Bologna supplement

April 1, 2005


Bologna: a dream to reality
Published in The Times Higher
on April 1 2005



2010: a shared space odyssey  
As her country prepares to host the key ministerial meeting in May, Kristin Clemet, Norway's Education Minister, talks about her vision

Nothing to fear but fear itself  
Bologna's harmonisations will benefit Britain as much as they help Europe as a whole

Piecing together the Euro jigsaw  
How Bologna had evolved (map in PDF format: 620KB)

Major milestone on our road to reform  
The Glasgow convention offers a vital opportunity to assess progress and to plan for the future

Universidad de Alcalá de Henares  
The challenge of learner-centred teaching has meant adios to traditional learning

Strathclyde University  
Scotland is seen as a European leader in terms of its commitment to the Bologna process

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