Quality Committee of the Faculty of Law members:

  • Asst. Prof. Ivana Grubešić, PhD, QA quality manager
  • Asst. Prof. Dženana Radončić, PhD, member of the Quality Committee
  • Asst. Prof. Sedad Dedić, PhD, member of the Quality Committee
  • Sumeja Bajtarević, LL.B., member of the Quality Committee
  • Ahmed Smolo, student

The Bologna process is the name of the reform of higher education in Europe, the main goal of which is to build a unique EHEA – European Higher Education Area – by 2010. European higher education organized in this way should lead to various synergistic effects, increased competitiveness and greater mobility of students. The reform was initiated by the famous Bologna Declaration on June 19, 1999, and rests on a series of documents and declarations in which the basic principles of the establishment, construction and operation of the university are given. Our country officially joined the Bologna Process on September 19, 2003, when it committed itself to work towards fulfilling the goals of the Bologna Process, in which forty-six countries have been involved to date.

Bosnia and Herzegovina achieved the greatest progress in the implementation of the Bologna Process by adopting the Framework Law on Higher Education, published in the Official Gazette of Bosnia and Herzegovina on August 7, 2007, and by adopting seven strategic documents that create prerequisites for the implementation of the Bologna reform.

In practical terms, the Bologna Process implies:

  • Adopting a system of easily understandable and comparable academic titles,
  • Adopting a system with two main cycles (undergraduate/postgraduate),
  • Establishment of the credit system – ECTS,
  • Promoting mobility by removing obstacles to the effective application of free movement of students, teachers, research associates and administrative staff,
  • Promoting and improving European cooperation in quality assurance with the aim of developing comparable criteria and methodologies,
  • Promoting the European dimension in higher education,
  • Lifelong learning
  • More active involvement of students,
  • Improving the attractiveness and competitiveness of the European area of ​​higher education.