The World from Berlin German Universities 'Share Blame' for Problems

It has been 10 years since the controversial Bologna reforms began transforming higher education in Germany. Opinions differ as to whether its goals have been achieved, but editorialists argue that universities are partly to blame for overcrowded lecture halls and unhappy students.
Overcrowded lecture halls are a problem at many German universities.

Overcrowded lecture halls are a problem at many German universities.

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-- David Gordon Smith
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