Bologna process

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The so-called Bologna process means the reform process which was introduced by the European ministers of education with the aim of harmonising the European Higher Education Area. Currently, a total of 47 countries are involved in creating a competitive and dynamic higher education and research area.  The introduction of the Bologna model led to a transition to a multi-level academic structure composed of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral study programmes. This intends to yield more transparency and lead to an improved comparison of study programmes and degrees within Europe.  Every two years, a minister conference takes place for the purpose of promoting the Bologna process.  Government members define targets such as higher mobility and systems for quality assurance.

 

The University of Graz has adapted nearly all of its study programmes to the Bologna model.

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