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Universities can lead debate on the European Education Area

  

EU’s emerging vision for higher education is welcome, and should spark discussion, says Jan Palmowski

The Bologna process has brought far-reaching structural reforms to Europe’s universities, but its original aim to develop ‘European dimensions’ in higher education, including curriculum development, is still unrealised.

Research and education commissioner Mariya Gabriel has proposed addressing this gap by establishing a European Education Area by 2025—for members of the EU and Erasmus+, if not all countries in the European Higher Education Area.

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