European Higher Education Area
The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) was launched along with the Bologna Process' decade anniversary, in March 2010, during the Budapest-Vienna Ministerial Conference.
As the main objective of the Bologna Process since its inception in 1999, the EHEA was meant to ensure more comparable, compatible and coherent systems of higher education in Europe. Between 1999–2010, all the efforts of the Bologna Process members were targeted to creating the European Higher Education Area, which became reality with the Budapest-Vienna Declaration of March 2010. In order to join the EHEA, a country must sign and ratify the European Cultural Convention treaty.
Denmark was the first country to introduce the 3+2+3 system at the universities outside GB and the USA. See Bologna Process.
Participating member states of the European Higher Education Area include:
Countries eligible to join:
Public international law standards
- Lisbon Recognition Convention (Lisbon, 4 July 1997)
- Article 2 of the first Protocol to the European Convention on Human Rights (Paris, 20 March 1952)
- Article 10 of the European Social Charter (revised, Strasbourg, 3 May 1996)
Colleges and universities in Europe
Lists of colleges and universities in Europe
- Directorate-General for Education and Culture
- Bologna process
- Diploma Supplement
- Erasmus programme
- European Credit Transfer System (ECTS)
- Category:Lists of universities and colleges
- European Research Area (ERA)
- Lisbon Recognition Convention
- "European Higher Education Area and Bologna Process". www.ehea.info.
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