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Thursday, 17.08.2017
BOLOGNA PROCESS

Rapid process of change and pressure of international competition have given rise to a necessity for restructuring higher education system in a globalised world. Bologna Process is a cooperation process in the field of higher education which was initiated with Sorbonne Declaration adopted by the Ministers of Education of France, Germany, Italy and Great Britain to develop common solutions for similar problems.

Please click here to reach official web-site of Bologna Process!

 Bologna Process turned into a formal process with the Bologna Declaration signed by 29 ministers responsible from higher education in their countries in 1999. The fields of cooperation have been enhanced with Prag (2001),  Berlin (2003), Bergen (2005), London (2007), Leuven (2009) and Budapest/Wien (2010) Declarations afterwards.  Ministers responsible from higher education gathers biannually to evaluate the progress taken and to identify new goals.

Main fields of cooperation under Bologna Process are as follow:

  • A comparable and clear-cut academic degree system,
  • Quality assurance,
  • Recognication of diplomas and education terms,
  • Lifelong learning,
  • Common degrees,
  • Mobility,
  • Social dimension: Non-discrimination in access to education and in education,
  • Employability,
  • Student-oriented learning,
  • Research and Innovation.

The number of member countries of Bologna Process has rised to 47. Countries participating are listed in the table below:

 albania_02.pngAlbania

german_02.pngGermany

norway_02.pngNorway

andorra_02.pngAndorra

greece_02.pngGreece

poland_02.pngPoland

armania_02.pngArmenia

vatikan_02.pngVatican

portugal_02.pngPortugal

australia_02.pngAustria

hungary_02.pngHungary

romania_02.pngRomania

azerbaycan_02.pngAzerbaijan

iceland_02.pngİceland

russia_02.pngRussian Federation

belgium_02.pngBelgium

irlandaa_02.pngIrland

serbia_02.pngSerbia

bosna_02.pngBosnia Herzegovina

taly_02.pngItaly

slovakya_02.pngSlovakia

bulgary_02.pngBulgary

kazak_02.pngKazakhstan

solovenya_02.pngSlovenia

h_rvat_02.pngCrotia

letonya_02.pngLatvia

spain_02.pngSpain

k_br_srum_03.pngSouthern Cyprus

linke_tayn_02.pngLiechtenstein

sweeden_02.pngSweden

cek_02.pngCzech Republic

litvanya_03.pngLithuania

isvi_re_02.pngSwitzerland

Denmark

luxenbourg_02.pngLuxemburg

makedeonya_02.pngMacedonia

estonya_02.pngEstonia

malta_02.pngMalta

turkey_02.pngTurkey

finland_02.pngFinland

moldova_02.pngMoldova

ukrayna_02.pngUkrain

france_02.pngFrance

monoka_02.pngMontenegro

uk_02.pngUnited Kingdom

georgia_02.pngGeorgia

nederland_02.pngNetherlands

 

 

In addition to the countries participating to the Bologna Porcess, European Commission, European Universities Associations, European Students Union (ESU), United Nations Education,  Bologna Sürecine katılan ülkelere ek olarak, Avrupa Komisyonu, Avrupa Konseyi, Avrupa Üniversiteler Birliği, Avrupa Öğrenciler Birliği (ESU), United Nations European Centre for Higher Education (UNESCO-CEPES), European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) are the international organizations making contributions to Bologna Process.

In paralel to the need for restructuring of Turkish education system, Turkey participated to Bologna Process in 2001. Students’, academicians’ and all stakeholders’ access to reliable information regarding Bologna Process and performing the necessity of their duties have an utmost importance for the increase of quality and international competion power of igher education in Turkey. Council of Higher Education (YÖK) is the primary institution responsible from the implementation of Bologna Process in Turkey. Turkey has been performing quite well within Bologna Process.

 Please click here to access Bologna Process web-page of YÖK!