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Rincón, Virginia; Barrutia, Jon – European Journal of Education, 2017
In the current context of globalisation it seems inevitable that the international openness of universities would also lead to efforts to attract foreign students. In the case of Spain, this is more necessary, insofar as the drop in population, the existence of other quality educational offerings, and the greater number of public and private…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Universities, Foreign Countries, Educational Quality
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Persaud, Amlata – European Journal of Education, 2017
This article addresses the issue of integrated planning for education in a post-2015 international development paradigm. It argues that there has been a growth in the opportunity space for education stakeholders at both global and local levels to pay greater attention to the links between education and other development sectors. It uses a…
Descriptors: Educational Planning, Integrated Activities, Development, Politics
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Heublein, Ulrich – European Journal of Education, 2014
28% of students of any one year currently give up their studies in bachelor degree programmes at German higher education institutions. Drop-out is to be understood as the definite termination in the higher education system without obtaining an academic degree. The drop-out rate is thereby calculated with the help of statistical estimation…
Descriptors: Dropouts, Higher Education, Trend Analysis, Foreign Countries
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Motova, Galina; Pykko, Ritta – European Journal of Education, 2012
This article considers the relevance and implementation of European approaches to quality assurance in the context of the Russian educational system. It covers the issues of transformation of the higher education system during the post-Soviet period, specific features of the state accreditation system, the impact of the European Standards and…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Quality Control, Foreign Countries, Educational Quality
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Gvaramadze, Irakli – European Journal of Education, 2008
This article focuses on recent trends in quality assurance initiatives, analyses how the European Higher Education Area promotes quality enhancement mechanisms and their implications for quality cultures in universities. It presents and discusses two approaches towards quality enhancement both at the institutional and programme level: 1. Quality…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Quality Control, Educational Quality, Foreign Countries
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Tuomi, Ilkka – European Journal of Education, 2007
The article presents ten theoretically substantiated "theses" on future education and learning, highlighting emerging trends that will shape educational systems. The focus is on the impact of innovation economy and knowledge society on learning. Specifically, the article elaborates the changing dynamics of production models since the first…
Descriptors: Innovation, Educational Change, Educational Trends, Trend Analysis
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Pepin, Luce – European Journal of Education, 2007
In 2007, the EU is celebrating both the 50th Anniversary of the Treaty of Rome and the 20 years of existence of its flagship programme, Erasmus, thus recalling that the EU is more than its economic, agricultural or monetary policies and that it develops also as a community of peoples. Education has a key role to play in this respect. This article…
Descriptors: Community Cooperation, Lifelong Learning, Educational Policy, Trend Analysis
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Vincent-Lancrin, Stephan – European Journal of Education, 2006
What is changing in academic research? What has changed over the past decades and what might change in the coming ones? Could the research mission of universities be carried out in slightly or radically different ways in the medium term? This article aims to cast light on the trends and driving forces that can be observed in academic research over…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Universities, Higher Education, Trend Analysis
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Teichler, Ulrich – European Journal of Education, 2005
Research on higher education grew in European countries from scattered individual activities towards a certain degree of visibility in the 1970s, largely as consequence of growing public problem awareness. In the 1980s, it experienced a set-back due to declining public interest in higher education as a key issue of societal policies. From the late…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Researchers, Higher Education
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Fragniere, Gabriel – European Journal of Education, 1980
Recent changes in the placement of teacher education within the structure of higher education in European countries, a result of reform movements, will have as its largest impact changes in the profession of teaching. The more qualified the teachers, the more they will behave like independent professionals. (MSE)
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Educational Change, Educational Policy, Foreign Countries
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Eggleston, John – European Journal of Education, 1995
The treatment of teacher education in Europe in articles published in the "European Journal of Education" and its predecessor is reviewed, chronicling the transition from teacher education as the domain solely of training colleges to the universities and polytechnics of Europe. Changing and recurring themes are highlighted. (MSE)
Descriptors: Educational Change, Educational History, Educational Policy, Educational Trends
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Macarov, David – European Journal of Education, 1987
Educational systems have been based on the assumption that the purpose and preferred activity in life is work, with the role of education to prepare students to make a living. Social and technological change forecast a world in which few people work, requiring drastically altered social and educational values. (Author/MSE)
Descriptors: Education Work Relationship, Educational Change, Futures (of Society), Higher Education
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Kerr, Clark – European Journal of Education, 1987
A discussion of trends in the structure of higher education since 1960 focuses on three modern imperatives: the demands for greater opportunity in the polity, for higher competence in each advanced economy marked by greater competition among nations, and for facilities for lifelong learning. (MSE)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Administrative Organization, College Role, Educational Change
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Williams, Gareth – European Journal of Education, 1985
The real issue in the vocalization or professionalization of higher education is not the enrollment distribution but the nature of the curricula offered, which should neither be determined solely by market forces nor leave the student without marketable skills. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Curriculum, College Graduates, College Role, Educational Change
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Wasser, Henry – European Journal of Education, 1985
The balance between traditional, disciplinary education and practical instruction has shifted toward the latter with social, industrial, and economic change; and college graduates will continue the trend toward jobs of lesser status that they would formerly have ignored. The college curriculum increasingly will reflect this. (MSE)
Descriptors: College Curriculum, Comparative Education, Demography, Educational Objectives
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