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Survey on the perception of the EHEA and the Bologna Process

Call 06.07.2023

What do you know and think about the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and the Bologna Process?

The IN-GLOBAL Consortium is conducting a survey to better understand how the many actors in the higher education communities perceive the EHEA and what it does, key issues, what is useful to discuss and how we can engage in closer dialogue.  The results will be used to support the Bologna Follow Up Group’s Coordination Group on Global Policy Dialogue and the Task Force on Enhancing Knowledge Sharing in the EHEA community.

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