Higher Education:6 March 2008
From the Bologna Process to Educational Governance in the EU?
This mechanism facilitates students in choosing courses across national borders and enables different qualifications to be recognised according to a single system. Experts and MEPs assessed the impact of the Bologna Process so far across the EU. Ján Figel', the European Commissioner for Education, Training, and Youth, also participated in the hearing.
The Bologna process has three priorities: the introduction of the three cycle system (bachelor/master/doctorate), quality assurance and recognition of qualifications and periods of study.
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|Video: Higher Education in Europe|
|Photos of the meeting|
Speakers' contributions (Microsoft PowerPoint)
Dr Ute Lanzendorf
Dr Eric Froment
Dr Vasile Işan
Dr Jo Ritzen
|EPP-ED policy site on Committee on Culture and Education|
|Committee on Culture and Education|
|European Commission Site on Education and Culture|
|Website of Doris Pack MEP|