Global Implications of the Bologna Accord. Dr. Marina Stock McIsaac President, ICEM Eger, Hungary, November 6, 2006. Introduction. ICEM UNESCO Affiliate Agriamedia Eszterházy Károly College. Educational Challenges. Prepare students for employment Harmonize educational efforts
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Dr. Marina Stock McIsaac
Eger, Hungary, November 6, 2006
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