Towards a European higher education market
Via Nova Academy, The Netherlands
With the aim of building the European Higher Education Area, the Bologna Declaration indicates three main goals: □ International competitiveness, □ Mobility and □ Employability Mobility of students and academic- and administrative staff is the basis for establishing the European Higher Education Area. Using methods of open and distance learning and creating synergies between national and regional institutions and industry to promote cross-border business education might strengthen the international competitiveness, mobility and employability of HE graduates and European Industry. This is not just a technological process, but also an ongoing political process involving the European HEIs, industrial partners, national governments and the European authorities (Council, Commission, Parliament) and the main theme of this SPACE conference and workshop: "Bridging the Gap between business and business schools - Being Mobile"
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|Reference:||Thijssen, T.J.P. (2006). "Towards a European higher education market," University of Amsterdam, Netherlands . Sprouts: Working Papers on Information Systems, 6(13). http://sprouts.aisnet.org/6-13|
|Keywords:||European Higher Education, physical mobility, virtual mobility, turbulence, globalization, business, business schools, learning-by-sharing, breaking boundaries|
|Item Type:||Article - Volume 6 Article 13 (2006)|
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