The Tuning Process

European Commission and the Bologna Process website

Official Bologna Process website

Bologna Process Implementation Report 2012 pdf

Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA pdf

Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area pdf

Tuning Guide to Designing Competence-Based Degree Profiles pdf

Competence-based learning pdf

Tuning Educational Structures in Europe website

Tuning Latin America website

Tuning Africa website

Tuning Russia website

Tuning Kyrgyz Republic website

Tuning Georgia ppt

Tuning USA website

RHUSTE Tuning Human Sciences in Russia website

ACUR pdf

Tuning from Project to Process pdf

The Project

TuCAHEA Student Mobility report

TuCAHEA Student Mobility report

The TuCAHEA Student Mobility report is now available here

 

Congratulations! TuCAHEA is three!

Happy Birthday TuCAHEA

On 15 October 2015, TuCAHEA turned three. Not only: TuCAHEA was awarded another 4 months of project eligibility by the European Commission! A very nice birthday gift indeed, and very appropriate for such a strong and ambitious three-year old. read more...

 

Happy Second Birthday TuCAHEA

Happy Birthday TuCAHEA

On 15 October 2014 TuCAHEA celebrated its second birthday read more...

 

Happy Birthday TuCAHEA

Happy Birthday TuCAHEA

On 15 October 2013 TuCAHEA celebrated its first birthday read more...

 

TuCAHEA's full title is "Towards a Central Asian Higher Education Area: Tuning Structures and Building Quality Culture". It is a Tempus Structural Measures project which will run from 15 October 2012 to 14 October 2015. There are 47 partners, including 8 European Union Universities, 34 Central Asian Universities, and the Ministries of Education of the five partner countries (Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

TuCAHEA's broad aim is to contribute to building a Central Asian Higher Education Area [CAHEA], aligned with the European Higher Education Area [EHEA], able to take into account and valorise the specific needs and potentials of the Region and of the partner countries, thus responding to the needs of the higher education community and society at large.

Building on the Tuning methodology developed worldwide by academics in collaboration with students, graduates, administrators, employers and ministries. TuCAHEA aims to extend the use of competence-based quality tools for planning and delivery of degree programmes, enhance regional higher education systems, create a platform for sharing knowledge and elaborating quality tools across the region and in each country. It encourages legislation to create regional cohesion in alignment with the EHEA; it will establish pilot Tuning Subject Area Groups able to formulate Guidelines and Reference Points for key disciplinary and thematic sectors; it trains ministerial, academic and independent experts in the use of competence-based tools, it fosters student mobility within and outside the region and tests and perfects the quality and recognition tools necessary for mobility; it establishes information / dissemination centres in both capitals and other areas of the partner countries.

The principal outcomes will be to extend knowledge of the worldwide Tuning process, involving the Central Asian area directly in Tuning's broad international context; to enhance knowledge of existing quality and recognition tools as a basis for further elaboration; to carry out consultations on both generic and subject specific competences, to produce a number of Tuning Subject Area reports; to produce competence/learning-outcomes-based descriptions of degree programmes using the Degree Profile template developed by Tuning and the ENIC-NARIC Network, and more generally to creating a basis for a Central Asian Higher Education Area, developing premises for a Central Asian Qualifications Framework and Credit System.

Project 530786: Grant Agreement: 2012-2015, budget €1.291.757,50; maximum grant €1.161.934,50.

News

  • TuCAHEA Core Group and Ministerial Meeting in Rome

    TuCAHEA Core Group and Ministerial Meeting in Rome

    On 17-18 January the TuCAHEA Consortium is holding a very important meeting in which the results of the read more...

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  • 27 - 28 November 2015, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

    27 - 28 November 2015, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

    TuCAHEA’s Fifth and Final Plenary Conference and Working Meeting will be held in Bishkek on 27 – 28 November 2015 read more...

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  • Fifth Cycle of Country Meetings

    Fifth Cycle of Country Meetings

    During the months preceding the Final Plenary Meeting in Bishkek, Country Meetings have been held in four of the five partner countries read more...

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    TuCAHEA Pilot Student Mobility

    TuCAHEA Pilot Student Mobility

    The first students are already studying at their host universities! Best wishes! read more...

     

    Viktoriya Panchenko Kolp Angiolini

    Viktoriya Panchenko Kolp Angiolini

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    14 - 15 November 2014, Samarkand, Uzbekistan

    Samarkand

    TuCAHEA’s Fourth Plenary Conference and Working Meeting will be held in Samarkand on 14 - 15 November 2014 read more...

     

    Fourth Cycle of Country Meetings

    Fourth Cycle of Country Meetings

    During the months preceding the Samarkand Plenary Meeting, Country Meetings are being held in all of the five partner countries read more...

     

  • Call for Pilot Student Mobility Candidates

    The TuCAHEA Consortium in the Tempus framework hereby publishes the call for a pilot regional student mobility program

  • The deadline for Declaration of interest: 15 September 2014
  • The final deadline for Application: 15 October 2014
  • Published: 2 July 2014
    - Student Mobility (doc)
    - Annex 1 (doc)
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  • Second Study/Training Visit to Europe

    Rome, Pisa and Groningen 14-22 June 2014

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  • Third Plenary Conference and Working Meeting

    Third Plenary Conference and Working Meeting

    TuCAHEA’s Third Plenary Conference and Working Meeting will be held in Dushanbe on 4 - 5 April 2014 read more...

     

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