EU project in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The Council of Europe and the European Commission are carrying out this joint project to assist Bosnia and Herzegovina fulfil its commitments from the Bologna Process and the Bergen Communiqué (May 2005). More information on the project can be read here.

CEE Network General Assembly

The CEE Network held its annual workshop together with its biennial General Assembly on 29-30 May 2006 in Schloss Retzhof near Graz, Austria. Peter Williams, president of ENQA, gave a presentation about that organisation in anticipation of the CEE Network joining ENQA as an affiliate organisation.  The aim of the workshop was to discuss the developments of member agencies toward attaining the European Standards since the CEE Network Survey was taken. The General Assembly elected Pavol Navrat, Slovakia, as its new chairman and steering committee members Galina Motova, Russia, Ivan Panayatov, Bulgaria, Aurelija Valeikiene, Lithuania (also Treasurer), and Marek Wasowicz, Poland.
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CEE Network Publication

“Mapping external quality assurance in Central and Eastern Europe. A comparative survey by the CEE Network” by Stefanie Hofmann, ACQUIN, was published in the series ENQA Occasional Papers, No. 8. A limited number of copies may be ordered free of charge by writing to Christina Rozsnyai at

New Higher Education Act

Parliament has passed the new Higher Education Act on November 28, after making the revisions demanded by the Constitutional Court. The Act had passed once before in May but objections were submitted to the Court at that time. The Act was published on December 14, 2005, it will come into force March 1, 2006. To read about the main elements in the 2005 Higher Education Act and HAC tasks click here.

Bachelor/Master Programs

As Hungarian higher education is in the process of switching from the traditional college and university degree programs to the Bachelor and Master system, over 600 new Bachelor programs will be launched in September 2006. At the same time, the old programs will be phased out, with new students applying to Bachelor programs only after this date. Until the end of 2005, the HAC has evaluated 778 Bachelor program applications, 623 of them positively. The Minister of Education has overridden 41 negative HAC decisions. By the end of 2005, the HAC evaluated 32 Master program applications.

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