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European Higher Education Area

EHEA
Formation March 2010

The European Higher Education Area (EHEA) was launched along with the Bologna Process' decade anniversary, in March 2010, during the Budapest-Vienna Ministerial Conference.

As the main objective of the Bologna Process since its inception in 1999, the EHEA was meant to ensure more comparable, compatible and coherent systems of higher education in Europe. Between 1999 - 2010, all the efforts of the Bologna Process members were targeted to creating the European Higher Education Area, which became reality with the Budapest-Vienna Declaration of March 2010.

European Higher Education Area

Denmark was the first country to introduce the 3+2+3 system at the universities outside GB and USA. See Bologna Process.

Public international law standards

Documents

  • Main documents

Colleges and universities in Europe

List of colleges and universities in Europe

See also

External links

  • The Official European Higher Education Area website 2010-2020
  • The Bologna Declaration
  • European Cultural Convention (Paris, 19 December 1954)
  • EUNIS (European University Information Systems)
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