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EUROPEAN HIGHER EDUCATION
AREA (EHEA)
MEDAN 16/05/2014
Where is Europe?
What is EUROPEAN UNION?
What is Eurozone?
What is EHEA?
What is the Bologna Process?
• It is Based on an Underlying Philosophy
– A way to create transparency across Europe
– A method to respect and recognize diversity in Europe
while promoting quality assurance
– A means to increase educational and employment
mobility across Europe
– A means to make Europe an attractive destination for
higher education and work
Bologna Process Objectives
– Adopt a system of easily readable and
comparable degrees
– Adopt a system with three main cycles
– Establish a system of credits
– Promote mobility by overcoming obstacles
– Promote European cooperation in quality
assurance
Poland (波兰) a big country in Central
Europe
Poland is a member of EU since 2004
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•
•
is fully integrated with EU structures
is a member of free travel, work, residence Schengen Treaty
has not adopted common European currency yet
has sound economy – in much better condition than many troubled
European economies.
• offers relatively low costs of tuition and living – estimated cost of
studies at leading Polish univeristies – ca 6000 EUR per year
Blue sky, clear air, clean water,
pristine forests …
unspoiled nature (here and there)
Poland is a country with 1000 years of
history, traditions and culture
WEthe
ARE University
Basic Facts –WHERE
about
Basic Facts – about the University
UITM :
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FOUNDED: 1994

NUMBER OF STUDENTS: 9 000
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3 CAMPUSES
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FOUR FACULTIES:
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ECONOMICS
APPLIED COMPUTER SCIENCE
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION and SOCIAL SCIENCES
TOURISM and HEALTH SCIENCES
OVER 20 MAJORS AT BACHELOR AND MASTER LEVELS
Programs in English
 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
 HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
 INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT
 PHYSIOTHERAPHY
 AVIATION MANAGEMENT
BACHELOR’S and MASTER’S LEVEL
Our strengths
Quality services
Being driven by best practices
of market economy
IT infrastructure
Internationalization
Our strengths:
Quality services
• Top ranked among private Universities in Poland
(last year No 1 in reputable Wprost ranking)
• Student oriented and student focused policies
• Innovative CRM type system for students (part of so
called Virtual University)
• Elearning Blackboard platform as supporting tool
Our strengths:
IT infrastructure
• State of the art Network
• Home ERP system (University XP) already
sold to 60 Polish Universities
• Training Authorized Centers for SUN,
Microsoft, Novell and Oracle
• Regional Cisco Academy (Eastern Europe)
• 15 state of the art dedicated labs (telemedicine,
robotics, optoelectronics, data storage technologies, virtual
reality among others)
Internationalization:
Academic cooperation
JOINT or DOUBLE
DEGREE PROGRAMS
Internationalization:
International Students
1200
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (out of the
EU)
– the largest number among
universities in POLAND
Internationalization:
International Students
Higher Education Programs Preview
MBA Program Structure
No. Course Code
Course
Credits
1
MBA501
Marketing Management
6
2
MAB502
Managerial Finance and Accounting
6
3
MBA503
Business Research
6
4
MBA504
Project Management
6
5
MBA505
Managerial Economics
6
6
MBA506
Human Resource Management
6
7
MBA507
International Business and Trade
6
8
MBA508
Management
6
9
MBA509
Business Development Management
6
10
MBA510
Operations Management
6
11
MBA511
Strategic Management
6
12
MBA512
Leadership and Organizational Behavior
6
13
MBA513
Capstone Project
48
TOTAL
120
MBA Program Progression
12 courses x 6 weeks/course:
•
72 weeks + 6 weeks for submission of last course assignment
•
Capstone project starting concurrently with 11th course lasting
•
Total recommended duration
Wk 1 - 6
1 2
3
4
MBA501
Wk 7 - 12
5
6
7
8
Wk 13 - 18
Wk 19 - 2 4
Wk 2 5 - 3 0
Wk 2 6 - 3 6
Wk 3 7 - 4 2
Wk 4 3 - 4 8
=
=
=
Wk 4 9 - 5 4
78 weeks
24 weeks (6 months )
84 weeks
Wk 5 5 - 6 0
Wk 6 1 - 6 6
Wk 6 7 - 7 2
Wk 7 3 - 7 8
T
S
MBA502
T
S
MBA503
T
S
MBA504
T
S
MBA505
T
S
MBA506
T
S
MBA507
T
S
MBA508
T
S
MBA509
T
S
M B A 5 10
T
S
M B A 5 11
T
S
M B A 5 12
T
M B A 5 13 C a p t so n e P r o j e c t
Le ge nd:
Wk 7 9 - 8 4
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84
S t udy P e r i od
T
- Online Test in Week 6 of st udy per iod
S
- Submission of Assignment on Week 12 of st udy per iod
S
S
MBA Program Delivery
No.
Delivery mode: Online Faculty Instructions
Hours
per wk
No. of
weeks
Σ Contact
Hrs
1
Faculty instruction through pre-recorded lectures
3
6
18
2
Video Case studies
2
6
12
3
Online tutorials to discuss assignment & revision for
test
2
6
12
4
Participation in discussion forums (facilitated)
2
6
12
9
6
54
Subtotal of contact hours for faculty instructions
Expected Self Study
5
Independent research for assignment
9
6
54
6
Self study
7
6
42
Subtotal of expected self study
16
6
96
OVERALL CONTACT & STUDY HOURS
25
6
150
MBA Assessment Structure
No.
Assessment Mode
Type
Weightage (%)
1.
Online Test (30 multiple choice questions)
Summative
30
2.
Coursework Assignment - will be a business
report of 4,000 (+/-10%) words
Formative
70
Total 100
•
1 Credit
=
25 contact hours
•
Each course
=
6 credits (25 contact hrs / wk x 6 wks = 150 contact hrs.)
•
12 courses
=
72 credits (6 credits / course x 12 courses)
•
Capstone Project
=
48 credits
•
Total credits
=
120 credits (ECTS – European Credit Transfer System)
Grade
MBA Grading Structure
Marks (%)
Grade Point
Status
Remarks
A+
98 - 100
4.00
Passing
None
A
93 - 97
3.80
Passing
None
A-
90 - 92
3.70
Passing
None
B+
88 - 89
3.30
Passing
None
B
83 - 87
3.00
Passing
None
B-
80 - 82
2.70
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C+
78 - 79
2.30
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C
73 - 77
2.00
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C-
70 - 72
1.70
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
D+
68 - 69
1.30
Failure
Improvement assigned
D
63 - 67
1.00
Failure
Improvement assigned
D-
60 - 62
0.70
Failure
Improvement assigned
F
0 - 59
0
Failure
Retake of class. Subject to additional fees.
Incomplete (I)
Some work towards the final grade not completed for valid reasons. Period to be completed
decided by the professor. Failure to submit results in 0% for the work missing. Grade is formed
based on the handed elements
Exemption (EX)
Granted from a core or a profile course on the basis of extensive experience in the field or
transfer of credit from a recognized institution. Grade minimum for transfer is B- 80%. A
maximum of 30% of courses will be granted exemption (i.e. 4 courses of equivalent standing
from a recognized institution of higher learning)
MBA Admission Criteria
• Undergraduate degree from an
internationally recognized academic
institution.
• Minimum 3 years of work experience in
middle management (or equivalent,
respective to the profession)
• Proficiency in English
MBA Graduation Requirements
• obtain a passing grade in all courses,
• successfully complete their capstone
project.
• achieve the required overall GPA of 3.0
• Fulfillment of all financial obligations to
NetAcademy and UITM
Item
MBA Program
Summary
Description
Award & Validation
UITM,POLAND
No. of modules
12 courses + 1 Capstone Project (8K words)
Duration
84 weeks (1 years 8 months)
Assessment
70% coursework + 30% quiz
Entry Requirement
Recognised Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
Study Materials
ALL provided by NetAcademy for EVERY course
Fees
(NOT including graduation
ceremony fees)
• Study guides
• Video links
• Virtual classroom
• Power point slides
• Online library
• Personal tutor
• Application Fees:
• Program Fees:
• Total Fees:
=
=
=
DBA
Program
Structure
Core Stage:
two (2) courses
•
• Dissertation & Defense stage:
No. Course Code
1
2
DBA601
DBA602
8
DBA608
thesis of at least 50K words
Course
CORE STAGE
Research Methodology & Design I
Research Methodology & Design II
DISSERTATION STAGE
Dissertation Thesis & Dissertation Defense
DBA CHART
Gantt Chart of DBA Program Progression
•
DBA Program Delivery
No. Delivery mode: Online Faculty Instructions
Hours per
wk
No. of
weeks
Σ Contact
Hrs
2
10
20
1
Faculty instruction through pre-recorded
lectures
2
Video Case studies
1
10
10
3
Online tutorials to discuss assignment
2
10
20
4
Participation in discussion forums (facilitated)
1
10
10
Subtotal of contact hours for faculty instructions
6
10
60
Expected Self Study
5
Independent research for assignment
4
10
40
6
Self study
3
10
30
Subtotal of expected self study
7
10
70
OVERALL CONTACT & STUDY HOURS
13
10
130
DBA Assessment Structure
• Assessment for the UITM DBA program for all courses
will be 100% by coursework.
• All assignments will consist of a mini research on topic
given by the lecturer.
• The assignments will be presented in the form of a
business report of 7,000 ( +/- 10%) words on a real
world organisation.
• Each assignment will be accompanied by a
comprehensive assessment rubric (marking criteria)
• Candidates are given 10 weeks from the
commencement of a particular course to complete and
submit their assignments.
Grade
DBA Grading Structure
Marks (%)
Grade Point
Status
Remarks
A+
98 - 100
4.00
Passing
None
A
93 - 97
3.80
Passing
None
A-
90 - 92
3.70
Passing
None
B+
88 - 89
3.30
Passing
None
B
83 - 87
3.00
Passing
None
B-
80 - 82
2.70
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C+
78 - 79
2.30
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C
73 - 77
2.00
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C-
70 - 72
1.70
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
D+
68 - 69
1.30
Failure
Improvement assigned
D
63 - 67
1.00
Failure
Improvement assigned
D-
60 - 62
0.70
Failure
Improvement assigned
F
0 - 59
0
Failure
Retake of class. Subject to additional fees.
Incomplete (I)
Some work towards the final grade not completed for valid reasons. Period to be completed
decided by the professor. Failure to submit results in 0% for the work missing. Grade is formed
based on the handed elements
Exemption (EX)
Granted from a core or a profile course on the basis of extensive experience in the field or
transfer of credit from a recognized institution. Grade minimum for transfer is B- 80%. A
maximum of 30% of courses will be granted exemption (i.e. 4 courses of equivalent standing
from a recognized institution of higher learning)
DBA Admission Criteria
• Master degree from an internationally
recognized academic institution.
• Min. 4 years of work experience in
executive or senior management positions
• Proficiency in English
DBA Graduation Requirements
• obtain a passing grade in all courses,
• successfully complete their capstone
project.
• achieve the required overall GPA of 3.0
• Fulfillment of all financial obligations to
NetAcademy and UITM
DBA Program Summary
Item
Description
Award & Validation
Uitm,poland
No. of modules
2 courses + 1 Dissertation (50K words)
Duration
104 weeks (2 years)
Assessment
100% coursework
Entry Requirement
Recognised Master’s degree or equivalent
Study Materials
ALL provided by NetAcademy for EVERY course
Fees
(NOT including graduation
ceremony fees)
• Study guides
• Video links
• Virtual classroom
• Power point slides
• Online library
• Personal tutor
• Application Fees:
• Program Fees:
• Total Fees:
=
=
=
BBM Program Structure
• Bachelor of Business Administration
No. Course Code
Course
Credits
1
BBA401
Financial Management
6
2
BBA402
International Business Management
6
3
BBA403
International Marketing Strategies
6
4
BBA404
Management Information Systems
6
5
BBA405
Electronic Business
6
6
BBA406
Managing Organizational Change &
Developments
6
7
BBA407
Business Research
6
8
BBA408
Human Resource Training and Development
6
9
BBA409
Project Paper and Case Study
12
TOTAL
60
BAF Program Structure
• Bachelor of Accounting and Finance
No. Course Code
Course
Credits
1
BAF401
Management Accounting
6
2
BAF402
Financial Accounting
6
3
BAF403
Corporate & Business Law
6
4
BAF404
Taxation
6
5
BAF405
Financial Reporting
6
6
BAF406
Audit & Assurance
6
7
BAF407
Financial Management
6
8
BAF408
Business Analysis
6
9
BAF409
Project Paper & Case Study
12
TOTAL
60
BHM Program Structure
• Bachelor of Hospitality Management
No. Course Code
Course
Credits
1
BHM401
Front Office Operations
6
2
BHM402
Food and Beverage Service
6
3
BHM403
Services Marketing
6
4
BHM404
Human Resource Management
6
5
BHM405
Management Accounting
6
6
BHM406
Resort Operations and Management
6
7
BHM407
Hospitality Procurement, Purchasing and Selection
6
8
BHM408
Introduction to Club and SPA Management
6
9
BHM409
Project Paper and Case Study
12
TOTAL
60
BIT Program Structure
• Bachelor of Information Technology
No. Course Code
Course
Credits
1
BIT401
Systems Analysis and Design
6
2
BIT402
Network and Distributed Systems
6
3
BIT403
Social and Organisational Issues in Computing
6
4
BIT404
Management Information Systems
6
5
BIT405
Internet Security Management
6
6
BIT406
Java Business Programming
6
7
BIT407
Database Design and Management
6
8
BIT408
Web Development
6
9
BIT409
Project Paper and Case Study
12
TOTAL
60
Bachelor Program Progression
8 courses x 6 weeks/course:
•
48 weeks + 7 weeks for submission of last course assignment
•
Project Paper & Case Study starting concurrently with 5th course lasting
•
Total recommended duration
WEEKS
1-6
7 - 12
13 - 18
19 - 24
25 - 30
= 55 weeks
= 31 weeks
= 55 weeks
31 - 36
37 -42
43 - 48
49 - 54
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55
COURSES
BBM401
Study Period
BBM402
T
S
Study Period
BBM403
T
Study Period
BBM404
S
T
Study Period
S
T
BBM405
Study Period
BBM406
T
S
Study Period
BBM407
T
Study Period
BBM408
S
T
Study Period
S
T
Project Paper & Case Study
BBM409
Legend:
S
Study Period
T
Online Test in Week 7 for each course
S
Submission of assignment for each course in Week 13 from start of that course
S
Bachelor Program Delivery
No.
Delivery mode: Online Faculty Instructions
Hours
per wk
No. of
weeks
Σ Contact
Hrs
1
Faculty instruction through pre-recorded lectures
3
6
18
2
Video Case studies
2
6
12
3
Online tutorials to discuss assignment & revision for
test
2
6
12
4
Participation in discussion forums (facilitated)
2
6
12
9
6
54
Subtotal of contact hours for faculty instructions
Expected Self Study
5
Independent research for assignment
9
6
54
6
Self study
7
6
42
Subtotal of expected self study
16
6
96
OVERALL CONTACT & STUDY HOURS
25
6
150
Bachelor Assessment Structure
No.
Assessment Mode
Type
Weightage (%)
1.
Online Test (30 multiple choice questions)
Summative
30
2.
Coursework Assignment - will be a business
report of 4,000 (+/-10%) words
Formative
70
Total 100
•
1 Credit
=
25 contact hours
•
Each course
=
6 credits (25 contact hrs / wk x 6 wks = 150 contact hrs.)
•
12 courses
=
72 credits (6 credits / course x 12 courses)
•
Capstone Project
=
48 credits
•
Total credits
=
120 credits (ECTS – European Credit Transfer System)
Bachelor Grading Structure
Grade
Marks (%)
Grade Point
Status
Remarks
A+
98 - 100
4.00
Passing
None
A
93 - 97
3.80
Passing
None
A-
90 - 92
3.70
Passing
None
B+
88 - 89
3.30
Passing
None
B
83 - 87
3.00
Passing
None
B-
80 - 82
2.70
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C+
78 - 79
2.30
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C
73 - 77
2.00
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
C-
70 - 72
1.70
Passing
Under condition that overall GPA for diploma above
or equal to requirement
D+
68 - 69
1.30
Failure
Improvement assigned
D
63 - 67
1.00
Failure
Improvement assigned
D-
60 - 62
0.70
Failure
Improvement assigned
F
0 - 59
0
Failure
Retake of class. Subject to additional fees.
Incomplete (I)
Some work towards the final grade not completed for valid reasons. Period to be completed
decided by the professor. Failure to submit results in 0% for the work missing. Grade is formed
based on the handed elements
Exemption (EX)
Granted from a core or a profile course on the basis of extensive experience in the field or
transfer of credit from a recognized institution. Grade minimum for transfer is B- 80%. A
maximum of 30% of courses will be granted exemption (i.e. 4 courses of equivalent standing
from a recognized institution of higher learning)
Bachelor Admission Criteria
• 2-year Diploma, Higher Diploma or
Advanced Diploma from an internationally
recognized academic institution of higher
learning.
• Minimum 3 years of work experience in
middle management (or equivalent,
respective to the profession)
• Proficiency in English
Bachelor Graduation Requirements
• obtain a passing grade in all courses,
• successfully complete their capstone
project.
• achieve the required overall GPA of 3.0
• Fulfillment of all financial obligations to
NetAcademy and UITM
Bachelor Program Summary
Item
Description
Award & Validation
UITM,POLAND
No. of modules
8 courses + 1 Capstone Project (8K words)
Duration
55 weeks (1 year 2 months)
Assessment
70% coursework + 30% quiz
Entry Requirement
Recognised 2-year Diploma or equivalent
Study Materials
ALL provided by NetAcademy for EVERY course
Fees
(NOT including graduation
ceremony fees)
• Study guides
• Video links
• Virtual classroom
• Power point slides
• Online library
• Personal tutor
• Application Fees:
• Program Fees:
• Total Fees:
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