How Europe has unified a continent of diverse higher education systems and histories

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In Europe, students move easily between countries, crossing borders, to find the best university for their needs. Even if they are not citizens of that country, they are subject to the same standards and pay the same tuition as local students. There is no out-of-state tuition; no paying triple for being from another country. Rebecca Rosman reports on the Bologna Process that was set up years ago to encourage the freer exchange of students and knowledge across 49 member countries.

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