4 edition of Directory of higher education institutions in the European community, 1992 found in the catalog.
Directory of higher education institutions in the European community, 1992
|Other titles||Répertoire des établissements d"enseignement supérieur dans la communauté européene, 1992.|
|Statement||prepared for the Commission of the European Communities, Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth by Erasmus Bureau = Répertoire des établissements d"enseignement supérieur dans la communauté européene, 1992 / préparé pour Commission des communautés européenes, Task-force "ressources humaines, éducation, formation et jeunesse" par Erasmus Bureau.|
|Contributions||Commission of the European Communities. Task Force for Human Resources, Education, Training and Youth., ERASMUS (Organization)|
|LC Classifications||LA628 .C6 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||567|
|ISBN 10||9282627500, 0749404892|
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Directory of higher education institutions in the European Community. [Commission of the European Communities. Task Force Human Resources, Education, Training, and. Get this from a library. Directory of higher education institutions in the European Community = Répertoire des établissements d'enseignement supérieur dans la communauté européenne.
[ERASMUS (Organization); Commission of the European Communities. Task Force Human Resources, Education, Training, and Youth.;]. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Directory of higher education institutions. "This Directory was edited in cooperation with the Office for Cooperation in Education of the European Institute of Education and Social Policy.".
Discusses problems that European higher education will face as a result of European Community programs. Warns that resistance to change could marginalize higher education and reduce European integration to a purely economic, technological, and political phenomenon.
Addresses diversity versus uniformity, the nature of expected change, and general requirements for changing higher by: 4. Open Access This book is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Internationalization Strategies and Policies in Second-Tier Higher Education Institutions.
Hans de Wit, Miri Yemini and Randall Martin in the European Higher Education Area [Overview Paper]. Bridging the gap between higher education research and policy making was always a challenge, but the recent calls for more evidence-based policies have opened a window of unprecedented opportunity for researchers to bring more contributions to shaping the future of the European Higher Education.
higher education institutions. 90, school administrators. 20, accreditations. Available in three versatile formats – Print, Online, and Licensed Data Extracts – the data in the Higher Education Directory. 18 EURASHE members among newly selected European Universities. On the 9th of July, the European Commission announced 24 new European Universities that will join the first 17 alliances of higher education institutions selected already in Among Read more.
missions and profiles of European higher education institutions. This will contribute to the creation of a stronger profile for European higher education on a global stage and to the realisation of the goals of the Lisbon strategy and the Bologna process.
The development of U-Map We have called our classification U-Map. The title. This article draws on the work of the higher education institutions involved in the European Universi ty Association (EUA) Quality Cul- ture Network IV – T eaching and Learning 2 – during This book addresses some of the major institutional and structural changes that have occurred in European universities and other tertiary institutions in recent years.
It includes descriptive accounts of new developments in organizational patterns and discusses how new demands from the labor market and changing sociopolitical expectations have modified the roles and purposes of higher. A companion vol. to: Directory of higher education institutions in the European Community.
Includes indexes. Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Other Titles: Répertoire des établissements d'enseignement supérieur dans les pays de l'AELE Directory of higher education institutions in the European Community.
Responsibility. by the European Commission, in particular, reveals that the policy narrative rests on the assumption that once given the necessary freedom, right information, required managerial skills, and appropriate incentives, higher education institutions are likely to differentiate on a.
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More than higher education institutions, gathered in 54 consortia, applied for the scheme that aims at structuring transnational alliances – charged with the ambitious goals of “promoting European values and identity, and revolutionising the quality and competitiveness of European higher education”.
The work of the Council of Europe in the field of higher education and research focuses on issues related to the recognition of qualifications, public responsibility for higher education and research, higher education governance and other fields relevant for the establishment of the European Higher Education Area by They were designated as universities under the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act (the “ Act”).
Other HEIs commonly known as the ‘small specialist institutions’ draw on a mixture of the Act, the Companies Act and other legislation.
students enrolled in higher education outside their country of residence) rose more than threefold over the last decade to reach million in This represents an average annual increase of almost 6% and has become a critically-important source of revenue for higher education institutions. In the European Union education is the responsibility of Member States; European Union institutions play a supporting role.
According to Art. of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, the Community. shall contribute to the development of quality education by encouraging cooperation between Member States,through actions such as promoting the mobility of citizens, designing.
some categories of higher education staff (e.g. professors), 43 Figure Decision making regarding the development of new higher education programmes, 44 Figure Support for higher education institutions to promote gender equality, political and religious tolerance, and democratic and civic values, “Harmonising Approaches to Professional Higher Education in Europe” (HAPHE) in –, namely, the European Association of Institutions in Higher Education (EURASHE) (Belgium), the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University (DHBW) (Germany), Knowledge Innovation Centre (KIC) (Malta), the Association of Slovene.A list of higher education institutions in receipt of public funding is available here on the website of the Department of Education and Skills.
There are a number of other higher education providers that offer programmes that are validated by Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI), the State’s Qualifications and Quality Assurance Authority.