The Trends 2010 report – A decade of change in European Higher Education (the sixth in the series) was published in March in 2010, the year of the official launch of the European Higher Education Area. Based on the qualitative information and quantitative analysis of longitudinal data from higher education institutions across the 46 countries of the European Higher Education Area, it has the following objectives:
• To provide an overview of progress towards the European Higher Education area from 2007 to 2010
• To assess the achievements and impact of the Bologna process over the past decade from a university perspective
• To analyse the impact of globalisation and international trends on European higher education in the past
• To set an agenda of priority actions for the next decade building on the achievements of the last.
The findings and conclusions of the Trends 2010 report will make a direct contribution to the discussion on the achievements of the past decade of Bologna Process, of the challenges ahead and of the priorities to be set for the future.
The Trends 2010 full report is available here.
The Trends 2010 Executive Summary is available here.
The report was presented to Ministers, university leaders, student representatives and key stakeholders in Vienna on March 11, 2010.
Michael Gaebel, Head of Unit at EUA, or Andree Sursock, Senior Advisor.
The project is carried out with financial support from the European Commission. The opinions expressed are those of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.