Journal of the European Higher Education Area –
a new journal for a new era
This journal aims to provide higher education leaders, faculty, decision-makers 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. The Journal continues and further develops the efforts of the EUA Bologna Handbook to bridge higher education policy and practice while further developing and strengthening the focus on learning and teaching. It is published in print and online 4 times a year and will include 6-7 articles per edition, covering a wide range of issues relating to learning and teaching in higher education.
The main topics of the Journal include:
- overall trends and developments and new approaches to learning and teaching in higher education
- how the issues of access, lifelong learning, and student services are dealt with in different parts of Europe
- what university leaders think about governance, management and funding, and what are the best institutional structures to support innovative learning and teaching
- how quality assurance can enhance teaching and learning
- and what the internationalisation of teaching and learning means for the European Higher Education Area.
The complementary website aims to
inform you about the contents, authors and editors of the handbook. Moreover, it will provide you, as a subscriber, with free access to an electronic version of the all the articles published in the Journal and free access to the Bologna Archive, a complete archive of all articles published in the EUA Bologna Handbook.
are leading practitioners and experts from the respective fields. For a complete list and more information, please click on the “Authors” button.
A “must have”
for all those who contribute actively to the development of higher education and higher education institutions, from university leaders and administrators to faculty, who see institutional development as an opportunity for their own work, and from politicians and decision makers to students who will be responsible for making decisions in the future.
The work is jointly edited by
a diverse team of six experienced leaders in the field of higher education. To find out more about the editorial team click on the “Editors” button.
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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.