BRUSSELS - A European Commission policy paper has encouraged European Union member states to work harder at helping disabled students to gain university places and good degrees, with data showing that their life chances improve considerably with higher education.
ESU's Bologna With Student Eyes Report 2012 provides an independent analysis of Bologna implementation, and a critical appraisal of the state of play ten years after the reform programme's launch
TEL AVIV - A conference was held in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv from 25 to 31 January, where participants from a number of students and members of the European Students’ Union (ESU) gathered to discuss youth leadership, as well as the work being done in preparation for the Ministerial Conference of the European Higher Education Area to be held in Yerevan in May this year.
YEREVAN - The Ministerial Conference of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) will take place in Yerevan, Armenia, on 14 and 15 May this year. Preparations for the conference are already well underway, as well as the corresponding Bologna Policy Forum held in parallel with international guests from the global higher education community.
BRUSSELS - Today, Thursday 26 February, the Committee on Culture and Education (CULT) of the European Parliament debates a draft report on Follow-Up on the Implementation of the Bologna Process, prepared by MEP Krystyna Lybacka. The report aims at shining light on the most important aspects of the Bologna Process and what members of the parliament believe are the most pressing steps forward towards the Ministerial Conference in Yerevan in 2015 and beyond.
The publication is part of the ESIB’s evaluation, follow-up and training project supported by the European Commission in the Framework of the Socrates Programme.
This is a resolution adopted at BM67, on the subject of student visas and student mobility.
The European Students’ Union, as an umbrella organisation of the National Unions of Students in Europe, would like to point out the fact that there is a need for an equal stakeholders’ participation in discussions on changes to the legislation, especially students and academia representatives.