Europe

eWENR, September/October 1999: W. Europe

Regional News  W. Europe  MALTA The government plans to open the Malta College of Technology, Applied Arts and Sciences (MCTAAS). The new institution will provide technical and vocational education for mostly 16 to 19-year-olds and eventually plans to offer degrees.


Tagged with:
Posted in Archive, Europe

eWENR, July/August 1999: E. Europe & NIS

Regional News  E. Europe & NIS  HUNGARY The International Organization for Migration, an international relief agency based in Geneva, and the University of Pecs Medical School in southern Hungary have joined forces to create a postgraduate program in


Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Archive, Europe

eWENR, July/August 1999: W. Europe

Regional News  W. Europe  AUSTRIA Increasing numbers of Bulgarians are flocking to Vienna for higher education. At the University of Economics in Vienna, for example, they now comprise the largest contingency of foreign students: 655 out of a total student


Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Archive, Europe

eWENR, May/June 1999: E. Europe & NIS (Regional News)

REGIONAL NEWS  E. Europe & NIS  LATVIA The Ministry of Education and Science recently launched a


Tagged with: ,
Posted in Archive, Europe

eWENR, May/June 1999: New Structure of Higher Education in Russia

PRACTICAL INFORMATION New Structure of Higher Education in Russia by Margaret Dobrow-King Senior Area Specialist World Education Services The Law on Education, adopted by the Russian parliament in 1992, outlines several principles of state policy on education. Among them are


Tagged with:
Posted in Education Policy, Education System Profiles, Europe

eWENR, March/April 1999: Europe (Regional News)

REGIONAL NEWS   Europe   FRANCE Of the 121,000 foreign students currently enrolled in French institutions of higher education, 60,000 are from the African continent (50 percent from Algeria and Morocco). Because of these figures, Thierry Audric, deputy-director for the


Tagged with: ,
Posted in Archive, Europe