Diversity and comparability—towards a common European Higher Education Area

Vogel, Martin
January 2007
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Jan2007, Vol. 387 Issue 1, p131
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the impact of diverse European culture on the Europe's higher education area. The author refers to the Bologna Declaration to establish a common European higher education area by 2010 and various positive outcomes of the declaration on the overall higher education system of Europe including introduction of bachelor and master degree system. The author also discusses the common chemistry curriculum in Europe and stresses more governmental support for the success.


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