Eurostudent (2009). The Bologna Process in Higher Education in Europe : Key indicators on the social dimension and mobility. Bruxelles : Eurostat. En ligne : <http://epp.eurostat.ec. ... /EN/KS-78-09-653-EN.PDF>.
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|Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Eurostudent2009a
|Categories: Enseignement supĂ©rieur
Keywords: donnĂ©es statistiques, processus de Bologne, synthĂšse internationale
Publisher: Eurostat (Bruxelles)
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In 2009 we can look back on ten years of higher education reform in a continually increasing European higher education area. The number of signatories to the Bologna Agreement has now reached 46. This region of higher education reform consists of a highly diverse set of national higher education systems, all sharing a number of common goals.
At the last meeting of the Ministers responsible for higher education, the Ministers agreed to the following common intention concerning the so-called âsocial dimensionâ of the Bologna Process. (...)
This was indeed not a new objective for the Bologna Process and the intention had been formulated in previous CommuniquĂ©s. However, new was the agreement to require a specially commissioned statistical report. (...)
The two organisations which took on this commission in order to produce the report for the Ministerial conference were Eurostat, on behalf of the European Commission, and the Higher Education Information System (HIS) GmbH, on behalf of the Eurostudent network. (...)
The purpose of this report is to endeavour to provide reliable, comparable data on central aspects of the social dimension within the European higher education area. The complementarities between the co-publishers have enabled us to give insights into the European higher education area, in many cases for almost all 46 signatory states. Efforts have been made to cover the relevant topics using appropriate existing international data sources.
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