European Higher Education Area: Official web site of the Bologna Process.
eu institutions, agencies and bodies
|European Commission Directorate General for Education and Culture
Web site of the European Commission's Directorate general for Education and Culture, which is in charge of policy cooperation with EU Member States on the one hand and the implementation of the Lifelong Learning Programme on the other hand.
|Council of the European Union
The Council of the EU is the institution representing the member state's governments.
|The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA)
EACEA is responsible for the management of certain parts of the EU's programmes in the fields of education, culture and audiovisual.
The Eurydice Network is a part of the EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Its mission is to provide those responsible for education systems and policies in Europe with European-level analyses and information which will assist them in their decision making.
A web portal launched by Eurydice containing a detailed searchable database on national education systems in Europe.
|The European Training Foundation (ETF)
ETF is an EU agency that helps the Union’s partner countries develop education and training systems. The ETF also helps transition and developing countries reform their education, training and labour market systems in the context of the EU’s external relations policy.
|European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop)
Cedefop is the centre of reference for vocational education and training for the European Union.
Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union, providing statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions, including on education systems.
european networks (established and/or supported by the european union)
|The Centre for Research on Lifelong Learning (CRELL)
CRELL brings together researchers to build a comprehensive and coherent evaluation framework for education and training in Europe, to guide policy-makers towards increased effectiveness, efficiency and equity in national systems..
|The European Expert Network on the Economics of Education (EENEE)
EENEE is a network of internationally renowned education economists that the Commission has been working with since early 2004. The network advises and supports the Commission in the analysis of education policies and reforms and of their implications for future policy development at national and European level.
|The Network of Experts on Social aspects of Education and Training (NESET)
The Network of Experts on Social aspects of Education and Training (NESET): NESET is an independent network of researchers working on social aspects of education and training. It supports the Commission in analysing education policies and reforms.