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Author
Rybkowski Radosław (Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow, Polska)
Title
Europeanization of European Universities : between Two Currents of Changes
Europeizacja uczelni w Europie : pośród dwóch nurtów przemian
Source
Horyzonty Polityki, 2013, vol. 4, nr 8, s. 111-123, bibliogr. 26 poz.
Issue title
Europeaizacja Europy
Keyword
Polityka oświatowa, Szkolnictwo wyższe, Mobilność ludności, Program Socrates-Erasmus, Deklaracja bolońska, Deklaracja bolońska
Education policy, Higher education, Population mobility, Socrates-Erasmus programme, Bologna process, Bologna process
Note
streszcz., summ.
Abstract
Istnieją dwie główne przyczyny europeizacji w szkolnictwie wyższym: proces boloński oraz polityka i działania Unii Europejskiej. Proces boloński, rozpoczęty za sprawą dobrowolnego porozumienia ministrów, stworzył stabilny system kompatybilnej i komplementarnej edukacji, umożliwiający większą mobilność studentów i kadry naukowej. Unia Europejska, chociaż dysponuje większym zapleczem instytucjonalnym, skupiła się na finansowym wspieraniu rozwijającej się mobilności. Dzięki oddziaływaniu wspomnianych dwóch sił narodził się "wymiar europejski" w szkolnictwie wyższym, co przyczynia się do zwiększania jego atrakcyjności wśród studentów i profesorów z całego świata. (abstrakt oryginalny)

There are two driving forces of Europeanization within higher education: the Bologna Process and European Union policies and activities. The Bologna Process, started as the voluntary agreement of minsters, provided a stable framework for interchangeable and compatible education, thus promoting student and faculty mobility. The European Union, although enjoying institutional and political power, was rather interested in sponsoring mobility financially. Thanks to the interplay of these two forces, the 'European dimension' in higher education has emerged, thus making it more desirable around the world. (original abstract)
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