The basic idea underlying the pilot project ‘CHE Ranking of European Universities’ is that the evolution of a common European Higher Education Area in the context of the Bologna process and a common European Research Area in the Lisbon strategy will lead to growing European mobility of students and higher education staff. Hence, comparable information about European higher education institutions will become more important for students as well as for academics in order for them to make well-informed choices in selecting where to go in the large European space, with perhaps 4,000 higher education institutions in more than 40 countries.
|Title of host publication||Questioning excellence in higher education: policies, experiences and challenges in national and comparative perspective.|
|Editors||Michele Rostan, Massimiliano Vaira|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei|
|Number of pages||212|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
|Name||Higher Education Research in the 21st Century Series|
Westerheijden, D. F., Federkeil, G., Cremonini, L., Kaiser, F., & Beerkens-Soo, M. (2011). Ranking goes international : Piloting the CHE ranking of study programmes in Flanders and the Netherlands. In M. Rostan, & M. Vaira (Eds.), Questioning excellence in higher education: policies, experiences and challenges in national and comparative perspective. (pp. 175-200). (Higher Education Research in the 21st Century Series; Vol. 3, No. 3). Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei: Sense Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6091-642-7_10