Results of some other seminars/conferences
|Graz Convention of Higher Education||Graz||29-31 May, 2003|
|Globalization and Higher Education: Implications for North - South Dialogue (UNESCO conference)||Oslo||26-27 May, 2003|
|The External Dimension of the Bologna Process||Bucharest||6-8 March, 2003|
|1st UNESCO Global Forum on International Quality Assurance, Accreditation and the Recognition of Qualifications in Higher Education||Paris||18-19 Oct, 2002|
|Joint Masters' Project launch conference||Brussels||20 Sep, 2002|
|UNESCO Expert meeting on the Impact of Globalization on Higher Education||Paris||10-11 Sep, 2001|
|Salamanca Convention of Higher Education||Salamanca||29-30 Mar, 2001|
"Official" and "other" conferences and seminars
Official Bologna process seminars and conferences
"Official" Bologna process seminars and conferences are those included in the Bologna follow-up work plan for the current two-year period. Such work pan is elaborated after each Bologna process ministerial conference and approved by the intergovernmental Bologna follow-up group. The work plan aims to address the main Bologna declaration action lines plus the priority issues defined by the ministers for the current two-year period.
Other seminars and conferences
relevant to Bologna process
Besides the "official" Bologna process seminars/conferences, various stakeholders involved in creation of the European Higher Education Area such as higher education institutions and their organizations (EUA and EURASHE), student organizations (ESIB), international organizations (Council of Europe, European Union, UNESCO), employers and their organizations, trade unions, etc., organize a number of other seminars and conferences to discuss particular issues of the implementation.
The reports presented by the intergovernmental Bologna follow-up group to the bi-annual ministerial meetings on Bologna process, are based mainly upon the results of the official Bologna process seminars, however, it also takes into account the results of the other relevant events as far as possible.