CEPS' was grant-holder of the project. Other members of project consortium were: University of Prishtina, Minsistry of Education, Science and technology Kosovo, and University of Peloponnese, Greece. Main achievement affecting the sustainability of the project outcomes, is the approval by the Ministry of Education Kosovo of the policies developed within the framework of the project. These documents, developed through a process with wide participation, were approved as official ministry policies and guidelines by Minister of Education, Science and Technology. It is expected that their efficient implementation will accelerate the process of integration of Kosova into the EHEA. Perhaps even more importantly, as a result of the project, critical capacities have now been built in Kosovo for policy development in the field of higher education. The developed polices are expected to have great influence in national legislation, since they suggest concrete steps in modifying the legislation and introducing new approaches to higher education. For example, the policy on comparability and recognition of degrees in higher education anticipates awareness-raising activities for the business sector, extending their knowledge of the Bologna Process.