International Higher Education Development Aid, Possibilities and Pitfalls
Development aid for higher education essentially consists of international investments in the expansion and reform of higher education systems and institutions in developing countries. Institutional autonomy refers to the right of an institution to determine its content and method of instruction, missional priorities, organizational structure, budget, and/or personnel. Accreditation refers to the quality assurance process in which institutions are assessed against a wide range of prescribed standards of academic quality.
Development aid for higher education essentially consists of international investments in the expansion and reform of higher education systems and institutions in developing countries. Such investments are made predominantly by multilateral agencies, bi-lateral agencies, and large nonprofits. The objectives are generally to expand the higher education sector, improve learning and labor...
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