Governance

Three different bodies guarantee the appropriate functioning of The Federation for EDucation in Europe (FEDE).

 

This executive body is responsible for overall governance of the FEDE. Members are elected for four years.

Members elected at the General Assembly on Friday 24th, April 2015 – Lausanne

Members elected at the General Assembly on Friday 24th, April 2015 – Lausanne

CHAIRWOMAN
Claude VIVIER LE GOT – France

VICE – PRESIDENTS
Aurel ARDELEAN – Roumania
Alain BOSS – Switzerland
Salvador CINTADO PASTOR – Spain
Rinaldo ROSSO – Italy

GENERAL SECRETARY
Jean-Luc COLLET – France

TREASURER
Pascal COMTE – France

MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
Marie-José LÖWE – Germany
Stéphanie NUSS – France
Jérôme DE ROCQUIGNY – Monaco

The Committee is in charge of defining the strategy of the FEDE.

It is composed of representative members from participating countries. Members are elected for four years.

Members elected at the General Assembly on Friday 24th, April 2015 – Lausanne

Germany 
Marie-José LÖWE

Spain 
Salvador CINTADO PASTOR – Vice-President

France 
Claude VIVIER LE GOT – Chairwoman
Stéphanie NUSS
Thierry ANDRIEU
Jean-Luc COLLET – General Secretary
Pascal COMTE – Treasurer
Farhang GHASSEMI

Italy
Rinaldo ROSSO – Vice-President

Monaco
Jérôme DE ROCQUIGNY

Romania
Aurel ARDELEAN – Vice-President

Switzerland
Alain BOSS – Vice-President

The qualified personalities of the FEDE are educational specialists. They provide expertise and advice on the FEDE’s methods of governance and strategy.

Jean-Claude Abbondanza – Morocco FEDE Representative
Graduate from Sorbonne Paris III University, he holds a Master of international relations
Graduate from CEFAC, the International Business Institute (France)
Member of IMRI, the Moroccan Institute of International Relations
« Croix de Commandeur », awarded from the French National Order of Merit

Claude Audouard – Director – GFS , a higher education group offering training courses from two to five years in different areas: sales, management, trade, real estate, marketing.

Abdesslam Benahra – President – Moroccan Federation of Private Schools

Member of Moroccan superior council for education and training

Pierre Bouvier – President Founder – ESHOTEL, graduate school of management and tourism, education leader in the hospitality field.

Jocelyne Chelin – Director– Cité Formation, graduate school specialized in service sectors (Orléans, France).

Denis Dumont – Operations Director – Maestris Marseille: training courses in health, social, beauty care and cosmetics, applied arts, transport and logistic sectors.

Eric Dupressoire – President – IFC, work-linked training leader in eight major regional cities.

Catherine Othaburu – Director – Formasup Campus, group of seven schools in the areas of marketing, communication, tourism, human resources, fashion, health and preparatory classes.
President of Campus Chartrons, a federation of 30 schools and 8,200 students (Bordeaux, France)

Jean-Jacques Poulain – General Director – ESVE (graduate school of sales and export)

Patrick Roux – Director– Campus Vidal: leading private institution of Toulouse specialized in health studies
Graduate from IEP (French Institute of Political Sciences) and PhD in History and Public Law

President of FNEP, the National Federation of Private Education

Co-author of «Publique ou privée : quelle école pour nos enfants?» (Edition Le Muscadier)

The Committee

France
Claude VIVIER – LE GOT
Chairwoman

Informations

Claude Vivier – Le Got is the founder of EAC Group and President of the Institut Français du Luxe (French institute of luxury). EAC Group is an educational pioneer in the fields of arts, culture and luxury since its creation in 1985. It is recognized by the French Ministry of Culture.

Claude Vivier – Le Got was made Knight of the French National Order of Merit and Knight of the French National Order of Academic Palms.
She has published several books related to culture and art: « La culture, un métier, une passion » (Editions Scorff, 1995), « Profession Manager Culturel » (Editions EAC, 2010), « Les métiers du Management de l’art » (Editions Weka, 2013).

Claude Vivier – Le Got is Chairwoman of the Education & Culture Committee of the Conference of INGOs of the Council of Europe.

Romania
Aurel ARDELEAN
Vice-president

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Aurel Ardelean is the Founding Rector and President of « Vasile Goldis » University in Arad, Romania.

Former Romanian Senator (from 2004 to 2008), he is a full member of the Academy of Medical Sciences, the author of 100 publications, 300 scientific articles and is a Doctor in Biological Sciences.

Switzerland
Alain BOSS
Vice-president

Informations

Alain Boss is the former director of ATHENAEUM, a model school in the areas of architecture, design and interior design (Lausanne, Switzerland).

Today the school is a member of Lémania Group which includes 13 schools, 5,000 students and more than 110,000 graduates.

He is the President of AVDEP (an association of Swiss private schools).

Alain Boss is Vice-President of the FEDE.

Spain
Salvador
CINTADO PASTOR
Vice-president

Informations

Salvador Cintado Pastor is the Chief Executive Officer of CENEC School in Spain.

Founded in 1980, the Spanish school is a member of CENEC Group which is present in Spain, Morocco and Latin America. The School offers training courses in business management, finance, IT, foreign languages and marketing. It offers CISCO, MICROSOFT or ORACLE certifications such as BULATS and IELTS. The school has more than 5000 alumni.

Salvador Cintado Pastor is General Secretary of FACEP-ACEPMA (association of private schools in Málaga), member of the AJE (association of young entrepreneurs) and of the Commission of Tourism, Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Málaga.

Salvador Cintado Pastor is today Vice-President of the FEDE.

Italy
Rinaldo
ROSSO
Vice-president

Informations

Rinaldo Rosso creates teaching, training and e-learning tools.

He is an expert consultant in tourism for a tour operator.

He ran an Italian education institution, which is a member of the FEDE and the FIINSEI (Italian federation of education).

Rinaldo Rosso is the delegate of the FEDE at the Council of Europe and represents the FEDE at Novareckon (U.P.O.University) for the management of European projects.

Rinaldo Rosso is Vice-President of the FEDE.

France
Pascal COMTE
Treasure

Informations

Pascal Comte is a certified accountant, an external auditor and the director of the Institut Rousseau.

Established in Toulouse for 30 years now, the higher education institute offers qualifications in the areas of banking, notary services, real estate and insurance.
He is a full member of the Association of Chartered Accountants.

Pascal Compte is the treasurer of the FEDE.

France
Jean-Luc COLLET
General Secretary

Informations

Jean-Luc Collet is the Chief Financial Officer of ICOGES Group.

Present in Paris, Lyon and Angers, the group offers numerous training programmes (from two to five years) in a wide range of areas : business, communication, management, IT, executive secretariat, insurance, banking real estate, hospitality, tourism, finance, audiovisual, graphic design, and editing.

He is a Founding member of ADREP (French association for the development of relations between schools and professions).

Jean-Luc Collet is the General Secretary of the FEDE.

Germany
Marie-José LÖWE
MEMBER OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

Informations

Marie-José Löwe is in charge of the department of Roman languages at the Merz-Schule. (Stuttgart).

She is a member of the curatorium of Leinfelden Popular University.

Marie-José Löwe is a member of the FEDE Executive Council.

France
Stéphanie NUSS
MEMBER OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

Informations

Stéphanie Nuss is the Director of IMC – European Business School.

Established in three cities in eastern France; Metz, Nancy and Forbach; the school is valued for the quality of its training programmes in the areas of bank, business, marketing, human resources and web services.

Stéphanie Nuss is a member of the FEDE Executive Council.

Monaco
Jérôme DE ROCQUIGNY
MEMBER OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

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Jérôme De Rocquigny is the Director of UFIP University (interprofessional training) of Nice and of Institut d’Etudes Tertiaires (institute of tertiary studies) of Monaco.

He is Vice-President in charge of professional training of Cerf (French federation of businesses, professional organisations and associations). He also runs the Unsefp syndicate (French union of syndicates for education and professional training).

Jérôme De Rocquigny is a member of the FEDE Executive Council.

France
Thierry ANDRIEU
MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE

Informations

Thierry Andrieu is the Director of Continuous Training for the Group Sup de Co La Rochelle.

Sup de Co La Rochelle has been ranked in the top-100 of the best European business schools by the Financial Times. The Group co-owns campuses in New York, Helsinki and Beijing.

Thierry Andrieu is a member of the FEDE committee.

France
Farhang GHASSEMI
MEMBER OF THE COMMITTEE

Informations

Farhang Ghassemi is the Chief Executive Officer of Cogefi Group.

Established in Marne La Vallée and in Paris, the group offers initial higher education training (from two to five years) and several professional training programmes (on site or by e-learning).

Farhang Ghassemi is a graduate in industrial management, political sciences and business administration.

He is the cofounder of the Collège de l’Intelligence Économique de France (graduate school in business intelligence). He is a founding member of l’Alliance des Ecoles de France (alliance of French schools), Human Rights activist and writer.

Farhang Ghassemi is a member of the FEDE committee and the FEDE human rights representative.