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von Professor Rosalind Pritchard | 24.05.12
British Higher Education: “Exceptionalism” in face of the Bologna Process?

The purpose of the paper is to examine the extent to which the United Kingdom higher education system diverges from that in other countries in the European Higher Education Area. It concludes that the fees and the sometimes ruthless stratagems to...

von Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kreckel | 07.08.08
Current and Future Trends in Higher Education - Summary

What will higher education look like in the future? What changes are higher education systems undergoing currently? In this study, Peer Pasternack et al provide a set of answers. To begin with, they depict changes in the external environments of...

von Tia Loukkola | 14.03.14
European Quality Assurance from a policy perspective: where did we come from, where are we heading?

The article presents some key developments in quality assurance (QA) on a European level over the last ten years. Particular attention is paid to discussing the impact of European QA policies (e.g. the European Standards & Guidelines) at the...

von Nathalie Lugano | 13.08.09
European Standards and Guidelines in a Nordic Perspective

This report presents the results of the joint 2005–06 project of the Nordic Quality Assurance Network in Higher Education (NOQA). The project focused on the Europeanstandards and guidelines for quality assurance agencies, examining them in a...

von Prof. Dr. Jürgen Enders | 12.05.09
GATS and the steering capacity of a nation state in higher education: Case studies of the Czech Republic and the Netherlands

This paper looks at the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) as an important part of the international trade law system and explores if and how it affects the steering capacity of a nation state regarding higher education. It offers a...

von Prof. Dr. Barbara Kehm | 19.05.14
Global University Rankings — Impacts and Unintended Side Effects

This article begins with a critical assessment of the impacts of rankings on the European and national landscapes of higher education and analyses their unintended side effects on organisational behaviour of universities. It makes an attempt to...

von Prof. Dr. Jürgen Enders | 30.07.09
Higher education in Sweden

Der Bildungs- und Wissenschaftsraum Europas ist gekennzeichnet durch die Koexistenz hetereogener, nationalstaatlicher Systeme, die im Zuge des europäischen Integrationsprozesses stärker aneinander gekoppelt werden. Folglich wird es für die...

von Prof. Dr. Jürgen Enders | 10.02.11
Higher Education Investments: International Comparison

Many countries have put together targeted investment packages for the higher education sector. In this article Maarja Beerkens-Soo compares the higher education investments of several countries in terms of public and private expenditures.

von Prof. Dr. Jürgen Enders | 10.02.11
Higher education issues and trends from an international perspective

The question about the optimal structure of the higher education system is anything but new. For the last 50 years there has been a search for the right mix of the equivalence and diversity in the system. On the one hand, higher education...

von Nathalie Lugano | 07.05.09
Institutional Profiles: towards a typology of higher education institutions in europe

In November 2004, a team of researchers conceived a research project that aimed to explore the value of designing a typology of higher education institutions in Europe. The starting point was the assumption that the strength of the European...