European Higher Education Area and Bologna process
The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is the result of the political will of 48 countries which, step by step during the last eighteen years, built an area using common tools. These 48 countries implement reforms on higher education on the basis of common key values – such as freedom of expression, autonomy for institutions, independent students unions, academic freedom, free movement of students and staff. Through this process, countries, institutions and stakeholders of the European area continuously adapt their higher education systems making them more compatible and strengthening their quality assurance mechanisms. For all these countries, the main goal is to increase staff and students' mobility and to facilitate employability.
This official website of EHEA provides both general information on this process and detailed information for experts.
EHEA tools facilitate fair recognition of foreign qualifications and study periods abroad: ECTS,...
EHEA tools facilitate fair recognition of foreign qualifications and study periods abroad: ECTS, diploma supplement, qualifications frameworks,...
The renewing EHEA vision has given rise to the work-plan for 2015-2018, adopted by the members at...
The renewing EHEA vision has given rise to the work-plan for 2015-2018, adopted by the members at the BFUG meeting in Luxembourg in September 2015.
The Yerevan Ministerial Communiqué and Fourth Bologna Policy Forum Statement were adopted...
The Yerevan Ministerial Communiqué and Fourth Bologna Policy Forum Statement were adopted at the ninth EHEA Ministerial Conference 2015.
Fifth meeting of the working group on Policy development for new EHEA goals.
The third meeting of the Drafting Committee will take place before the Board Meeting in Saint-Petersburg.
Fifty-fifth meeting of the Bologna Follow-Up Group Board in Saint Petersburg, 26 September 2017.
The European University Association (EUA) will organise 1st European Learning & Teaching Forum on 28-29 September 2017 in Paris, France.
The Academic Ethics Centre of the Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) organizes an international conference in Vilnius, Lithuania.