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Education Minister Baba: The Bologna Process has kept its initial political boost
27.04.2012, 10:48 | HR Careers Education | 1271 views

The Bologna Process has kept its initial political boost as well as a high institutional and systemic commitment of the academics and the students alike, Romania’s Minister of Education, Research, Youth and Sports Catalin Baba told a meeting of the Bologna Conference in Bucharest on Thursday.

‘Let us continue to seek ways that will not hesitate to reinvent the Bologna Process. Only this way can we resist the risks of the Bologna Process getting ossified and withdrawn from today’s challenges and other regions of the world. The Bologna Process should stay fresh and open to the entire world, not just to Europe. It has to defend the democratic values. Our graduates should be educated in the spirit of a vigorous and engaging democratic citizenship (…),’ said Baba.

He added that all the education ministers of the Bologna Process members states are preoccupied with designing mechanisms that will make sure professionals are trained who are able to face the challenges of the future.


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