Ideas and Universities Seminar
May 15, 2009
Globalizing the 'Bologna Process': Looking Closely at Europe's 'Looking Out' Policy for Higher Education
Professor Robertson will be looking closely at the globalization of Europe’s Bologna Process, which is altering the terms and terrain of higher education in and outside of Europe. She argues that this process-- the creation of a unified higher education system--consists of distinct phases, and she discusses in detail the "extra-regional" aspects of its most current phase of development.
This presentation is part of the Ideas and Universities International Video Seminar Series and is made available on the UW–Madison campus thanks to funding and support from the UW-Madison Division of International Studies, the Institute for Advanced Studies at the University of Bristol (UK), the Worldwide Universities Network, WISCAPE, and UW–Madison's School of Education International Education Committee.
In-person attendance at the Pyle Center viewing site is strongly encouraged to ensure your opportunity to interact and discuss with other participants locally and internationally. However, for those unable to attend, WUN usually offers a live webcast of the event which can be accessed through the Ideas and Universities Seminar Series website.
The Pyle Center, 702 Langdon Street
This program is free and open to the public.