Armenian Higher Education in the European Higher Education Area

Tatevik Gharibyan, Inside Higher  Ed, Jul 19, 2017
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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This is an update of Armenia's education strategy in the years after it joined "the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and the Bologna Process by signing the Bergen Communiqué in 2005." Armenia - which I visited in 2014 - is a small country with few natural resources (though you can get pomogranates everywhere) and thus depends on developing its 3 million people and attracting students (and ideas) from neighbouring countries. 

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