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National Bologna reports | German Council of Science and Humanities | Others

National Bologna reports

With their joint national Bologna reports the German federal government and the Länder provide an overview of the status of the higher education reforms with regard to the Bologna process at regular intervals. The reports also serve as international reports in the European context. The Accreditation Council regularly contributes to the preparation of the reports.

Link  Report on the implementation of the Bologna Process in Germany 2012-2015

Link  Report on the implementation of the Bologna Process in Germany 2009-2012

File  Report on the implementation of the Bologna Process in Germany 2007-2009

File  Report on the implementation of the Bologna Process in Germany 2005-2007

File  Report on the implementation of the Bologna Process in Germany 2004/05

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Recommendations of the German Council of Science and Humanities

The → German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat) (Wissenschaftsrat) provides advice to the German Federal Government and the State (Länder) Governments on the structure and development of higher education and research. It regularly takes a stance on interdisciplinary issues of the academic system and gives recommendations for further development.

Datei  Recommendations on accreditation as an instrument of quality assurance (German), 25.05.2012

Datei  Recommendations on quality improvement of teaching and learning (German), 04.04.2008

All recommendations and statements by the German Council of Science and Humanities can be found here.

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Others

The Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area (ESG) are the joint referential framework for quality assurance within the European higher education area. They were adapted in May 2005 by the ministers responsible for the higher education system at the Bologna follow-up conference in Bergen and were updated during the follow-up conference in Jerewan. The Accreditation Council has extensively taken the ESG into account in its accreditation regulations.
File  Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area, 15.05.2015

Quality assurance in teaching and learning is a basic prerequisite for the creation of the European higher education area. Ministers responsible for higher education regularly agree on common objectives in quality assurance with their declarations and communiqués.
Link  Declarations and communiqués by the ministers in the European higher education area responsible for higher education

The ECTS Users' Guide provides guidelines for implementation of the European Credit Transfer and Accu mulation System (ECTS). It also presents the ECTS key documents and assists learners, academic and administrative staff in higher education institutions as well as other interested parties.
Link  ECTS Users' Guide, 2015

As a convention on the recognition of qualifications concerning higher education in the european region the Lisbon Recognition Convention stipulates major principles with regard to the recognition of qualifications giving access to higher education, periods of study and higher education qualifications. .
File  Lisbon Recognition Konvention, 16.05.2007

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