Having realized that the 21.st century will be an information age, European countries made a series of resolutions at the end of the 20th. century in order to form the Information System for Europe (Bilgi Avrupası). In this system which will get its power from information and science, it is aimed at forming a higher education system that will enable the countries in Europe to be both compatible/complementary with each other and be superior to their competitors. The Bologna Process started officially with the signing of Bologna declaration by 29 countries on 9 June 1999 and it was decided that Ministers of education meet once every two years in order to monitor the process by forming the Bologna Follow-up Group-BFUG. Ministers of education have been holding meetings every second year and planning the future of higher education. Turkey was involved in the process in 2001 in Prag meeting.
In 2001 Prag declaration added 3 more objectives of higher education to the 6 of them identified in 1999 Bologna Process and the basic priorities of the process was identified as follows:
Turkish Military Academy started the “Multiple Graduate” Program as of 2012-2013 Academic Year.
In this context, the following were identified for graduate and undergraduate programs;
It’s considered in the light of national and international standards that adaptation to Bologna process will increase the quality and validity of Undergraduate and Graduate Programs