What is Bologna Process?
The Bologna Process is a reform plan aimed at the creation of the European Higher Education Area in 2010. With 47 member countries, the number of member states from 45/46 of the workplaces of many international organizations rose from 45 to 46, to 47, as it was with the rising ones. The process is not based on an agreement between governments / states. Bologna Process Convention is a legally binding undertaking of published organizations. With each passing day, combining and unifying the wills together with their liberty has the right to accept the goals of the Bologna Process.
Citizens of countries included in the European Higher Education Area for the Establishment of the Bologna Process are places where Europe travels along with higher education or work. Success has been achieved in preferred jobs in Europe, the workplace, and the world with other options.
Inventory in the European Higher Education Area is undesirable, member states' educational status being a uniform higher education system. The main aim of the European Higher Education Area is a balance of diversity and unity. The aim is to alleviate differences according to higher education standards. This is the planning of mobility and enforcement in order to facilitate and facilitate the transition from one country to another by moving from higher education system to another.