EHEA

AcronymDefinition
EHEAEuropean Higher Education Area
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"European Approach for Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes (October 2014, endorsed by the BFUG, subject to approval by EHEA ministers)".
Following the implementation of the EHEA, ICT has not been able to maintain its role as the environment in which digital skills are developed.
However, many of the IC objectives set out in the EHEA are not met, such asincluding contemplating multilinguism within the context of multiculturalism (Blanco Valdes, Garosi, Rodriguez Mesa, Borsari & Galeandro Gal, 2017).
Evaluation tools in the European Higher Education Area (ehea): an assessment for evaluating the competences of the final year project in the social sciences.
This paper examines whether some changes associated with the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) have affected the educational processes at the university, while also the reform involves a learning approach focused on the acquisition of skills by students.
Problem-based learning: An approach to chemical engineering education within the EHEA. In Aleksandar Lazinica and Carlos Calafate (Eds.), Technology Education and Development.
Para intentar asegurar un sistemas comparable y compatible, en los paises del Espacio Europeo de Educacion Superior (The European Higher Education Area, EHEA), la estructuracion de los estudios universitarios se ha realizado en el ordenamiento LMD o GMD (Licenciatura o Grado, Master y Doctorado), siguiendo las pautas acordadas en el Proceso de Bolonia (Bologna Process) en 1999, ratificadas en la Budapest-Vienna Declaration of March, 2010.
The creation and development of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) has required changes in Universidad de Alicante (Spain): it implies a shift from a University of teaching to a University of learning; similarly, there is a change from emphasizing the importance of input to highlighting the importance of output.
[7.] Mobility strategy 2020 for EHEA for the European Higher Education Area, Mobility for Better Learning.
En Europa, tras la declaracion de Bolonia, se creo la European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) que se impuso sobre el Espacio Europeo de Educacion Superior (EEES) y la European Higher Education Area (EHEA) a la hora de definir los criterios minimos que debian ser seguidos por las agencias nacionales de acreditacion de la calidad.
"Foreign Words in the English of Textiles." In Professional English in the European Context: The EHEA Challenge, edited by Angeles Linde and Rosalia Crespo, 127-50.