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Study on "The extent and impact of higher education curricular reform across Europe"

European Commission - Higher Education in the Lisbon Strategy

By request of the Directorate-General for education and culture at the European Commission, a research team examined 32 European states to find out how the study courses in teacher training, law, medicine, engineering technology and history have changed in the framework of the Bologna and Lisbon processes. The research team consisted of the CHE (Germany) together with NIFU-STEP (Norway) and ESMU, the European Centre for Strategic Management of Universities (Belgium) and was lead-managed by CHEPS (the Netherlands).

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