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Trends 2015: Learning and Teaching in European Universities

For more than a decade, the European University Association (EUA) through its Trends reports has mapped the implementation of Bologna Reforms at European universities.

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29 June 2015

  • The Trends 2015, published last month in time for the Bologna Ministerial Conference in Yerevan, presents the universities’ perceptions of the changes that have taken place in European higher education in the past five years. There is a particular focus this time on learning and teaching as the responses received demonstrated clearly that more attention is being paid to learning and teaching by both academic staff and institutional leadership.

    Furthermore, Trends 2015 identifies a number of steps taken by universities in response to the changing context in which they operate, with particular reference to the consequences of the economic crisis and of demographic change. For instance, universities have adopted a stronger strategic focus on increasing and widening participation, and on enhancing the employability of graduates.

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