BNU is implementing Bologna Process starting 2018/2019 academic year. This is a inline with MHE mainstream policy. BNU academic community members encouraged to follow our workshops and resources provided on this website as well as self-study to understand all aspect of the implementation.
The Bologna Process is an intergovernmental cooperation of 48 European countries in the field of higher education. It guides the collective effort of public authorities, universities, teachers, and students, together with stakeholder associations, employers, quality assurance agencies, international organisations, and institutions, including the European Commission, on how to improve the internationalisation of higher education.
The main focus is:
Why is it needed?
Widely differing education and training systems in Europe have traditionally made it hard for Europeans to use qualifications from one country to apply for a job or a course in another. Increased compatibility between education systems makes it easier for students and job seekers to move within Europe.
At the same time, the Bologna reforms help to make European universities and colleges more competitive and attractive to the rest of the world.
The Bologna Process also supports the modernisation of education and training systems to make sure these meet the needs of a changing labour market. This is important as the proportion of jobs requiring high skills grows, and the demand for innovation and entrepreneurship increases.