Members will also discuss various topics (Recognition, Social dimension, Life-long Learning, Mobility, Qualifications framework, Quality Assurance, Learning outcomes, Student-centred learning, Employability). More...
Luxembourg (EU-Presidency) and Lichteinstein (chair from non-EU country) will transmit their role to the Netherlands (EU-Presidency) and the Republic of Moldova (chair from non-EU country) for the period from 1st January to 30 June 2016. More...
- Identifying a limited number of measurable commitments that form the foundation of the EHEA;
- and plan for our work in the period until the next ministerial meeting in Paris 2018. More...
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The first BFUG Secretariat was provided by Norway.
- Learder : Per Nyborg
- Senior Adviser: Sverre Rustad
- Junion Adviser: Bjorn R. Stensby
Bergen to London - 1 July 2005 to 30 June 2007
The United-Kingdom provided a Secretariat to the Bologna Follow Up Group and its Board for the two year period up to 30 June 2007. Their aim during this time was to provide information and news about the work programme and developments in the Bologna Process leading up to the Bologna 5th Ministerial Conference in London on 17-18 May 2007.
- Yvonne Clarke
- Louis Ripley
- Ann McVie
London to Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve and Budapest/Vienna - 1 July 2007 to 30 June 2010
From 1 July 2007 until 30 June 2010, the Bologna Process was supported by a Secretariat, which was jointly operated by the higher education ministries of the French and Flemish Communities of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg - for the last year with support from Austria and Hungary - in preparation of the 2009 and 2010 ministerial conferences. The office of the multinational Secretariat was located in Brussels.
- Head of Secretariat: Marlies Leegwater - the Netherlands
- General Coordination: Cornelia Racké - Luxembourg
- Public relations: Françoise Bourdon - French Community of Belgium
- Sara Demény - Hungary
- Sabine Neyer - Austria
- Magalie Soenen - Flemish Community of Belgium
Budapest/Vienna to Bucharest - 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2012
Starting from July 1st, 2010, Romania has taken over the responsibility of hosting the Bologna Secretariat. With this occasion, the official website of the European Higher Education Area, http://www.ehea.info, was launched.
Bucharest to Yerevan - 1 July 2012 to 30 June 2015
Starting from July 1st, 2012, Armenia has taken over the responsibility of hosting the Bologna Secretariat.
Yerevan to Paris -1 July 2015 to 30 June 2018
Starting from July 1st, 2015, France has taken over the responsibility of hosting the Bologna Secretariat.