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Incompatible With Bologna? The Two-Cycle Degree Structure in Medical Education in the EHEA

The Bologna Process’s requirement for two-cycle degree structures is at odds with traditional medical education which favors one long-cycle pathway.


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Evaluating the Bologna Degree in the U.S. (March/April 2004)

By Mariam Assefa, Executive Director, WES and Robert Sedgwick, WENR Editor 1999-2005 The first Bologna bachelor’s degrees were awarded in 2003, which means that European students have already begun using the new qualifications to gain entry to graduate-level programs in


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WENR, September/October 2003: Denmark

VIEW UPCOMING WEBINARS ON POPULAR COUNTRY SYSTEMS OF EDUCATION LEGAL FRAMEWORK Due to the multifaceted nature of Bologna implementation in Denmark, a steering committee – the Bologna Follow-up Group – comprised of representatives of the invested ministries, agencies, institutions and


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