Trends IV report was the fourth in a series of biannual reports providing up-to-date information on higher education developments in Europe. The first findings of the project were discussed at the 3rd EUA Convention of European Higher Education Institutions in Glasgow, 31 March - 2 April 2005, while the final report was presented to European Ministers of Education at their Ministerial Conference in Bergen, 19-20 May 2005.
Trends IV: European Universities Implementing Bologna
By Sybille Reichert and Christian Tauch, 2005
Full report - English, French, Spanish, Catalán
Executive Summary - English, French, German, Spanish, Catalán
Linked to Trends IV project, co-author Sybille Reichert prepared a report for EUA, Research Strategy Development and Management at European Universities (2006), following the Trends IV findings that few institutions have developed institutional research strategies. The report focuses specifically on the internal and external issues which drive the development of research strategies in regards to issues such as promoting excellence, building partnerships with industry, recruiting top scientists and the scope and quality of research training.
Trends III report (2003), produced for the Graz Convention and Berlin Ministerial Conference, introduced into the Bologna debates the perspective of over 800 higher education institutions. This was achieved through gathering information from a questionnaire covering all aspects of the Bologna Process. The analysis of responses challenged many pre-conceived ideas about the progress of European higher education reform, and raised a number of questions and challenges of institutional relevance that merit further exploration.
Trends III: Progress towards the European Higher Education Area
By Sybille Reichert and Christian Tauch, 2003
Full report - English, French
Summary - English , French , German
Trends II: Towards the European Higher Education Area - survey of main reforms from Bologna to Prague
By Guy Haug and Christian Tauch, 2001
Full report - English
Trends I: Trends in Learning Structures in Higher Education
By Guy Haug and Jette Kirstein, 1999
Full report - English