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AutorenDarvas-Nagy, Judit; Kozma, Tamas; Thun, Eva
Sonst. PersonenGabor, Kalman (Mitarb.); Gyimesi, Zsuzsanna (Mitarb.); Narancsik, Agnes (Mitarb.); Radacsi, Imre (Mitarb.); Szabo, Laszlo T. (Mitarb.); Usher, Robin L. (Mitarb.)
InstitutionEuropean Centre for Higher Education; Oktataskutato Intezet (Budapest); UNESCO
TitelHigher Education in Hungary.
Gefälligkeitsübersetzung: Hochschulwesen in Ungarn.
QuelleBucharest: Europ. Centre for Higher Education (1997), 195 S.    Verfügbarkeit 
ReiheMonographs on Higher Education
BeigabenLiteraturangaben S. 187-195; Anlagen 2; Tabellen 43; Abbildungen 10
Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; Monographie
ISBN92-9069-151-9
SchlagwörterEvaluation; Forschung; Bildungswesen; Bildungsmanagement; Schulwesen; Akkreditierung; Internationale Zusammenarbeit; Staat; Transformation; Tertiärbereich; Hochschulfinanzierung; Hochschulpolitik; Hochschulzulassung; Hochschullehrer; Hochschule; Hochschulwesen; Privathochschule; Bewertung; Qualität; Reform; Übersicht; Student; Ungarn
AbstractGliederung: Part A. The Background (1. Hungary: Past And Present. - 2. Human Ressources Development). - Part B. The System (3.The basement of Higher Education: Primary And Secondary Education ( 3.1. The Legal Regulation of Schooling. - 3.2. Maintenance and Administration. - 3.3. School and Local Autonomy. - 3.4. The Financing of Schooling. - 3.5. Changes in School Structures. - 3.7. Evaluation and Quality Control. - 3.8. Teachers and Teacher Training. - 3.9. Education for Ethnic Minority Group Members). - 4. The Tertiary Stage: Higher Education (4.1. Legal Regulation. - 4.2. The Management and Steering of Higher Education. - 4.3. The Financing of Higher Education. - 4. 4. Increased Admissions to Higher Education. - 4.5. Diversification of the Binary System. - 4.6. Modernization of the Curricula. - 4.7. Assessment. - 4.8. The Academic Teaching Staff. - 4.9. The Role of Institutional Management)). - Part C. The Actors (5. The Students (5.1. Enrollments. - 5.2. Family Background, Lifestyle, and Political Activity. - 5.3. Values and Cultural Preferences). - 6. The Teachers (6.1. Teaching. - 6.2. Research. - 6.3. Recruitment. - 6.4. Mobility). - 7. The Researchers (7.1. The National R and D Programme and Higher Education. - 7.2. Research Centres. - 7.3. Resource Centres. - 7.4. Evaluation of Research. - 7.5. Research on Higher Education). - 8. The Policy Makers (8.1. The 1995 Parliamentary Resolution. - 8.2. Development Principles. - 8.3. The 1996 Modification of the Law)). - Part D. The Policies (9. Quality Assurance (9.1. Quality and Academic Self-Regulation. - 9.2. New Concerns for Quality. - 9.3. The National Accreditation Committee. - 9.4. The Accreditation Process. - 9.5. National versus Global Accredition). - 10. The Financing of Higher Education (10.1. The Formula and the Model. - 10.2. Funding and Steering. - 10.3. Burning Issues. - 10.4. Normative Funding). - 11. International Co-Operation (11.1. Integration into Europe: The Demand. - 11.2. The Role of the European Union. - 11.3. The Role of the Government and of its Buffer Organizations. - 11.4. The Role of Private Foundations. - 11.5. Research Results). - 12. The Private Provision of Higher Education (12.1. Traditions. - 12.2. Characteristics of Non-State Higher Education. - 12.3. Legal and Governmental Regulations. - 12.4. Financial Regulations. - 12.5. Existing Constraints on Further Development. - 12.6. Policy Considerations)). - Part E. The Perspectives (13. The new Challenges (13.1. Introduction. - 13.2. The Present System. - 13.3. The Expanding Demands. - 13.4. From University Education to a Tertiary System). - 14. Epilogue: Recent Developments and new Perspectives (14.1. Socio-Economic Background. - 14.2. Overall Principles and Objectives. - 14.3. Latest Changes in Legal Regulation and Financing. - 14.4. Governmental Strategy. - 14.5. Goals in Connection with the World Bank Loan)). - Part F. Appendices (Appendix 1: Institutions of Higher Education. - Appendix 2: Bibliography) (HoF/Text übernommen).
Erfasst vonInstitut für Hochschulforschung (HoF) an der Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Update2002_(CD)
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