the Bologna process : promote the European System of transfer and accumulation (ECTS), to encourage mobility students and teachers demonstrate the system quality of education, provide training designed to promote the employability of graduates and communicate by any means on European values.

For more information about courses offered by EIMP : www.eimparis.com

Ecole Internationale de Management de Paris
 

Fabrice Lachenmaier, director of INE and Thérèse Vejda, Executive Director of EIMP have signed the cooperation agreement with Edouard Jagodnik, former chairman of the Education Committee of INGOs of the Council of Europe.

For your information

What is the Bologna process ?
It’s a text signed by 29 countries in June 1999 which is to harmonize the European higher education systems to make Europe competitive in the global space economy-wide knowledge, leading to the creation in 2010 European Area of higher education, composed of 48 states of the Council of Europe. This space is mainly the states of the European Economic Area and also Turkey and the Russian Federation. The African higher education was also reformed due to historical, political and linguistic uniting some countries with their area of influence. The Bologna process will :
- Establish an easily understandable and comparable system to allow good readability and facilitate international recognition of diplomas and qualifications.
- Organize training on a first cycle for the labour market (at least 3 years) and a second cycle requiring the completion of the first (master 2 years).
- Validate Training by a credit accumulation system transferable between institutions.
- To Facilitate the mobility of students, teachers and researchers.
- Co-operate in insurance of the quality of teaching.
- Give A truly European dimension to higher education.

What is the ECTS ?
The ECTS acronym, abbreviation of the term European Credit Transfer System, allows to assign points to all the components of a curriculum based on the workload to be performed by the student. It therfore offers a better European readability of the national curriculum, and is thereby a tool complementary to the Diploma Supplement, facilitating mobility from one country to another and from one institution to another. The basic rule of this point system is "1 year = 60 credits 'and' 1 credit = 25-30 hours." Each higher education institution may decide independantly, or as part of national regulations, recognition or not of these credits for enrolment in one of his courses or completing a program of study leading to one of the diplomas it issues. Note that for vocational training, an equivalent system exists (for ECVET European Credit system for Vocational Education and Training).

What the European Qualifications Framework ?
The European certificate EIMP INE uses CEC analysis of the grid (or English for EQF European Qualifications Framework) to 8 levels to promote the comparison of programs and degrees. The principle of recognition of qualifications is the assessment of learning outcomes (learning outcomes) rather than academic knowledge. The EQF is applicable to all teaching and training (initial or professional) in school education, university education and vocational training.
Level 1 Basic general knowledge
Level 2  Basic factual knowledge of a field of work or study
Level 3 Knowledge of facts, principles, processes and general concepts, in a field of work or study
Level 4 Factual and theoretical knowledge in broad contexts within a field of work or study
Level 5 Comprehensive, specialised, factual and theoretical knowledge within a field of work or study and an awareness of the boundaries of that knowledge
Level 6 Advanced knowledge of a field of work or study, involving a critical understanding of theories and principles
Level 7 -Highly specialised knowledge, some of which is at the forefront of knowledge in a field of work or study, as the basis for original thinking and/or research
-Critical awareness of knowledge issues in a field and at the interface between different fields
Level 8 Knowledge at the most advanced frontier of a field of work or study and at the interface between fields
 
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