The Level5:the missing link publication was published in a specific European framework. The EU member state are in charge of education, all European measures work with the Open Method of Coordination, on a voluntary basis. Regarding Short Cycle Higher Education (SCHE), many texts were adopted: Sorbonne declaration, Bologna declaration, Lisbon declaration, Education and Training 2020 and many texts on Lifelong Learning. There were the conferences of Berlin, Dublin, Bergen, London and Leuven. The Bologna signatories and the EU established to qualification frameworks, the EQF and the QF-EHEA. EURASHE was also active on the topic, in 2003 with a first publication: Tertiary Short Education Cycle in Europe then Level5:the missing link.
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