The course of development of learning outcomes in the Bologna Process: the current situation in Greece in terms of legislation

Dimitra Stamatopoulou


The aim of this paper is to delve into the issue of learning outcomes in the development of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). Section 1 explores the issue of their definition based on the related bibliography in an attempt to highlight the importance of its content. Section 2 places learning outcomes in the Bologna Process by emphasizing the importance of their introduction and their central role in the completion of the EHEA. Section 3 explores the current situation of their implementation in the Greek case in terms of legislation. The concluding section discusses learning outcomes as a priority policy tool in the Bologna Process pointing to some challenges associated with them for the future.


Bologna Process, learning outcomes, EHEA

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