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  Pomiń łącza nawigacjiStrona główna : Konferencje : 2005 : Private Higher Education Establishment in Europe : Scope of the conference
Pomiń łącza nawigacji.


The conference will cover issues related to the establishment and development of private higher education institutions in particular countries, with a special emphasis placed on:

  1. Terminology and classification of higher education establishments, e.g. universities, academies, tertiary vocational schools, etc. What names should private schools be adopting?
  2. Legal framework for establishing private higher education institutions. What criteria must be met by the founder in order to create a higher education establishment? Is the founder also the school’s owner? What capital should be invested and what financial conditions ought to be met?
  3. The conditions (curriculum, staff) for launching another field of study, BA or engineering specialisation.
  4. The conditions for launching MA studies.
  5. The conditions for obtaining authority to grant the doctorate degree (or assistant professor if the university has such authority).
  6. Teaching standards for particular education levels in public and private schools.
  7. The degree of financial assistance for students from the state’s budget: welfare grants, scholarships for academic achievements, subsidising student hostels, board, financial assistance for disabled students and sportsmen and women.
  8. The degree of financial assistance from the state’s budget granted to students attending private higher education institutions towards their tuition fees.
  9. The statistical view of the development of higher education establishments in the years 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, with a particular emphasis put on private schools (the number of students attending state-owned and private schools, the number of academic teachers, including professors).
  10. Assessment of the overall operating conditions of private schools. What is the relationship between the traditional and the private universities?
  11. Assessment of private higher education institutions’ facilities (e.g. space per student).
  12. Presentation of selected private higher education institutions, most successful on the domestic and international arena. Case study.
  13. Assessment of scientific research performed and financial resources committed.
  14. The scope of international student and staff exchange programmes (the number of trips per semester or academic year).
  15. The role of private higher education institutions in the implementation of the Bologna Process.

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