The harmonisation applied to European higher education in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering

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Abstract

Even if the process of harmonisation applied to European Higher Education in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering started in 1989, it is still in progress.Until now this process benefited, above all, from the results of the projects of two European thematic networks :• USAEE-TN, whose best results were the core curricula to be used as benchmarks for the degree study programs in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering;• ERABEE-TN, still working for developing the results of USAEE-TN, above all, at the 3rd cycle in Biosystems Engineering.Another important contribution to the harmonisation of the European curricula in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering was obtained from the cooperation between EU and US, during the project of POMSEBES consortium.The aim of this paper is to describe the harmonisation process of the European degree study programs in Agricultural/Biosystems Engineering.
Original languageEnglish
Pages583-591
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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