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The History Behind the Salzburg Principles – an interview with Melita Kovacevic

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Melita Kovacevic
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Lucas Zinner

This episode reflects on the history behind the Salzburg Principles. When in 2005 Rectors and Vice Rectors from all over Europe met up to discuss doctoral education important foundations for the next years were laid. This meeting brought about change in all of Europe. Melita Kovacevic was part of this game-changing event and shares her memories and insights with us.

About the speaker: Melita Kovacevic is Professor at the University of Zagreb, former Vice-Rector for Research and former Chair of EUA CDE.

Link to the meeting and publication: https://www.eua.eu/resources/publications/626:salzburg-2005-%E2%80%93-conclusions-and-recommendations.html

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