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EUA Bologna Handbook - Making Bologna work

The European University Association (EUA) and RAABE academic publishers have published the first Bologna Handbook – a practically-oriented and flexible tool designed to support higher education professionals, both academics and administrators, in introducing and implementing all aspects of the Bologna Process in their institutions.

Written by leading practitioners and experts in each relevant field, the Bologna Handbook is a “must” for all higher education actors involved in managing and implementing the Bologna process – within higher education institutions and systems, be it at institutional, faculty, department or administrative level, or at a political level.

The work is edited by Prof. Eric Froment (founding President of the EUA), Prof. Jürgen Kohler (Chair of the German Accreditation Council), Lewis Purser (Assistant Director at the Irish Universities Association), and Lesley Wilson (EUA Secretary General).

The Handbook consists of a series of specially commissioned articles on the full range of the Bologna action lines. It focuses on the actual implementation of specific elements of the Bologna process, and includes a comprehensive coverage of the basics, developments, and dimensions of the Bologna process, together with analyses and examples of good practice.

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