A 1.1-3 The Bologna process and student expectations
|Name||A 1.1-3 The Bologna process and student expectations|
|Description||Author: Manja Klemenčič
This article argues that seven years after the signature of the Bologna Declaration, the key ideas behind the establishment of the European Higher Education Area are still as compelling as in 1999. Despite progress on many fronts, the main objectives of the Bologna process – better quality, more mobility, greater attractiveness of European higher education and better employability of European students – are still in the process of being achieved. From the student perspective, the key ‘problem areas’ still lie in the area of quality assurance, including the modernisation of curricula, the need for learner-focused teaching and of systematic skills development. Another area of concern remains the continued under-financing of higher education, with the related questions of access and student welfare.
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|Created On:||03/13/2009 13:23|
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