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 Paris 2018

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Feb 2018
19 February 2018
AG International cooperation 2015-2018
London, United Kingdom

Ninth meeting of the Advisory Group on EHEA International cooperation.

27 to 28 February 2018
EURASHE EQUIP Breakfast event and webinar
Brussels, Belgium

EURASHE together with other project partners invite to the final event of ‘Enhancing quality through innovative policy & practice (EQUIP)’ project on the 27th of February, 2018.

Mar 2018
1 to 2 March 2018
ENQA - ImpEA Project Seminar
Brussels, Belgium

European Association for Quality Assurance in higher education (ENQA) ImpEA Project Seminar on Implementation of the european approach for QA of Joint Programmes will take place in Brussels on 1-2...

6 to 7 March 2018
Final conference of EUROSTUDENT VI
Berlin, Germany

The final conference will mark the release of the EUROSTUDENT VI final report. Project partners from ministries, national research teams, as well as external stakeholders will get together in...

15 March 2018
BFUG Board 59
Belgrade, Serbia

Fifty-ninth meeting of the Bologna Follow-Up Group Board in Belgrade, March 2018.

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