The Bologna Process: Its Impact on Erasmus and Horizon 2020 Projects

It is an intergovernmental cooperation of several European countries to ensure comparability standards are maintained in areas relating to higher education qualifications. The Bologna process forms the basis for universities, public authorities, students, teachers and stakeholder associations, international organisations, quality assurance agencies and institutions to improve the internationalisation of higher education. It was named after the University of Bologna after the Bologna declaration of 1999 that was approved by education ministers from 29 European countries. This declaration guided the Bologna process. The Bologna declaration highlighted the European Higher Education Regions that students and graduates could move freely between the member Read more

Erasmus and Horizon 2020 after Brexit

Erasmus Project It is a European Commission’s Programme that deals with training, education, sport and youth. Erasmus+ was formed to replace Lifelong Learning Programme that operated between 2007 and 2014. This project aimed to offer more opportunities for mobility of staff and learners and improve cooperation across education, youth and training sectors. Unlike the previous programme, the Erasmum+ is more accessible and used more straightforward rules and structures when performing its administrative duties. The new Erasmus+ programme combines all EU’s previous schemes, including the Youth in Action, Lifelong Programme, and the 5 international co-operation projects (the Tempus, Edulink, Erasmus Mundus, Read more