The (Germany, France, Italy and Great Britain) [Paris, 1998] laid the foundations for the national, international and institutional changes which were announced ( and still are, because there are more changes to be introduced) in the University. It took eleven years for the European universities (agreement after agreement) to unify and compete with those of U.S.A. What doesn’t seem to be quite unified is the popular feeling. Several demonstrations have already taken place in the streets of Athens, Paris, Barcelona, Granada or Sevilla on the part of students and professors rejecting in a greater or lesser extent, part of these reforms. .
Sorbona DeclarationWill the University liberalization mean its privatization?
During this month, you will be able to read in this blog information about the Bolonia’s process, by means of which the Sevilla Babel team will intend to answer the question: “Bolonia’s process: illusion or reality?” Don’t miss it!
Diana Irene Arancibia