‘Digitalisation’ was introduced as one of the 2 transversal themes (besides ‘Sustainable Development’) within the ASEM Education Process and its 4 priority areas during the ASEMME7 in Bucharest, Romania. In Bucharest, the Ministers concluded that “Digitalisation” can create opportunities to support connectivity and collaboration between Asia and Europe, but also that the ASEM Education Process should adapt itself to the opportunities and challenges of digitalisation and the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Other Priority Areas


Sustainable Development

Quality Assurance and Recognition

Engaging Business and Industry in Education

Balanced Mobility

Lifelong Learning including TVET