CIHES Working Paper No.15.
Central European Higher Education Cooperation Conference Proceedings. Proceedings of the 4th and 5th CEHEC conference
Editors: Gergely Kováts – Mátyás Szabó
The proceedings can be downloaded (in English) here.
The 4th CEHEC conference website can be found here.
The 5th CEHEC conference website can be found here.
This volume comprises papers presented at the fourth and fifth Central European Higher Education Cooperation (CEHEC) conferences. Other papers will be published in the Hungarian Educational Research Journal (HERJ) 2020/4.
The event was part of a series of conferences organized by the CEHEC project, an initiative of the Center of International Higher Education Studies (CIHES) at Corvinus University of Budapest and Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education at Central European University (CEU). CEHEC has multiple goals. First, it aims to create a forum for sharing experiences and good practices, for discussing challenges, progress and opportunities for academic collaboration, and for policy discussion in the region’s higher education. Second, it builds a professional network that can provide support to relevant stakeholders. Last but not least, the series of conferences that emerged from this cooperation seek to provide more visibility to Central and Eastern Europe in the global higher education landscape and recreate the attractiveness the region had in the 1990s for researchers and policy makers.
The CEHEC conference series intends to bring together researchers and practitioners who share a continuous interest in promoting both the scholarly study and the practical advancement of higher education in the Central and Eastern European region.
- Éva KARCSICS – Ágnes SOMOSI: Competence-based management model in higher education: cognitive abilities and Big Five personality traits in relation of academic performance
- Feifei WANG – Éva BÍRÓ: The relationship between sleep belief, stress and sleep quality among college students
- Zsuzsanna E. TÓTH – Vivien SURMAN: Developing a Service Quality Framework for a Special Type of Course
- Zsuzsanna E. TÓTH – György ANDOR – Gábor ÁRVA: Experiences of a university peer review of teaching program
- Éva PÁLINKÓ: Academy – Industry Relationships in Hungary
- Ayelet GILADI – Hannen MAGALH: Training Bedouin Women for the Workforce as Educators in the Pre-School Sector