16 mars 2018

In 2017 staff, students, and communities in New Zealand reacted swiftly to government plans to further privatise the tertiary ed

In 2017 staff, students, and communities in New Zealand reacted swiftly to government plans to further privatise the tertiary education sector. More...

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12 mars 2018

Austria: private universities

HomeA comprehensive analysis of the Austrian private university sector was published for the first time in mid-2017. This sector is relatively young in Austria – the first private university was accredited in 2000 – and comparatively small: there are currently only 13 such universities with a total of 10 200 students. More...

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22 octobre 2017

If only these colleges could talk

University Business Magazine logoPrivate college leaders want to collaborate more closely on issues of access and affordability—but federal antitrust laws prevent institutions from even having discussion about them. More...

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08 juin 2017

HE authority registers 55 private tertiary institutions

The Higher Education Authority in Zambia has registered 55 private higher education institutions countrywide in accordance with the provisions of the Higher Education Act Number 4 of 2013, writes Thandiwe Moyo for the Times of ZambiaMore...

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Private universities suspend work after state delays

Some private universities have suspended their operations, complaining of government delays in payment of student grants and in signing contracts for teaching bachelor-equivalent courses. More...

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Private providers can help meet demand for HE – Report

By Wagdy Sawahel. The private sector – already providing about 30% of higher education places in Africa – can do more to meet the continent’s educational challenges, and African governments should be maximising its contribution, rather than ignoring or acting against it. More...

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27 mai 2017

Quelle place pour l’enseignement supérieur associatif et privé ? "Il y a une vie après le bac" d'Olivier Rollot. L’Union des grandes écoles indépendantes (UGEI) regroupe 33 grandes écoles de commerce et d’ingénieurs associatives ou privées membres de la Conférence des Grandes écoles (CGE) telles l’EM Normandie ou l’ECE. Voir l'article...

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24 mai 2017

A gloomy outlook for private higher education

By Chau-Duong Quang. Vietnam’s first non-state university, Thang Long University, was founded in 1988 by a group of intellectuals. It had to wait for five years to be recognised as a successful pilot of a non-state higher education model. More...

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29 avril 2017

Dissonances and Paradoxes of Private-Sector Growth

By Abhilash G. Nath and Eldho Mathews. Despite the growth in private higher educational institutions, people in India still prefer public institutions over private institutions. More...

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25 avril 2017

Private universities urged to improve training, brand

Minister of Education and Training Phung Xuan Nha recently instructed universities to develop their brand by improving training programmes that will attract students, reports VietNamNet Bridge. More...

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