Twenty Danube Conference Added:29.9. 2003
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Twenty Danube Conference

From Friday, September 28 took place in Prague two-day Danube conference, which brings together 45 universities, mainly from Central and Southeastern Europe. The conference aims to help universities States waiting for an invitation to the EU. New member states should help them in particular aligning training and higher standards, for example, score study.

From Friday, September 28 took place in Prague two-day Danube conference, which brings together 45 universities, mainly from Central and Southeastern Europe. The conference aims to help universities States waiting for an invitation to the EU. New member states should help them in particular aligning training and higher standards, for example, score study.

„Just as we helped the German and Austrian universities, so our duty is to help those who are in the European Higher Education Area will get it later,“ said President of the Danube Rectors' Conference Devínska Ferdinand. This is according to him, especially for schools in Bosnia, Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria and Ukraine.

Danube Rectors' Conference of Central European University was founded in 1983. Assembly Conference will be held for the twentieth time. Its members are the Czech Republic, Charles University, Masaryk University in Brno, Palacky University in Olomouc, Mendel University of Agriculture and Forestry University and the Technical University and CTU.

Source: ČTK




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