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Bologna09 En

Bologna09 En

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Published by Andrei Curăraru
The Bologna Declaration of June 1999 set out a vision of a European Higher Education Area by 2010,
in which students could choose from a wide range of
high quality courses and profit from smooth recognition procedures. A series of reforms was set in motion
to make European higher education more compatible
and comparable, more competitive and more attractive for Europe’s citizens and for students and scholars from other continents. A lot has been achieved,
but reforms in some areas still lag behind.
The Bologna Declaration of June 1999 set out a vision of a European Higher Education Area by 2010,
in which students could choose from a wide range of
high quality courses and profit from smooth recognition procedures. A series of reforms was set in motion
to make European higher education more compatible
and comparable, more competitive and more attractive for Europe’s citizens and for students and scholars from other continents. A lot has been achieved,
but reforms in some areas still lag behind.

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Published by: Andrei Curăraru on Sep 11, 2010
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More information on the European Union is available on the Internet (http://europa.eu).
Cataloguing data can be ound at the end o this publication.
Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2009
ISBN 978-92-79-09731-7
© European Communities, 2009Reproduction is authorised provided the source is acknowledged.
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The EU contribution to the Bologna Process

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