The Bologna process in France. Origin, objectives and implementation
AbstractIn this paper, we will try to show why the evolution of the French higher education system has led to a deadlock and a deteriorating ranking on the world scene, how the new scheme has been effectively and rapidly adopted, but unfortunately, why this adoption has failed to achieve the initial objectives of transforming the French system into a more competitive one.
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Date of creation: 2005
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Publication status: Published, Comparative study of the implementation of the Declaration of Bologna in six European countries, Tor Vergata University Roma (Ed.), 2005
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Bologna Process ; Higher education;
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