On 17 February 2022, a series of four international peer-learning seminars will start to share the results of the LMRO Partnership Initiative.
Every Thursday, an international dialogue will be hosted to share innovative public policy options and institutional practices effective in supporting good labour market outcomes for graduates including, for example, study and career guidance, curricula updating, and transversal skills development. Each seminar is chaired by one of the countries in the LMRO Partnership Initiative – Austria, Slovenia, Hungary, and Portugal.
The seminars are open to everyone interested. Each seminar will commence at 9:00 CET and feature three separate thematic sessions through the day, and close at 17:15-18:00 CET. Those with busy calendars should note that the closing session will summarise main messages of the day, and offer concluding thoughts from the country chair on how the day’s proceedings might inform policy making.
Please find the seminar agendas and the links to register below:
- 17 February – “Widening access and attracting students to fields with high labour market demand”, chaired by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research – Register here
- 24 February – “Raising study success through student support and improved career-study linkages”, chaired by the Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport – Register here
- 3 March – “Stimulating innovation through inter-/trans-disciplinarity in education and research”, chaired by the Hungarian National Research, Development and Innovation – Register here
- 10 March – “Supporting improvement in teaching and learning to address students’ needs and labour market demands”, chaired by the Directorate General for Higher Education (DGES) of Portugal - Register here