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Episode 1: How Erasmus+ supports the Bologna Process

In the debut episode of the Bologna Hub Peer Support Podcast, host Sonja Mikeska explores the pivotal role of the Bologna Process in enhancing higher education across Europe, marking its 25th anniversary.

Supported by the Erasmus+ project “Bologna Hub Peer Support”, this episode dives into counselling missions that empower European Bologna experts to guide institutions within the European Higher Education Area.

Our guests share their perspectives and experiences with the project:

  • Anthony Vickers, Emeritus Professor of Physics at the University of Essex, brings in the perspective of a project's expert and shares insights from his counselling mission at Epoka University in Albania.
  • Anna Pavelieva, Associate Professor at the National University Yuri Kondratyuk Poltava Polytechnic in Ukraine, provides insights from her institution's perspective on receiving digital counselling.

Together, they discuss practical impacts of the Bologna Process, particularly focusing on mobility and internationalisation. Highlighting transformative changes in university strategies, this episode sheds light on quality assurance, formulation of learning outcomes and curriculum development.

But that's not all – listeners can expect a deep dive into the LOLA methodology, an innovative approach developed by Anthony. What does 'LOLA' stand for? You will have to tune in to find out!

It is a must-listen for educators, students, and higher education managers seeking to grasp the real-world applications and benefits of the Bologna Process in fostering quality education across Europe.

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