Bologna Reforms in Armenia Has Seen No Progress
May 7, 12:00

The Bologna process has been carried out in Armenia since 2005, with a lot of people not really understanding the process as such. Neither students nor faculties are well aware of the reforms, experts believe. “The main problem now is that the Bologna reforms are carried out from up to down which contradicts the aim of the reforms,” said Samvel Karabekyan, adding the vertical approach has led to misinterpretations for many. “The reforms have not reached the classroom,” he said.

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