This article argues that European education policy promotes the vocationalisation of higher education through an emphasis on graduates’ employability and the promotion of accreditation policies. Accreditation policies currently promote lifelong learning and stress that individual students take responsibility for their learning and their market responsiveness. Taken combined, this signifies a withdrawal from the Humboldtian model of the University.
|Keywords:||Europe, Policies, Higher Education, Accreditation, Individualization, Lifelong Learning|
Assistant Professor of Education Policy, Department of Social Policy, Panteion University, Athens, Greece