The Bologna Process and Academic Values

By Ivan Leban, Professor at the University of Ljubljana1 Higher education in Slovenia A Slovenian chemist by profession, I have taught chemistry and crystallography at the University of Ljubljana for 36 years. Influenced by my own international experience as a Ph.D. student in the United…

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From Reykjavik to Vladivostok: Student Advising Trends from Education USA

By the end of February, EducationUSA will publish over 40 country profiles with student advising trends from Europe and Eurasia. The EducationUSA Trends Report seeks to empower US institutions by uncovering the stories and insights of advisers in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA-46). From…

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International Student Mobility: Patterns and Trends

By Line Verbik, Research Manager, Hobsons and Veronica Lasanowski, Research Officer, The Observatory on Borderless Higher Education Over the past 10-15 years international student mobility has become an increasingly important part of the global higher education landscape. The total number of mobile tertiary education students…

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Developments in Central Asian Higher Education

By Sharon Powell WES Coordinator of Resources Development The collapse of the Soviet Union had a profound impact on the education systems of Central Asia. Drastic cuts in funding; the cessation of directives and guidance from Moscow; the repatriation of Russian administrators back to Russia;…

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European Curriculum Reform

By Nick Clark Editor, World Education News & Reviews The Bologna reform movement is almost 8 years old, and by now most people familiar with the process are well aware that the new structure of European degrees is based on a model of three- to…

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