Documentations

Communiqué and Declaration:

1. Sorbonne Declaration 1998
The European process has very recently moved some extremely important steps ahead. Relevant as they are, they should not make one forget that Europe is not only that of the Euro, of the banks and the economy: it must be a Europe of knowledge as well. We must strengthen and build upon the intellectual, cultural, social and technical dimensions of our continent. These have to a large extent been shaped by its universities, which continue to play a pivotal role for their development. 

Sorbonne Declaration (download)

2. Bologna Declaration – 1999
The European process, thanks to the extraordinary achievements of the last few years, has become an increasingly concrete and relevant reality for the Union and its citizens. Enlargement prospects together with deepening relations with other European countries, provide even wider dimensions to that reality.

Bologna Declaration (download)

3. Prague Communiqu - 2001
Two years after signing the Bologna Declaration and three years after the Sorbonne Declaration, European Ministers in charge of higher education, representing 32 signatories,
met in Prague in order to review the progress achieved and to set directions and priorities for the coming years of the process.Ministers reaffirmed their commitment to the objective of establishing the European Higher Education Area by 2010. The choice of Prague to hold this meeting is a symbol of their will to involve the whole of Europe in the process in the light of enlargement of the European Union.

Prague Communiqu (download)

4. Berlin Communiqu – 2003
On 19 June 1999, one year after the Sorbonne Declaration, Ministers responsible for higher education from 29 European countries signed the Bologna Declaration. They agreed on important joint objectives for the development of a coherent and cohesive European Higher Education Area by 2010.In the first follow-up conference held in Prague on 19 May 2001, they increased the number of the objectives and reaffirmed their commitment to establish the European Higher Education Area by 2010.

Berlin Communiqu (download)

5. Bergen Communiqu – 2005
We, Ministers responsible for higher education inthe participating countries of the Bologna Process, have met for a mid-term review and for setting goals and priorities towards 2010. At this conference, we have welcomed Armenia,Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine as new participating countries inthe Bologna Process. We all share the common understanding of the principles, objectives and commitments of the Process as expressed in the Bologna Declaration and in the subsequent communiqués from the Ministerial Conferences in Prague and Berlin.

Bergen Communiqu (download)

6. London Communiqu – 2007
We, the Ministers responsible for Higher Education in the countries participating in the Bologna Process, have met in London to review progress made since we convened in Bergen in 2005. Based on our agreed criteria for country membership, we welcome the Republic of Montenegro as a member of the Bologna Process.

London Communiqu (download)

7. Leuven Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqu - 2009
We, the Ministers responsible for higher education in the 46 countries of the Bologna Process convened in Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve,Belgium, on April 28 and 29, 2009 to take stock of the achievements of the Bologna Process and to establish the priorities for the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) for the next decade.

Leuven Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqu (download)

8. Budapest-Vienna Declaration 2010
We, the Ministers responsible for higher education in the countries participating in the Bologna Process, met in Budapest and Vienna on March 11 and 12, 2010 to launch the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), as envisaged in the Bologna Declaration of 1999.

Budapest-Vienna Declaration (download)

9. Bucharest Communiqu – 2012
We, the Ministers responsible for higher education in the 47 countries of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) have met in Bucharest, on 26 and 27 April 2012, to take stock of the achievements of the Bologna Process and agree on the future priorities of the EHEA.

Bucharest Communiqu (download)

10. Yerevan Communique – 2015
erevanskoe kommunitiWe,  the  Ministers,  meeting  in  Yerevan  on  14-15  May  2015,  are  proud  to  recognize  that  the vision  which  inspired  our  predecessors  in  Bologna  has  given  rise  to  the  European  Higher Education  Area  (EHEA),  where  47  countries  with  different  political,  cultural  and  academic traditions  cooperate  on  the  basis  of  open  dialogue,  shared  goals  and  common  commitments. Together we are engaged in a process of voluntary convergence and coordinated reform of our higher education systems. This is based on public responsibility for higher education, academic freedom,  institutional  autonomy,  and  commitment  to  integrity.  It  relies  on  strong  public funding,  and  is  implemented  through  a  common  degree  structure,  a  shared  understanding  of principles and processes for quality assurance and recognition, and a number of common tools.

Yerevan Communique (download)

Fourth Bologna Policy Forum Statement (download)

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