ESU - European Students' UnionThe 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.
According to the newly released Bologna With Student Eyes, after more than 15 years, the goals of the Bologna Declaration remain largely unfulfilled. The major challenge for the Bologna Process today from the student perspective is the uneven implementation of reforms and countries’ poor follow-up on previous commitments. Additionally, unrelated, and at times unpopular national reforms have been pushed using the Bologna-name. Cuts in funding have also stopped or delayed the implementation process necessary for transforming the learning process.

For more information : http://bwse2015.esu-online.org/IntroductionStatement to the Ministerial Conference, adopted at Board Meeting 68 in Yerevan, 11 May 2015 . For more information: http://www.esu-online.org/news/article/6065/Statement-on-the-Ministerial-Conference/ESU’s Policy Paper on the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area, adopted at the Board Meeting 66 in Vienna, in May 2014) as part of the ESU Policy Book. For more information: http://bologna-yerevan2015.ehea.info/files/ESU%20Policy%20Paper%20on%20Bologna%20Process.pdfYerevan Communiqué, adopted on the 15th May 2015, during EHEA Ministerial Summit and Fourth Bologna Policy Forum
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