IMPLEMENTATION OF BOLOGNA DECLARATION STANDARDS: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA

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  Nikita Nikiforov

Abstract

The article is concerned with 20 years’ experience of implementation of Bologna Declaration standards in the higher education system of the Republic of Latvia. The article offers a concise analysis of such root principles of Bologna system as 1) acknowledging of three cycle system; 2) staff and students' mobility; 3) quality assurance of higher education; 4) promotion of the essential European attitudes in higher education; 5) life-long learning; 6) enhancement of the role of the students in organization of the study process; 7) autonomy for institution and academic freedom; 8) amplification of the European constituent in the national higher education system; 9) single European Higher Education Area (EHEA).

How to Cite

Nikiforov, N. (2021). IMPLEMENTATION OF BOLOGNA DECLARATION STANDARDS: THE EXPERIENCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF LATVIA. Baltic Journal of Legal and Social Sciences, (1), 11-19. https://doi.org/10.30525/2592-8813-2021-1-2
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Keywords

educational cycles, Credit Transfer System, academic mobility, quality assurance

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