The Bologna Follow-up Group at its meeting in Mondorf on 1-2 March 2005 established the category of “BFUG partner” for organisations that wish to be associated with the Bologna Process/the BFUG but do not meet the more demanding criteria for consultative membership.
Further information is available on the How to apply for becoming a member page.
Founded in 1989, the EAIE is the European centre for expertise, networking and resources in the internationalisation of higher education.
EUROCADRES is the trade union voice of almost six million professionals and managers. It voices the interests of professionals and managers through social dialogue, advocacy and lobbying as well as through its networks, joint work with member organisations and cooperation with partners.
Eurodoc is the European Council of Doctoral Candidates and Junior Researchers. It is an international federation of 32 national organisations of PhD candidates, and more generally of young researchers from 32 countries of the European Union and the Council of Europe.
EuroScience is the non-profit grassroots association of researchers in Europe.
Open to European researchers across disciplines and countries, EuroScience undertakes to advance science and innovation in Europe, thereby promoting the interests of its thousands of members.
The Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen (AEC) is a European cultural and educational network with around 300 member institutions for professional music training in 57 countries.
Further technical experts, such as Eurostat, Eurostudent or Eurydice may be associated to the BFUG and invited to events upon specific request.
Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions.
The main aim of the EUROSTUDENT project is to collate comparable data on the social dimension of European higher education.
The Eurydice network supports and facilitates European cooperation in the field of lifelong learning by providing information on education systems and policies in 37 countries and by producing studies on issues common to European education systems.