NAFSA Resources on the Bologna Process and Three-Year Degrees

 

IEM SPOTLIGHT NEWSLETTER, VOL. 14, Summer ISSUE - August 2017

Publications

Bologna Beyond 2010: Looking Backward, Looking Forward” by Fiona Hunter
International Educator Article, March/April 2010 issue
In this article, Hunter looks back at the Bologna Process 10 years after its establishment and at the trajectory of its future.

The Bologna Process Ten Years On” by Charlotte West
International Educator Article, Nov/Dec 2010 issue
West examines the Bologna Process 10 years after the official launch of the Bologna Declaration.

Is a Bologna Process Right for Latin America?” by Jocelyne Gacel-Ávila
Trends & Insights Article, March 2014 issue
An article that examines the feasibility of a Bologna Process model in a region like Latin America.

The Bologna Process: An Opportunity for International Cooperation by Chris J. Foley and Robert L. Stableski
International Educator Supplement, 2007
The Bologna Process: An Opportunity for International Cooperation provides an overview of the Bologna Process and looks back at 20 years of progress. The supplement also includes articles on the future of the process and implications for education professionals around the world.

A Brief Introduction: Bologna Process” (2009)
This resource includes information about the Bologna Process and suggests areas of possible impact on the work of U.S. international educators.

NAFSA Bologna Process Presentation” (2009)
An overview and update on the Bologna Process, presented at the 2008 NAFSA Regional Conferences.

NAFSA 2017 Annual Conference Session

Slides from “International Graduate Admissions: Examining the Requirements for International Degrees” by Jasmin Saidi-Kuehnert and Aleks Morawski
This presentation is an analysis of new survey data on three themes: duration, curriculum, and access. The presenters discuss current institutional trends in admitting graduate students with first degrees completed outside of the United States, building on the three-year degree discourse by exploring what aspects of foreign degrees affect admissibility.

Network.NAFSA Discussions on Three-Year Degrees

Three-Year Undergraduate Degree (India)
A discussion thread on three-year undergraduate eligibility for admission to U.S. graduate programs.

Two Three-Year Bachelor Degrees from Ireland
A short discussion on Irish three-year bachelor’s degrees.

Three-Year Degree from United Arab Emirates-Alijam University
A question on the U.S. equivalency of a three-year degree from the United Arab Emirates (UAE).


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