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Employability And Mobility Of Bachelor Graduates: The Findings Of Graduate Surveys In Ten European Countries On The Assessment Of The Impact Of The Bologna Reform

H. Schomburg
Published 2011 · Political Science

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In this analysis of graduate surveys undertaken in recent years in ten European countries, we examine the findings which can be considered as valuable for the response to key questions regarding the impact of the Bologna reform: What is the situation of “mobility” and “employability” after some ten years of efforts to establish a convergent system of study programmes and degrees?

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