A 1.2-1 Convergence and Diversity
|Name||A 1.2-1 Convergence and Diversity|
|Description||Author: Sir Roderick Floud
The article discusses the historical diversification of European higher education, and the rationale for introducing a certain amount of convergence between national systems, in order to encourage mutual understanding and trust. It argues that European higher education institutions will increasingly, as a result of the Bologna process, see themselves as part of a larger whole, while neither ceasing to compete nor to define their missions ever more precisely. While converging to create a European Higher Education Area, universities are likely to continue in their efforts to diversify.
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|Created On:||03/13/2009 13:46|
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