|This is a seminar aimed at presenting a comprehensive view of what the Bologna Process means for universities within the European Union and sharing experience with Filipino partners to foster greater collaboration among institutions.|
The implementation of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) was an attempt to harmonize criteria regarding graduate and postgraduate studies, research and teaching, on the basis of common key values, such as academic freedom, institutional autonomy and the participation of students and staff in higher education governance. A lot has been achieved in this long and complex process, and surely, there is still room for improvement in many problematic areas, mainly referred to the development of a system of comparable degrees and comparable criteria for curricular design and assessment.
These issues will guide the debates and discussions to take place in this seminar.
|From 1 to 8 March 2021|
|Online (UMA, UP and AdMU)|
Law and policy makers
Faculty and students of CALESA partner institutions
Other interested faculty and students of law
|Download the programme of the seminar|
|Registration information (Registration closed)|
|Fees: information to be posted soon (no fees)|
Presentation 1 – Bologna Process: the European Higher Education Area