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IIENetworker Fall 2010: International Education in Europe


Promoting Higher Education in Spain: The Creation of the Foundation
By Mònica Margarit, Fundación

The Joint European/International Doctorate: A Strategic Tool to Enhance Worldwide Institutional Collaboration
By Annamaria Silvana de Rosa and Sapienza University of Rome

More Europeans Seek Undergraduate Degrees in the United States
By Wesley Teter, Amy McGoldrick and Ann Merrill, EducationUSA

Out of the Office and Into the World: A Personal Perspective on the Fulbright International Education Administrators Program
By Jenny McGill, Dallas Theological Seminary

Applying European Approaches to U.S. Higher Education
By Kevin Corcoran, Marcus Kolb and Jamie Merisotis, Lumina Foundation for Education


Focus: The Bologna Process

Ten Years On: Bologna’s Global Dimension and Its Limits at Home
By Bernd Wächter, Academic Cooperation Association

A New Europe: Creating the European Higher Education Area
By Hanneke Teekens, Nuffic, the Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education

What’s new in Brussels? Visions for the EU and the European Higher Education Area
By Christian Tauch, European Commission and Wesley Teter, EducationUSA

Focus: English-Taught Master’s Programs

Trends in English-Taught Master’s Programs in Europe
By Megan Brenn-White, Brenn-White Group and Edwin van Rest, StudyPortals

Focus: The Global University

European Schools in America, American Schools in Europe: Outposts Along the Path to the Global University
By Martha Merritt, University of Chicago, Maureen Miller, Ohio State University, and Laura Montgomery, Aachen University Liaison Office