Kozma, T., Rébay, M., Ohidy, A., Szolár, É. (Eds.)
2014, VI, 371 p. 6 illus.
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The Bologna Process opened a new chapter in the history of the European higher education. The idea of a common European Higher Education Area was developed in Western Europe and accelerated increasingly there in the second half of the 20th century, as a phenomenon of globalization. For the post-communist states in Eastern Europe the complete change of the political system made it possible to join the European Union and the Bologna Process. These changes had an impact not only on the educational policies but also on the educational system and the educational culture as well.This book shows the changes in the higher education of ten countries in Central and Eastern Europe. The country studies are supplemented with an international and a historical comparative analysis, to point out the special features of the implementation of the Bologna aims in the region.
-Central and Eastern Europe
-Researchers and students of educational and political sciences
-Practitioners in education policy
Prof. Dr. Tamás Kozma is emeritus professor at the University of Debrecen, Institute of Educational Studies (Hungary). Dr. Magdolna Rébay is senior lecturer at the University of Debrecen, Institute of Educational Studies (Hungary). Dr. Andrea Óhidy is researcher at the University of Magdeburg, Institute of Education (Germany). Éva Szolár is junior researcher at the Partium Christian University (Oradea, Romania).