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.
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From March 25 to June 4, The National Alliance of Student Organizations in Romania (ANOSR) will hold 6 debates on topics of interest for the Romanian higher education system in 6 different cities (Timi?oara, Ia?i, Sibiu, Cluj-Napoca, Suceava, Alba Iulia), during the second edition of the Bologna in Universities project. These events are listed in the calendar of activities organized under the aegis of the National Debate for Education and Research - "Romania Educated".
On 17th December, the European Students' Union hosted a meeting of all co-chairs of the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) working group.
BRUSSELS - Today the European Students’ Union held a seminar in the European Parliament, hosted by MEPs: Krystyna Lybacka (S&D), Therese Comodini Cachia (EPP) and Ernest Maragall (MEP, Greens) who discussed together with ESU Representatives how students perceive the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area in their daily lives and how Europe can address future challenges.
BRUSSELS – The European Students’ Union released Bologna with Student Eyes 2015 in light of the Ministerial Conference and Fourth Bologna Process that took place in Yerevan, Armenia between 14 and 15 May 2015. The event concluded with an endorsement of the Yerevan Communique, an agreement which sets higher education priorities, including students’ rights, for the period up to 2018.
Bologna With Student Eyes presents a reality-check of what has been agreed upon by national governments within the Bologna Process and what the actual reality is for students.
This is a statement, adopted at BM68 in Yerevan, before the Ministerial Conference
This is a resolution adopted at BM67, on the subject of student visas and student mobility.
This is a board meeting motion adopted at the 65th Board Meeting of the European Students' Union on demonstrations taking place in Ukraine.
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.