Dutch minister talks of common standards

July 9, 1999

* Europe needs a common higher education quality framework to compete internationally, Dutch education minister Loek Hermans said at the fourth University of Westminster International Education Lecture last week.

The UK and Germany, for example, could start setting up joint accreditation of degrees, with other countries joining later.

His comments build on the Bologna agreement, signed by 29 countries last month.

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