The European Higher Education Area in 2024: Bologna Process Implementation Report

The Bologna Process Implementation report provides an overview of the latest policy commitments in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and assesses their implementation across the countries.

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This new edition is structured in six chapters. The first one provides background data about the European higher education sector wherein the policy commitments have been implemented. The second chapter details the three key commitments of the EHEA countries concerning the degree structures, the recognition of qualifications, and quality assurance. The third chapter deals with the fundamental values agreed by the EHEA: academic freedom, academic integrity, institutional autonomy, student and staff participation, and public responsibility for and of higher education. The fourth chapter is about the social dimension policy’s implementation. The fifth chapter focuses on learning and teaching objectives established in the 2020 Rome Communiqué. The sixth chapter centers around mobility and internationalisation. The last section shifts the focus to higher education institutions aiding the Ukrainian academic community following the war of aggression launched by Russia, as many higher education institutions made significant efforts to support students and staff exiled following the Russian aggression.

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