Ali Təhsil İslahatları Ekspertləri (ATİE)

The purpose of the National Teams of Higher Education Reform Experts (HERE) is to provide a pool of expertise in certain areas to promote and enhance progress toward the Lisbon and Bologna objectives in the light of national needs and aspirations. Within these broader objectives the National Team will, amongst other activities, provide counselling to higher education institutions on the following areas: Quality Assurance (internal and external) The Three Cycle System: curricular reform, national and European Qualification Frameworks (NQF/EQF), Tuning Recognition (ECTS, Diploma Supplement, Europass, Lisbon Recognition Convention)

Name Institution name Field of expertise in higher education reform topics (e.g. quality assurance, knowledge triangle, 3-cycle system, recognition, ECTS, mobility, qualifications frameworks, etc) E-mail address
Aynur Bashirova Baku Slavic University Quality Assurance [email protected]
Elchin Yusifzadeh Ministry of Education, Republic of Azerbaijan Qualification frameworks, quality assurance, recognition [email protected]
Razia Isayeva Khazar University Knowledge triangle, 3-cycle system [email protected]
Elmira Ismayilova Baku State University Quality Assurance, mobility [email protected]
Ilham Humbatov Ministry of Education, Republic of Azerbaijan Internationalization, Quality Assurance, NQF [email protected]
Yashar Omarov Ministry of Education, Republic of Azerbaijan Quality Assurance, ECTS, Bologna process, 3-cyle system [email protected]
Nigar Abbaszade Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University Quality Assurance, ECTS Bologna process, 3-cycle system, NQF [email protected]
Ruslan Sadirkhanov Odlar Yurdu University Diploma Supplement, Quality Assurance, ECTS Bologna process, 3-cycle system, NQF [email protected]
Sevil Imanova Qafqaz University Internationalization, Quality Assurance [email protected]
Vusala Gurbanova Ministry of Education, Republic of Azerbaijan Quality Assurance, ECTS Bologna process, 3-cycle system, NQF [email protected]
 

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