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“Joint Degree: University of
Perugia (IT) experience”


Valencia Global 2006

1
-
4 June 2006

Presentation by

Prof. Mariapia Viola Magni


Università degli Studi di Perugia

Dipartimento di Medicina Clinica e Sperimentale, Sezione di Fisiopatologia

Policlinico Monteluce
I
-
06122 Perugia


ITALY


ispatgen@unipg.it

t. 0039 075 572 21 94

f. 0039 075 572 68 03

JOINT DEGREE STUDY

Joint degrees are high on the European political
agenda.


At the 2001 Prague Higher Education Summit,
Ministers called upon the higher education sector
to step up the development of modules, courses
and curricula


“offered in partnership by institutions from
different countries and leading to a recognised
joint degree”.


JOINT DEGREE STUDY

Expectations regarding the development

of joint degrees,


as a means of achieving the goals of the
Bologna Declaration,


are high.


Bologna Declaration

The Bologna Declaration of 19 June 1999 involves

six actions relating to:


1
-

a system of academic grades which are
easy to
read and compare
, including the introduction
of the diploma supplement (designed to improve
international "transparency" and facilitate
academic and professional recognition of
qualifications);


Bologna Declaration

2
-

a system essentially based on
two cycles
:


-

a first cycle geared to the employment market


and lasting at least three years and


-

a second cycle (Master) conditional upon the


completion of the first cycle;


Bologna Declaration

3
-

a system of
accumulation and transfer of
credits

(of the ECTS type already used
successfully under Socrates
-
Erasmus);


4
-

mobility

of students, teachers and researchers;


5
-

co
-
operation with regard to
quality assurance
;


6
-

the
European dimension

of higher education.


Lisbon Council

At the March 2000 Lisbon Council, the Heads of State
and Government, conscious of the upheaval caused
by globalisation and the challenges inherent in a
new, knowledge
-
based economy, set a new objective
for the Union for the decade ahead:

Lisbon Council

that of becoming "
the most competitive and
dynamic knowledge
-
based economy in the
world, capable of sustainable economic growth
with more and better jobs and greater social
cohesion
".


Prague Conference

At the Prague ministerial conference in 2002 the
ministers set the European area of higher education
the objective of responding to the needs of lifelong
learning

Berlin Conference

On 19 September 2003, the Ministers of Higher
Education of the Bologna Signatory States gathered
in Berlin and adopted a Communiqué taking note of
progress made so far and defining three intermediate
priorities for the next two years: quality assurance,
two
-
cycle system and recognition of degrees and
periods of studies.


Bergen 2005

"Therefore, the Ministers agree that by 2005 national
quality assurance systems should include:


-

A definition of the responsibilities of the bodies and
institutions involved.

Bergen 2005

-

Evaluation of programmes or institutions, including
internal assessment, external review, participation
of students and the publication of results.

-

A system of accreditation, certification or
comparable procedures.

-

International participation, co
-
operation and
networking."

Bergen 2005

"All Ministers commit themselves to having started
the implementation of the two cycle system by
2005.“

Bergen 2005

"Ministers encourage the member States to
elaborate a framework of comparable and
compatible qualifications for their higher education
systems, which should seek to describe
qualifications in terms of

workload,



level,




learning





outcomes,






competences and









profile.

Bergen 2005

They also undertake to elaborate an overarching
framework of qualifications for the European Higher
Area."


Bergen 2005

"Ministers stress the important role played by the
European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) in
facilitating student mobility and international
curriculum development.

Bergen 2005

They note that ECTS is increasingly becoming a
generalised basis for the national credit systems.

Bergen 2005

They encourage further progress with the goal that
the ECTS becomes not only a transfer but also an
accumulation system, to be applied consistently as
it develops within the emerging European Higher
Education Area."


Bergen 2005

"They set the objective that every student
graduating as from 2005 should receive the
Diploma Supplement automatically and free of
charge.


It should be issued in a widely spoken European
language."


Bergen 2005

The European Parliament and the Council adopted a
proposal to integrate different transparency
instruments developed for vocational training

(like Europass, European Portfolio and the European
CV)

and bring them together into a single European
Framework for Transparency of Qualifications and
Competences, called EUROPASS, which includes the
Diploma Supplement, used in higher education.

Bergen 2005

"Ministers agree to engage at the national level to
remove legal obstacles to the establishment and
recognition of such degrees and to actively support
the development and adequate quality assurance of
integrated curricula leading to joint degrees."

Bergen 2005

The award of a “real” joint degree on a single
degree certificate

in the name of both or all
participating institutions.

Estimated distribution of joint
degrees by field of study

Italian Experiences

Its origins

SOCRATES THEMATIC NETWORKS


Aims and objectives

Biotechnology Network

Aim
:



to improve the industrial development
through formation

First
Project


Biotech 1996
-
1999


Analysis of initial formation


Creation of a new curriculum


Announcement of MIUR in the
framework of internationalisation
-
1999
-


Curriculum presentation


Creation of a Consortium between 12
European Universities


Approval and financing of the project


Beginning of the course in 2000/2001

The

Consortium

is

established

among

the

following

Universities
:



Charles

University

Prague

-

CZ



Polytechnic

University

of

Valencia

-

ES


Rheinische

Friedrich

Wilhelms

Universität

Bonn

-

DE


University

of

Budapest

-

HU


University

of

Gdansk

and

-

PL


Medical

University

of

Gdansk

-

PL


University

of

Lecce

-

IT


University

of

Lisbon

-

PT


University

of

Perugia

-

IT


University

of

Turku

-

FI


University

of

Udine

-

IT


University

of

Sofia

-

BG

Consortium of European Universities:

The Curriculum

First Year

I SEMESTER

II SEMESTER

Modules

Hrs.
Lecture

Hrs.
Practice

credits

Modules

Hrs.
Lecture

Hrs.
Practice

credits

General &
Inorganic
Chemistry

25

35

7

Biochemistry

25

45

7

Organic
Chemistry

30

45

8

Cell Biology &
General
Histology

25

45

7

Computers &
Biostatistics

15

30

5

Biophysics

14

26

4

Physical &
Mathematical
fundaments for
Biotechnology

25

50

7

Plant & Human
Physiology

20

36

10

Bioethics

10

20

2

Instrumental
Analysis

18

36

5

Current Topic I

5

10

1

Current Topic II

4

6

1

Summer Stage

15

Second Year

III SEMESTER

IV SEMESTER

Modules

Hrs.
Lecture

Hrs.
Practice

credits

Modules

Hrs.
Lecture

Hrs.
Practice

credits

Immunology

18

36

5

Pharmacology &
Toxicology

20

40

6

Cell Culture

7

14

3

Biotechnological
Processes

20

40

6

Molecular
Biology

28

56

8

Molecular & Genetic
Diagnostics

25

45

4

Genetics

18

36

5

Current Topic II

3

7

1

Microbiology &
Virology

2

50

8

Pharmaceutical
Biotechnology &
Drug Engineering

17

33

5

Current Topic I

4

6

1

Animal
Biotechnology &
Tissue Engineering

17

33

5

Plant Biotechnology

17

33

5

Food Processing

17

33

5

Bioprocess &
Bioengineering
Fundamentals

17

33

5

Summer Stage

15

Third Year

V SEMESTER

VI SEMESTER

Modules

Hrs.
Lecture

Hrs.
Practice

credits

credits

Quality Control &
Assurance

17

33

5

THESIS

30

Business & Project
Management

13

27

4

Patent & Law

10

20

3

Bioinformatics

27

53

8

Biomaterials &
Biocompatibility

17

33

5

Industrial Simulation &
Case Study

13

27

4

Current Topic I

4

6

1

Inauguration of the Course


Perugia


IT 2001/2002


Gdansk


PL 2002/2003


Turku


FI 2003/2004


Lecce


IT 2004/2005


Udine


IT 2005/2006


Perugia 24 September 2001

Organisation of the Course


The statute

its Organs:


Advisory Committee of Rectors


Teaching Committee


Management Committee


Quality Assurance Assessment Committees


Student Committee

Infrastructure


Laboratories Creation:


Molecular Biology


Cellular Culture


Microscopy


Students secretariat and library

First Graduated in 2004



All the students graduated


and the 60% cum laude

Diploma

Creation of the Master


Biotechnology Medical Application

International Master



Starting a.y. 2004
-
2005


The Curriculum

First
Year

I SEMESTER

II SEMESTER

MODULES

Hrs.
Lecture

Hrs.
Practice

credits

credits

Molecular Pathology of cellular components

25

25

4

Stage

30

Infection diseases: diagnosis of bacterial viral
and parasite infection

30

35

5

Gene cloning system: stability and expression
of cloned gene products

25

25

4

Cell transformation and transgenic species

18

20

3

Molecular Pathology of genetic diseases

25

25

4

Genes probes and diagnosis of diseases

12

13

2

DNA fingerprinting and person identification

12

13

2

Inflammatory factors

12

13

2

Molecular pathology of immune system

12

13

2

Tissue and cell transplant

12

13

2

Second Year

I SEMESTER

II SEMESTER

MODULES

Hrs.
Lecture

Hrs.
Practice

credits

credits

Tumours

35

40

6

Stage

30

Protein purification and proteomic analysis

25

25

4

Biosensor

18

20

3

Biomedical optoelectronic

18

20

3

Molecular Pathology of liver and kidney

25

25

4

Molecular Pathology of cardio
-
vascular
diseases

25

25

4

Molecular Pathology of endocrine system

18

20

3

Neuropathology

18

20

3

Thank you for your attention!



For further information do not hesitate to contact:


Mariapia Viola Magni


Università degli Studi di Perugia

Dipartimento di Medicina Clinica e Sperimentale, Sezione di Fisiopatologia

Policlinico Monteluce
I
-
06122 Perugia


ITALY


e
-
mail: ispatgen@unipg.it

Tel: 0039 075 572 21 94

Fax: 0039 075 572 68 03

DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

Università degli Studi di Perugia


Diploma Supplement



Job Creation Oriented Biotechnology


1. Information identifying the holder of the qualification

1.1 Family name(s)…

ZDANOWICZ

1.2 Given name(s)……
AGNIESZKA

1.3 Date of birth (day/month/year)

…30/10/1982

1.4 Student identification number or code

ZDNGSZ82R70Z127O



2

Information identifying the qualification


2.1

Name of qualification and title conferred (in original language)



International Degree in “Job Creation Oriented Biotechnology”

Final degree is jointed degree obtained from 12 Universities which

organised this course

2.2 Main field(s) of study for the qualification

Biotechnology


DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

2.3 Name and status of awarding institution (in original language)

Charles University Prague

Polytechnic University of Valencia

Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms Universität Bonn

Università degli Studi di Lecce

Università degli Studi di Perugia

Università degli Studi di Udine

University of Budapest

University of Gdansk

Medical University of Gdansk

University of Lisbon

University of Turku

University of Sofia

2.4 Name and status of institution administering studies


Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italia

2.5 Language(s) of instruction/examination

English

3 Information on the level of the qualification

3.1 Level of qualification

First Level

3.2 Official length of programme


Three years

3.3 Access requirement(s)


The students must possess the Diploma, or equivalent, of secondary
school.

DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

4 Information on the contents and results gained

4.1 Mode of study

Each

module

is

formed

by

1
/
3

of

lectures

and

2
/
3

of

practical

activities
.


Students

are

invited

to

participate

in

1

stage

of

3

months

during

each

of

the

summer

periods

of

the

first

two

years
..

4.2 Programme requirements


A

student

may

be

admitted

to

the

final

thesis

if

he

has

been

successfully

examined

in

all

modules

of

the

tree

years
.

The

student

must

prepare

the

thesis

based

on

original

work
.

Students

are

allowed

to

dedicate

6

months

to

the

thesis

preparation
.

After

approval

of

the

thesis

supervisor,

the

thesis

will

be

assessed

by

the

supervisor

and

a

member

of

the

Teaching

Committee

who

is

not

from

the

country

of

the

student
.

When

the

Teaching

Committee

has

approved

the

thesis,

the

student

will

be

called

to

a

viva

voce

by

the

Teaching

Committee

which

will

also

participate

in

the

evaluation
.


DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

FIRST YEAR

Subjects


Mark

Credits


General and Inorganic Chemistry


30/30


7

Organic Chemistry


30/30


8

Computer & Biostatistics


30/30


5

Physical and Mathematical Fundaments for Biotechnology


30/30


7

Bioethics


30/30 e Lode


2

Current Topic I


30/30 e Lode


1

Biochemistry


30/30 e Lode


7

Cell Biology & General Histology


30/30


7

Biophysics


30/30


4

Plant & Human Physiology


30/30


4

Instrumental Analysis


30/30 e Lode


7

Current Topic II


25/30


1

DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

SECOND YEAR

Subjects


Mark

Credits


Immunology

24/30

5

Cell Culture

23/30

3

Molecular Biology

28/30

8

Genetics

30/30

5

Microbiology and Virology

30/30 e Lode

8

Current Topic I

30/30

1

Pharmacology & Toxicology

26/30

6

Biotechnological Processes

28/30

6

Molecular & Genetic Diagnostics

30/30

7

Current Topic II

28/30

1

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology & Drug Engineering

30/30

5

Plant Biotechnology

27/30

5

DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

THIRD YEAR

Subjects


Mark

Credits


Current

Topic

I

27/30

1

Bioinformatics

30/30 e Lode

8

Quality

Control

&

Assurance

30/30

5

Biomaterials & biocompatibility

23/30

5

Business & Project Management

30/30

4

Industrial

Simulation

&

Case

Study

28/30

4

Patent

&

Law


30/30

3

DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

Stage 2002:

University

College

of

Dublin

Department of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Dublin, Ireland.

15 CREDITS FOR THE 3 MONTHS STAGE.

Stage 2003:

Robert Koch Institut

Molecular

Biology,

Berlin,

Germany
.

15 CREDITS FOR THE 3 MONTHS STAGE.

Stage 2004:

Kafatos Group

EMBL Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany.

30 CREDITS FOR THE 6 MONTHS THESIS
-
STAGE.


Final

mark

of

110
/
110

cum

Laude
.


4
.
4

Grading

scheme

and,if

available,

grade

distribution

guidance


All

of

the

examinations

will

be

either

written

or

computer
-
based
.

Overall

assessment

for

each

module

will

be

30
%

practical

work

and

70
%

theory

examination
.


4.5 Overall classification of the qualification

The

final

mark

awarded

for

the

degree

will

be

derived

from

the

average

of

the

marks

for

all

modules

of

course

work

valued

at

80
%

and

the

evaluation

of

the

thesis,

including

its

defence,

valued

at

20
%
.


5

Information on the function of the qualification

5.1 Access to further studies


Master, PhD and other courses on the basis of credits recognition


DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT:

5.2

Professional status


The graduate can work in enterprises, in the research at the University and in other Institutions.

He may create a new enterprise in the field.


6 Additional information

6.1

Additional information

The

student

will

obtain

a

Diploma

of

the

International

First

Level

Degree

entitled

“JOB

CREATION

ORIENTED

BIOTECHNOLOGY”
.

This

Diploma

will

be

signed

by

all

partner

Universities

and

will

be

valid

in

the

countries

to

which

the

Universities

pertain
.

The

summer

stage

of

the

student

is

outside

of

the

taught

programme,

each

successful

stage

will

be

recognised

by

awarding

15

credits

over

and

above

those

(
60
)

awarded

for

the

taught

programme

(
30

credits

total)


6.2

Further information sources


7 Certification of the supplement

7.1 Date

7.2 Signature

7.3 Capacity

7.4 Official stamp or seal