This journal aims to provide higher education leaders, faculty, politicians and students with a user-friendly tool to support their work translating the major reforms of the Bologna Process into meaningful institutional strategies and practices. All those who have to make decisions in higher education today and who want to inform their decisions through a sound knowledge of international policy and practice should also find the Journal contributions useful on a day-to-day and long-term basis.
Thus readers can expect to learn about:
The JEHEA editors would like to remind readers that the Journal welcomes proposals for contributions on issues relevant to understanding, implementing, and shaping the European Higher Education Area. All contributions will be peer-reviewed. Similarly, JEHEA welcomes feed-back from readers on content and issues of potential interest to them.