Higher education policy

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4 p, 334.0 KB Editorial / Aroni, Samuel (University of California, Los Angeles) ; Adams, Tony (RMIT (Melbourne, Austràlia))
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 99-102  
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8 p, 551.6 KB Internationalization in practice in Japanese universities / Kawaguchi, Akiyoshi ; Lander, Denis
This paper draws on the results of a study of the internationalization practices of Japanese universities (including four year colleges) with majors in Humanities, Social Sciences or Education. It provides a sketch of the policy of internationalization in Japan and how this is interpreted by universities there. [...]
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 103-110  
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10 p, 790.4 KB Gift, commodity and mutual benefit : analysing the transfer of university knowledge between Thailand and Australia / Rhea, Zane Ma
For the last 50 years, Australia has been assisting Thailand with the development of its universities. This has involved the transfer of Australian university knowledge to Thailand and the reproduction of that knowledge in the Thai university system. [...]
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 111-120  
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6 p, 450.8 KB The role of university in promoting and developing technology : a case study of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia / Ibrahim, Sallehuddin
Malaysia is experiencing changes in its economic structure, forging ahead into the era of an industrialized nation. This process of change will be continuous and will make additional new demands on higher-levelled technological skills and technological developments as well as on high-quality manpower that is capable and alert in adjusting to the changing industrial environment. [...]
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 121-126  
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10 p, 752.4 KB Linkage and academic exchange experiences at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology / Bari, M. F. ; Shahjahan, M.
Linkage and cooperation with other universities in the domain of education, research and training is viewed as one of the important activities in many universities. Since its creation in 1962, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) has maintained contacts with foreign universities in the region and other parts of the world through academic linkage and cooperation projects. [...]
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 127-136  
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7 p, 488.0 KB Higher education in Vietnam : key areas need assistance / Nguyen, Xuan Thu
Many developing countries are in the process of restructuring their higher education system to meet their nation's socio-economic development. As their educational budget is not unlimited, working with international educational institutions has become one of the attractive solutions to improve the quality of their education and to make it relevant to meet their nation's educational demand for economic development. [...]
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 137-143  
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5 p, 339.1 KB The RMIT Wuhan Project / Sullivan, John ; Silver, Alan
In March this year, ten Australian and twenty-six Chinese students began full-time Royal Melbourne Institute of Information Technology (RMIT) studies on campus in Central China. The course, an Associate Diploma of Business in International Trade, is presented in English at the Wuhan Iron and Steel University (WISU) by staff from the RMIT School of Business Studies and the host university.
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 145-149  
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7 p, 515.0 KB Marketization of higher education in the People's Republic of China / Williams, Gareth ; Liu, Sandra S. ; Qiuheng, Shi
Reforms of higher education in P. R. C. since the overall promulgation of the socialist market economy have impacted both the employment of graduates and the funding mechanism of higher education. All students are charged tuition starting from the academic year of 1995/96 and are "employed" rather than "assigned to jobs" after graduation. [...]
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 151-157  
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2 p, 160.3 KB Book Review / Guri-Rosenblit, S.
Obra ressenyada: Pat DAVIES (ed. ), Adults in Higher Education: International Perspectives in Access and Participation. London: Kingsley, 1995.
1997
Higher Education Policy, vol. 10 n. 2 (1997) p. 159-160  
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