Universal Journal of Educational Research Vol. 6(4), pp. 769 - 774
DOI: 10.13189/ujer.2018.060420
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The Bologna Process Could Be at Stake: Some Thoughts from Spain


Leoncio Vega Gil *, Juan Carlos Hernández Beltrán
Faculty of Education, University of Salamanca, Spain

ABSTRACT

The arrival of the Bolognia Process, that is, the last European bold adventure in order to build both a common and strong European Higher Education Area had to mean a new chance to reset our higher education structure. Bolognia meant a new opportunity to set up a wide array of reforms with the focus in raising the quality assurance. Bolognia process was supposed to be surgery rather than just make-up. In the case of Spain the approval and development of the Bolognia Process has been little impact in the much needed turn-around of the higher education arena.

KEYWORDS
Bologna Process, Spain, Higher Education

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Leoncio Vega Gil , Juan Carlos Hernández Beltrán . "The Bologna Process Could Be at Stake: Some Thoughts from Spain." Universal Journal of Educational Research 6.4 (2018) 769 - 774. doi: 10.13189/ujer.2018.060420.