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As the Bologna Process looks towards its third decade, EUA has published a statement focusing on how to further the Process’s achievements and enhance its ability to respond to a changing higher education landscape. The document comes as the Bologna Process prepares to hold its 2018 Ministerial Conference on 24-25 May 2018 in Paris.

The statement outlines the Bologna Process’s many successes, including its role in enabling participating countries and pan-European organisations to establish shared goals and coordinate consolidated reform processes across European higher education systems and institutions. It also looks to the future, calling for a more systematic implementation of reforms.

The Bologna Process looks towards its third decade: Enhancing achievements and responding to a changing context


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