National & Inter-European Challenges in Bologna Process Implementation
In 1999, the European Commission initiated officially the Bologna Process, as the education ministers from around 30 European countries signed this joint declaration in order to establish a European area of higher education by 2010. Thus, the aim of the process was to create a common intereuropean framework in order to make the various national higher education systems to converge towards a more transparent system in order to encourage the mobility of the students, academics and researchers.
Nevertheless, there have been many challenges in the countries that are involved in this process. Obviously there is a vast variety of the approaches towards the national implementation that are related to significant changes in the engineering education during the last years. These challenges are greater for the countries that joined the Bologna Process after 1999. During the symposium on education, these approaches will be discussed and ideas for an efficient implementation will be favored.
Besides exciting discussions on Bologna process you will spend an unforgettable time with creative people, take part in really wild ukrainian parties, see an unspoiled nature and visit beautiful Carpathian mountains... Lviv is an ancient city (750 years old) with long history and bright traditions...explore it by yourself!!!
Information for applicants
- Selection criteria:
All of the following are covered by the event fee:
- breakfasts - prepared by organizers lunches, dinners - in canteen
- Public transport (bases, trams)