Focus on the structure of higher education in Europe 2003/04
National trends in the Bologna process
In this publication, the structure of higher education in Europe is illustrated in a succession of detailed diagrams. For each country in turn, they represent the courses and qualifications most commonly offered by universities or other higher education institutions. The names of institutions and intermediate and final qualifications are indicated in their language of origin. The main fields of study, the national, regional or institutional selection procedures adopted at the point of entry and the length of courses are also shown. Furthermore, by using the ISCED 1997 system of classification... (ISCED levels 5A, 5B and 6), the diagrams illustrate clearly whether or not there is a structure based on two main cycles as encouraged in the Bologna Process.
- Corporate author(s): Directorate-General for Education, Youth, Sport and Culture (European Commission) , Eurydice (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency)
- Personal author(s): Oberheidt, Stéphanie; Kosinska, Renata Themes: Teaching, Education policy
- Subject: education policy, higher education, length of studies, organisation of teaching, university