Place and Date

The third Transnational Meeting was held in 20 - 21 October 2016 in Budapest, Eötvös Loránd University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hungary.

The meeting lasted one and a half day in 20-21 October 2016. 


Prof. Zoltan VOKO, Prof. Zoltan KALO, Sen. Lect. Balázs NAGY, Assoc. Prof. Zsofia KOLLANYI and András HARSÁNYI MsC from home university ELTE (Hungary); Prof. Bulent GUMUSEL, Assoc.Prof. Melike Hacer OZKAN and Nazli Sencan Hacettepe University (Turkey); Prof. Abdulkadir KESKINASLAN, University of Washington; Prof. George CHRISTOFF and Prof. Guenka PETROVA from Medical University of Sofia (Bulgaria), Prof. Alan HAYCOX and Prof. Ruardiah HILL from the University of Liverpool (UK); Prof. Tomasz HERMANOWSKI, Justyna FILIP and Marius JEDRZEJEWSKIJ from the Medical University of Warsaw (Poland); and Prof. John YFANOPOULOS from the University of Athen.


The meeting aimed to further develop the Joint Curriculum by finalizing the structure of the Curriculum, based on information gained through the needs assessment study, and the innovative teaching methods study.


During the meeting the development of the Joint Curriculum progressed to a great extent. The partners agreed upon the basic macro and microstructure of the program. Macrostructure means the three main blocks of the program (Basic – Core – Advanced Courses), while Microstructure means the actual course list belonging to each main block. We also started to design specialized tracks and possible student pathways along the program. For all this, the Consortium got provided with the information regarding the needs assessment (analysis performed by the Polish partner), by the practice of other similar programs (analysis performed by the Bulgarian partner), and by the possibilities of innovative teaching methods we could use during the program (analysis provided by the Bulgarian partner).

Social Event

On October 20th, evening dinner was organized at a local restaurant. Partners came together and had the opportunity to get to know each other.

Photographs from the Meeting