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cover The Bologna Process: Its impact in Europe and beyond

By David Crosier and Teodora Parveva

Fundamentals of Educational Planning series, number 97

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Livre, 94 pages, figures, references

Format: 21 × 13.5 cm (paperback)

2013, 978-92-803-1368-0

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The books in this series are written primarily for two types of clientele: those engaged in educational planning and administration, in developing as well as developed countries; and those, such as senior government officials and policy-makers, seeking a more general understanding of educational planning and how it relates to national development. They are intended to be of use either for private study or in formal training programmes.

The Bologna Process: Its impact in Europe and beyond
This book outlines the development of the Bologna Process, reviewing how it came into existence and the milestones reached over the past decade. It provides a critical examination of the state of implementation of its main policy action lines – such as comparable degree structures and quality assurance systems – and assesses its impact in fostering greater student mobility, widening participation in higher education and developing lifelong learning.

The impact of the Bologna Process as a driver of reform is set against challenges in implementing agreed goals. And the authors point to the diversity of results across the 47 signatory countries, highlighting problems with the use of instruments at the institutional level.

The book also discusses how the Bologna Process has become a focus of attention for higher education policy-making around the world, presenting examples of the policy initiatives it has inspired. Finally, it considers the lessons to be learned from this European experience, and the challenges to be met in the future.

MOTS CLES · Cours par unités capitalisables · Enseignement supérieur · Europe · Gestion de l'éducation · Mobilité des étudiants · Politique éducative · Qualité de l'éducation · Réforme de l'éducation · Système d'enseignement

 
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