The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education
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Higher Education is in a state of ferment. People are seriously discussing whether the medieval ideal of the university as being excellent in all areas makes sense today, given the number of universities that we have in the world. Student fees are changing the orientation of students to the system. The high rate of non repayment of fees in the UK is provoking difficult questions about whether the current system of funding makes sense. There are disputes about the ratio of research to teaching, and further discussions about the international delivery of courses.
|ISBNs||9781473942912, 9781473942912, 9781529725919, 1529725917|
|Number of Pages||1952|