10 years of the Bologna Process: A more or less great failure

EU“ … This process was once started to make academic learning all over Europe more comparable, more reliable, more transparent. For some it was meant as a way to reduce the time young people spend in universities before they enter the labour market. The main goal was to ease mobility across borders, during the studies and between the newly introduced cycles (Bachelor, Master, PhD). Altogether these goals that are worth supporting, and the process could have led to a better situation for student and academics in Europe. But the process, despite the superficial changes to a new structure, has been a failure …” (more)

[Julien Frisch, 26 April]


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