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Books on Bologna process
 

Diploma Supplement European model

(Principles and guidelines for implementation)

This book presents the principles and general recommendations on the implementation of the Diploma Supplement European model, which will be issued to students of the three cycles (Bachelor, Master, Doctor), beginning with the 2009-2010 school year. These principles and recommendations are reflected in the official documents of the Committee of the Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in Europe, the European Commission, the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education.
The publication will be useful to governmental representatives, heads of the education system at all levels, the coordinators of the European credit transfer system (ECTS) of higher educational institutions, teachers, students, employers and other interested parties.

 

Priorities of the european space of higher education

 

This publication shows the dynamics and priorities of the Bologna process, as reflected in the official European documents. The main strategic challenges facing the national higher education since the signing of Ukraine, the Bologna Declaration in 2005 and 2020. Proposed list of symbols, common in the European Higher Education Area.
The publication must be representatives of governmental structures, the heads of the education system at all levels, faculty members, students, employers and other interested parties.
It is basic in the study of compulsory
 
 
 
 

ECTS Users Manual

 
This publication presents the recommendations of the European Commission to introduce the European credit transfer system (ECTS). The role of ECTS in the framework of qualifications of the European Higher Education Area, explains its key features are offered Glossary and key documents. The Handbook also reflects the successful experience of European universities for the implementation of ECTS.
The publication is the base for developing further recommendations about the features of the use of ECTS in Ukrainian universities. It must be the leaders of higher education institutions, teaching staff, the coordinators of ECTS at the universities, students, employers and other interested parties.
 
 
 

Towards the European Higher Education Area - 2020

 
This publication is displayed the historical dynamics and chronological development priorities of the Bologna process. Also, the brochure outlines the strategic challenges facing the national higher education, as well as the countries of united Europe and other States - parties to the Bologna process, prior to 2010 and beyond - the period up to 2020. The book is intended for educators, students, and a wide range of readers interested in the problems of international globalization, intercultural exchange and the development of comprehensive cooperation between the countries and peoples of the world.

 

White Paper on Intercultural Dialogue

 
The educational consensus reached by the international community of the United Europe and other progressive countries in discussions about a common understanding of contemporary humanity problems of national, religious, cultural tolerance, the interpenetration of moral values among different peoples, the priority significance for the world order of international unity and aspiration to achieve conflict-free by all countries and peoples of the world to compromise on any issues that arise.
Intercultural dialogue advocated urgent need of our day and a necessary tool to ensure social cohesion and inter-state peace. Global communication states and their peoples in all matters multifaceted life of human society will inevitably be based on unconditional acceptance of universal values such as human rights, democracy, rule of law. The most important part of intercultural dialogue is the issue of education, improvement, and accessibility for all who seek knowledge, mobility and recognition, as well as the development of common international criteria for the assessment of educational processes and qualifications.
The book is intended for educators, students, and a wide range of readers interested in the problems of international globalization, intercultural exchange and the development of comprehensive cooperation between the countries and peoples of the world.