Bologna Process Website
This website is operated by the Benelux Bologna Secretariat, which supports the Bologna Process in the run-up to the next Ministerial Conference, which will take place on 28-29 April 2009 at the universities of Leuven and Louvain-la-Neuve.
The UK provided a Secretariat to the Bologna Follow Up Group and its Board for the two year period up to 30 June 2007. Their aim during this time was to provide information and news about the work programme and developments in the Bologna Process leading up to the Bologna 5th Ministerial Conference in London on 17-18 May 2007
CERI-The Centre for Educ. Research and Innovation
The Centre for Educational Research and Innovation was established in June 1968, as a research and innovation oriented agency on education within the framework of the OECD
EIL (Eil Ireland)
EIL is a worldwide intercultural learning organisation founded in 1932. It is the oldest educational exchange organisation in the world, operating in over 30 countries and involving over 30,000 people each year on a variety of cultural integration programmes.
EUA, initially through its two predecessor organisations, has been closely involved in the Bologna Process since it was conceived, with the aim of ensuring the full involvement of the universities at each step in the Process.
European Network for Quality Assurance in HE
ENQA is a European Network to disseminate information, experiences, good practices and new developments in the field of quality assessment and quality assurance in higher education between interested parties: public authorities, higher education institutions
and quality assurance agencies.
HRK - Hochschulrektorenkonferenz
This pages includes among other things general information in terms of the Bologna process, “Bologna for universities”, “Bologna for students”, “Bologna for economy” and a lots of publications.
Seminar on Recognition and Credit Systems
Seminar on Recognition and Credit Systems in the Context of Lifelong Learning
UNESCO Platform for non-formal education