Interactive graphic: The impact of the Bologna process

View the effects of the Bologna Accord higher education reforms on signatory nations

The Bologna Accord is the reform process of Europe’s higher education system. The purpose is to create a standardised three-cycle system - undergraduate, masters and doctorate - with a universal structure that can be understood by students, educationalists, employers and institutions across the region.

View our interactive graphic below to see the predominant Bologna full-time degree structures for each signatory nation and see how the schools fare in the 2010 European business schools ranking.

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