INQAAHE 14TH BIENNIAL FORUM 2024

Transforming Society: Social Responsibility Through Quality Assurance Of Tertiary Education

📅 June 10 – June 12, 2024

📍 Bucharest, Romania

🏟️ National University of Science and Technology Politehnica Bucharest

Hosted by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS)

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INQAAHE 14TH BIENNIAL FORUM 2024

 

Transforming Society: Social Responsibility through Quality Assurance of Tertiary Education

 

Hosted by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS)

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

We are looking for participants that are willing to discuss, collaborate and spark ideas through insightful and shared experiences.

 

The proposals should aim to equip the audience with a holistic understanding of how tertiary education can shape a better future for individuals and society. The deadline for submissions has been extended to January 31, 2024. More information can be found here.

PROGRAMME

 

Transforming Society: Social Responsibility through
Quality Assurance of Tertiary Education

11 June

12 June

13 June

REGISTRATION

Forum

550 USD
for INQAAHE members

580 USD for non-members

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2 days of forum + social day

N

Panel discussions, roundtables and keynote sessions

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Networking opportunities

N

Welcome cocktail, Gala dinner, Lunch & Coffee breaks

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Regional networks meeting, General Assembly meeting

Forum + 1 WORKSHOP

650 USD
for INQAAHE members

710 USD for non-members

N

2 days of forum + social day

N

Panel discussions, roundtables and keynote sessions

N

Welcome cocktail, Gala dinner, Lunch & Coffee breaks

N

Networking opportunities

N

Regional networks meeting, General Assembly meeting

N

1 PRE-FORUM WORKSHOP

Forum + 2 WORKSHOPS

700 USD
for INQAAHE members

760 USD for non-members

N

2 days of forum + social day

N

Panel discussions, roundtables and keynote sessions

N

Welcome cocktail, Gala dinner, Lunch & Coffee breaks

N

Networking opportunities

N

Regional networks meeting, General Assembly meeting

N

2 PRE-FORUM WORKSHOPS

VENUE

 

The event will take place at the National University of Science and Technology Politehnica Bucharest (UNSTPB), Romania (Bucharest, 313 Splaiul Independentei, district 6, postal code 060042) hosted by the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ARACIS).

 

UNSTPB was founded in 1818 and is the largest and most prestigious technical university in Romania. At present, UNSTB conducts educational activities in engineering fields, organized in 15 faculties, for over 95 bachelor programs and 180 master programs.

ACCOMMODATION

 

The following hotels are situated within walking distance from the forum venue:

IBIS Bucharest Politehnica

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Hotel Yesterday

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Ambiance Hotel

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Also, participants can choose to stay at a hotel in the city center, located at around 5 km distance from the forum venue, such as:

Hotel Novotel

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Hotel Capitol

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Hotel Radisson

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Hotel Athenee Palace

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VISA

 

You can find out how to get a visa on the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website and on the E-VISA
website, where online applications for visa are possible.

 

In case you need a letter of invitation for visa application purposes, please contact us at: inqaaheforum2024@aracis.ro

The Center for Advanced Research on New Materials, Products and Innovative Processes (CAMPUS) of the National University of Science and Technology Politehnica Bucharest is an advanced research & development center for multi - and inter - disciplinary technologies. CAMPUS is uniquely designed, both from the infrastructure point of view, as well as functionality. It holds a 7-storey state of-the-art green and intelligent building with unconventional power sources, energy recovery, reuse of resources, and intelligent management systems. The building itself is a working lab. It integrates 42 advanced research and innovation labs, spread over more than 8,000 square meters.

The Research Center for Innovative Products, Processes and Services (PRECIS) has as general objective the extension of the current infrastructure and research activities of the university, in order to achieve technology transfer and development of products, processes and next-generation services, mainly for industry and health. 28 advanced research and innovation labs, spread over more than 8,000 square meters, are focused on products, processes and services that include intelligent methods and technologies oriented on adaptive and innovative industrial processes, systems for increasing the quality of life, autonomous cognitive systems, cloud services and the future of the Internet, the mobile smart society and digital medicine.

 

The Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) facilities are located in Măgurele, 6 km South of Bucharest. ELI-NP is nowadays the host for the most powerful lasers in the world, and also the most advanced research facility in the world in the field of photonuclear physics, a new interdisciplinary research field which brings together, for the first time, high-power lasers and nuclear physics.

The infrastructure will provide a new European laboratory addressing a broad range of scientific research areas, from frontier fundamental physics, new nuclear physics and astrophysics to applications in nuclear materials, radioactive waste management, material science and life sciences.

The guide will present to the participants the history and relevance of important buildings in central Bucharest, including the old city area, followed by a visit to the National Art Museum.

The National Museum of Art of Romania is the country’s prime holder of Romanian, European and Oriental art. Located in the former Royal Palace in Bucharest, it includes the National Gallery (Romanian medieval and modern art) and the European Art Gallery. Apart from numerous temporary exhibitions, visitors can also join guided tours of the former Throne Hall and other spaces of historical relevance.

The Palace of Parliament is the world's third-largest administrative building, after Surat Diamond Bourse (India) and U. S. Pentagon. It took 20,000 workers and 700 architects to build this massive structure that boasts 12 stories above ground, 1,100 rooms, a 350-ft.-long lobby and eight underground levels, including an enormous nuclear bunker. Today, it houses Romania's Parliament and serves as an international conference center. Built and furnished exclusively with Romanian materials, the building reflects the work of the best artisans in the country. The interior is a luxurious display of crystal chandeliers, mosaics, oak paneling, marble, gold leaf, stained-glass windows, and floors covered in rich carpets.