Fields of Activities
|Calendar of Activities|
|Higher Education ForA|
|European Higher Education Area|
The Bologna Process
Council of Europe Contribution
Bilateral and regional activities
|Recognition of Qualifications|
of Europe/UNESCO Convention
The ENIC/NARIC Network
|Results of prior activities|
Sites of Citizenship
Legislative Reform Programmes
|Resources / Documents|
|Higher Education Series|
UNESCO-CEPES (the European Centre for Higher Education/Centre Européen pour l'Enseignement Supérieur) was established in September 1972 with a view to promoting co-operation in higher education among Member States of the Europe Region (the countries of Europe, North America, and Israel). The activities of UNESCO-CEPES are focused foremost on higher education in Central and Eastern Europe. In addition, the Director of UNESCO-CEPES is the Representative of UNESCO in Romania.
Since September 2003, UNESCO-CEPES has been a consultative member of a Follow-up Group of the Bologna Process.
To fulfil its mission, UNESCO-CEPES:
For further information please consult the UNESCO-CEPES web site.
We also provide relevant documents, policy statements and results of the work of UNESCO-CEPES as they become available. These are sorted according to main topics connected with the European Higher Education Area.
Recognition issues and “easily readable and comparable degrees”
Higher education legislation
Documents from the seminar New Generations of Policy Documents and Laws for Higher Education: Their Thrust in the Context of the Bologna Process (November 4-6, 2004)
Information on the project on Brain Drain and the Academic and Intellectual Labour Market in South East Europe
Quality assurance and accreditation
Papers on Higher Education: Quality Assurance and the Development of Course Programmes, published in 2002
Student participation and governance in higher education
Papers on Higher Education: Policy Making, Strategic Planning and Management of Higher Education, published in 2002
Regional developments and European dimension of Higher Education
Final report from the UNESCO-CEPES/ EUA conference “The External Dimension of the Bologna Process: South-East European Higher Education and the European Higher Education Area in a Global World”, 2003