The Declaration of Bologna and subsequent documents have drastically changed the European university panorama and the future role of universities as providers of continuous education for a lifelong learning. There will be a convergence not only in academic titles, but also in the way we see university education. The previous EEE symposium gave some clues on the approaches taken by different European countries: organization of EE studies, integration of graduates into the market, and interaction with professional bodies. Bologna's outcomes were sold in Spain as a change into an American (USA) model, which, as any other model, has advantages and drawbacks. This paper deals with an open reflection on the future of university studies in Europe.
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Research Article| April 01 2004
European higher education space: where do we go from here?
Water Sci Technol (2004) 49 (8): 139–143.
J. Iza, P. García Encina; European higher education space: where do we go from here?. Water Sci Technol 1 April 2004; 49 (8): 139–143. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2004.0508
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