The Bologna Accord: A Model of Cooperation and Coordination

Ross Sanders, J. Dunn

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Abstract

This article explores the process of transformation of higher education in Europe in response to the 1999 Bologna Accord. The 'action lines' of the Bologna Process are described with particular attention to their inflence on higher education in other countries, including the United States. The changes in Europe and the 'external dimension' strategies associated with the Bologna Process present both opportunities and threats to existing higher education infrastructure globally thereby stimulating reassessment of educational systems to maintain competitivess in the international education market. The specific influence of the Bologna Accord on teaching practive of Physical Education and Kinesiology in Europe is also presented.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)92-105
Number of pages14
JournalQuest
Volume62
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Feb 2010

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