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Aktuelle EU-Publikation: Focus on Higher Education in Europe 2010: The Impact of the Bologna Process


Land: EU

"(...) This 2010 edition of the Focus report has been prepared for the European Ministerial Conference in Budapest/Vienna, 11-12 March 2010, that officially launches the European Higher Education Area.

The report has been developed as a fully collaborative exercise between the Eurydice Network and the Bologna Follow-up Group (BFUG), with the aim of ensuring that information is as comprehensive, reliable and consistent as possible. We should like to express our warm gratitude to the Eurydice National Units and to all members of the Bologna Follow-Up Group for providing and checking information within an extremely tight timetable. We also wish to thank the members of the BFUG Secretariat for their considerable assistance throughout the process (see Acknowledgements).

The main aim of the report is to provide concise and clear information on key aspects of higher education systems in all 46 countries of the emerging European Higher Education Area at the end of the first Bologna decade. It focuses on the impact of Bologna process reforms, taking account of other significant contextual factors. Information was gathered and checked in all countries between the end of August 2009 and February 2010. The report is based mainly on official information of an administrative nature (such as legislation, regulations and recommendations). Consequently, it provides information on national systems and analysis of national policies, but cannot explore the impact on higher education institutions in any substantial depth. (...)"

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