European Higher Education Area – Bologna Process
The main objective of the Bologna Process that started in 1999 with the Bologna Declaration and today includes 47 European and non-European countries, was the creation of a comparable, coherent and cohesive system of higher education in Europe – the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
During regularly held meetings, the ministers of the countries participating in the Bologna Process identified major areas of activity:
Since 2010, the most important decisions taken by the ministers during their meeting and announced in communiques regarded consolidation of the European Higher Education Area:
Most of the objectives set in the process of consolidation of the European Higher Education Area have been possible to complete owing to the introduction of uniformly high quality of education, the European Qualifications Framework and National Qualifications Framework (NQF) into the education systems of the signatory countries.
You can find more information about the Bologna process and the European Higher Education Area, including the communiques announced in the wake of the meetings of ministers of higher education of the signatory countries at: