Ministerial Declarations and Communiqués

Ministerial Conference Budapest-Vienna 2010

Ministerial conference Budapest, Hungary - Vienna, Austria 11/03/2010 - 12/03/2010
Budapest Vienna Ministerial Conference - members

On 12 March 2010, the Minsters of the now 47 countries participating in the Bologna Process adopted the Budapest-Vienna Declaration and officially launched the European Higher Education Area.

The Conference of the European Higher Education Area Ministers was followed by a meeting with Ministers from different parts of the world in the Second Bologna Policy Forum on "Building the Global Knowledge Society: Systemic and Institutional Change in Higher Education" that was concluded with the Vienna Bologna Policy Forum Statement.

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Bologna Ministerial Anniversary Conference 2010 in Budapest and Vienna

Background documents

The Bologna Process Independent Assessment:

Stakeholders reports and statements

EURYDICE Higher Education in Europe 2010
EURYDICE Higher Education in Europe 2010 - Highlights

EUA Trends Report VI

ESU - Bologna at the Finish Line

EI Enhancing Quality - 2010

ENQA Report to the Bologna Ministerial Anniversary Conference of March 2010

EURASHE 10 Commitments for the European Higher Education Area in 2020

EQAR annual report 2009

Education international - Statement to the Bologna Anniversary Ministerial Conference
Education international - Statement to the Bologna Anniversary Ministerial Conference - French version

Bologna 1999-2010 - Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives

Presentations and speeches

European Commission European Commission presentations at the 2010 Ministerial Conference

Researchers' ConsortiumResearchers Consortium presentations at 2010 Ministerial Conference

BUSINESSEUROPE BMAC Gerhard Riemer, BUSINESSEUROPE

Council of EruopeCouncil of Europe presentations at the 2010 Ministerial Conference

European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) BMAC Achim Hopbach, European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education

European Students' Union (ESU) ESU intervention Vienna-Budapest 2010

European University Association (EUA) European University Association presentations at 2010 Ministerial Conference

Eurydice Eurydice presentations at 2010 Ministerial Conference

UNESCO BMAC Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic, UNESCO

Official Opening

István Hiller, Minister of Education and Culture, Hungary
Màrius Rubiralta, Secretary General of Universities, Ministry of Education, Spain
Androulla Vassiliou, EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism & Youth BMAC European Commission Opening Speech

The European Higher Education Area: Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives

Degree and Curriculum Reform - Cooperation in Quality Assurance

Don F. Westerheijden, Researchers’ Consortium BMAC Don F. Westerheijden, Researchers' Consortium - 1
Gerhard Riemer, BUSINESSEUROPE BMAC Gerhard Riemer, BUSINESSEUROPE
Sjur Bergan, Council of Europe BMAC Sjur Bergan, Council of Europe - 1
Jens Vraa-Jensen, Education International
Achim Hopbach, European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education BMAC Achim Hopbach, European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education
Lars Nielsen, European Association of Institutions in Higher Education
Ligia Deca, European Students’ Union BMAC Ligia Deca, European Students' Union
Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association BMAC Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association
David Crosier, Eurydice BMAC David Crosier, Eurydice

Mobility and Recognition

Don F. Westerheijden, Researchers’ Consortium BMAC Don F. Westerheijden, Researchers' Consortium - 2
Sjur Bergan, Council of Europe BMAC Sjur Bergan, Council of Europe - 2
Jens Vraa-Jensen, Education International
Lars Nielsen, European Association of Institutions in Higher Education
Ligia Deca, European Students’ Union BMAC Ligia Deca, European Students' Union - 2
Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association BMAC Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association - 2
David Crosier, Eurydice BMAC David Crosier, Eurydice - 2
Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic, UNESCO BMAC Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic, UNESCO

Social Dimension

Don F. Westerheijden, Researchers’ Consortium BMAC Don F. Westerheijden, Researchers' Consortium - 3
Ligia Deca, European Students’ Union BMAC Ligia Deca, European Students' Union - 3
Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association BMAC Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association - 3
David Crosier, Eurydice BMAC David Crosier, Eurydice - 3

Essence and Impact

Lars Nielsen, European Association of Institutions in Higher Education
Ligia Deca, European Students’ Union BMAC Ligia Deca, European Students' Union - 4
Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association BMAC Jean-Marc Rapp, European University Association - 4

Adoption of the Budapest-Vienna Declaration

2010 Budapest-Vienna Declaration

Androulla Vassiliou, EU Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism & Youth BMAC European Commission Closing Speech
Màrius Rubiralta, Secretary General of Universities, Ministry of Education, Spain
Daniel Petru Funeriu, Minister of Education, Research, Youth and Sport, Romania
Beatrix Karl, Minister of Science and Research, Austria

Bologna Policy Forum

Second Bologna Policy Forum in Vienna, 12 March 2010.

Published: 11/03/2010 - Last modified: 26/10/2016
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Bologna 1999-2010

Bologna 1999-2010 - Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives - cover

1999-2010 The making of Bologna: Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives

Bologna 1999-2010 - Achievements, Challenges and Perspectives

Members

47 countries
signed the Budapest / Vienna Declaration

Bologna Process 2010 Ministerial Conference - Family Photograph© Photo: Benedikt von Loebell

Logo

Logo for 2010 Bologna Ministerial Anniversary Conference in Budapest and Vienna

The logo of the conference was designed by Zsuzsanna Palman, a fourth-year student at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, and selected from the works of Austrian and Hungarian students prepared for a competition by the Austrian-Hungarian joint Organization Committee.

Invitation by the Romanian Minister Funeriu to the 2012 Bologna Ministerial Conference in Bucharest