Fedemag

FEDEMag 7
Summer 2020

While everybody else seems to be talking of their upcoming holidays, it seems there will be no rest for FEDE institutions, which are working tirelessly to deal with the backlog caused by the pandemic and to prepare, in spite of ongoing uncertainties, for the beginning of the academic year in September. The FEDE’s teams will not be letting up either and will be on hand to provide assistance throughout the summer.

This seventh issue of the FEDEMAG provides an overview of careers in IT and information on a new quality label made available in response to demand by a large number of our institutions: FEDE approval of your degrees and other qualifications. In this seventh issue I also wished to share with you a little more information than usual on my work as the FEDE’s representative at the Council of Europe. Indeed, a major issue addressed by the Council in recent months is important to us all: post-COVID-19 education.
Let’s make the most of the summer to grab a few moments of relaxation – it has certainly been in short supply over the past few months….

FEDEMag 6
Spring 2020

The pandemic has shown that unity and solidarity are truly intrinsic to the educational sector. Our students and institutions have been able to count on the FEDE’s ‘federating’ spirit during this time. Thanks to our shared efforts as a federationlearning and testing have gone ahead in spite of the very difficult circumstances 

The FEDEMAG 6 has been put together during the lockdown and in spite of numerous obstacles. I would like to pay tribute to the FEDE team for its hard work and unfailing commitment during this period

The pandemic has not weakened us; on the contrary it has made us stronger, more efficient and more determined than ever to pursue educational innovation, institutional relations and the growth of our network.  

FEDEMag 5
Winter 2020

We hope that in this very special period linked to the Covid-19 crisis, you, your teams and your students are healthy.   

In this new edition of FEDEMAG, you will find a focus from the teaching department on the role and challenges of the human resources professions, the ongoing and intense news of our institutional activities or the “private life” of the FEDE with, for example, interviews of the members of our network.   

FEDEMag 4
Autumn 2019

This fourth edition of the FEDEMAG turns the spotlights on the FEDE’s institutional activities.

Our Federation’s work with international organisations helps consolidate our reputation as an innovative educational expert. Institutional networking brings on board ever more advocates for the FEDE and opens up new and exciting opportunitiesenhancing our work in every sphere and ultimately benefitting all of our member institutions. 

Examples are our partnership with the GRECO and our offi cial position statement on student povertypublished a year ago nowwhich sounded the alarm on this increasingly pressing issue. 

 Bursting with information, this fourth issue of the FEDEMAG closes the magazine’s fi rst year of publication with aplomb. 

FEDEMag 3
Summer 2019

 ‘Education’ and ‘communication’ are the two watchwords of our second FEDEMAG!  

‘Education’ is our shared motivation and passion. The official recognition of the FEDE’s degrees and professional certificates is one of my key priorities, and I would like to share with you my heartfelt pleasure at the latest six official validations we have securedAmong the newly recognised qualifications is the European Bachelor’s in Marketing (formerly DEESMA) – a degree whose official recognition we had sought for some time and are delighted to have obtained (page2). Developing curricula to meet the needs of our institutions, developing our course catalogue and identifying the needs of the ever-evolving job market – all of this constitutes, in my view, one of the FEDE’s chief missions. On page 5 you can see for yourselves how our course catalogue has blossomed into an offering of 140 degrees in 12 elite subject areas. 

As for ‘communication’, much has been done to attract new students and to help your institutions grow and flourish: updates to our website’s ‘member’s area’ – our online communications platform (page 11), newly designed degree and professional qualification certificates (page 6), and the development of our new ‘degree information sheets’, specially designed for our institutions, with a space reserved for your logos (page 11). Happy reading! And with this issue I conclude my four-year mandate as your elected FEDE Chairwoman. On the 27, 28 and 29 March, our network will be meeting for its General Assembly in Malaga. During the GA we will elect new leaders who, in close and positive collaboration with our talented General Delegate Maxime Gioanniniwill be responsible for the ongoing development of our Federation. 

FEDEMag 2
Winter 2018

 ‘Education’ and ‘communication’ are the two watchwords of our second FEDEMAG!  

‘Education’ is our shared motivation and passion. The official recognition of the FEDE’s degrees and professional certificates is one of my key priorities, and I would like to share with you my heartfelt pleasure at the latest six official validations we have securedAmong the newly recognised qualifications is the European Bachelor’s in Marketing (formerly DEESMA) – a degree whose official recognition we had sought for some time and are delighted to have obtained (page2). Developing curricula to meet the needs of our institutions, developing our course catalogue and identifying the needs of the ever-evolving job market – all of this constitutes, in my view, one of the FEDE’s chief missions. On page 5 you can see for yourselves how our course catalogue has blossomed into an offering of 140 degrees in 12 elite subject areas. 

As for ‘communication’, much has been done to attract new students and to help your institutions grow and flourish: updates to our website’s ‘member’s area’ – our online communications platform (page 11), newly designed degree and professional qualification certificates (page 6), and the development of our new ‘degree information sheets’, specially designed for our institutions, with a space reserved for your logos (page 11). Happy reading! And with this issue I conclude my four-year mandate as your elected FEDE Chairwoman. On the 27, 28 and 29 March, our network will be meeting for its General Assembly in Malaga. During the GA we will elect new leaders who, in close and positive collaboration with our talented General Delegate Maxime Gioanniniwill be responsible for the ongoing development of our Federation. 

FEDEMag 1

The start of the academic year is a time of resolutions: an opportunity to start afresh following the summer break.

In this spirit, we are pleased to announce the return – and makeover – of the FEDE newsletter.  

Our first issue presents the FEDE’s progress and achievements over the past few months.

We update you on changes to our programmes and other teaching toolsfill you in on new opportunities for our institutions and tell you more about the FEDE’s increasingly important role in Europe and beyond.