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Profile of Professional Higher Education in Europe
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Creators (corporate)EURASHE
Other contributors (e.g. editor)Camilleri, Anthony F. [Hrsg.]
SourceMalta : Knowledge Innovation Centre 2013, 52 S.
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Keywords (German)Hochschulbildung; Universität; Fachhochschule; Hochschulsystem; Hochschulstruktur; Polytechnische Bildung; Duales Ausbildungssystem; Dualer Studiengang; Qualifikationsgrad; Internationaler Vergleich; Europa; Europäischer Bildungsraum
sub-disciplineHigher Education
Organisation of Education, Educational Planning, Educational Legislation
Document typeMonograph, Collected Work or primary publication
ISBN978-1-63041-763-5
LanguageEnglish
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Abstract (English):This report gives a comprehensive overview of the profile of character of Professional Higher Education in Europe, using data collected from 16 countries in 2013. Chapter 2 Foreword – introduces the topic from a theoretical basis, based on the experiences of EURASHE in operating in the sector. Chapter 3 Characterising PHE – considers the different national definitions of PHE, as well as the constituent factors which are said to make up PHE across the continent. Chapter 4 Organisation & Structure of PHE – focuses on the type of institutions providing PHE, the qualifications offered by them and their systems of funding. Chapter 5 Teaching PHE – looks at curriculum design, collaboration with employers and staffing requirements as elements of the successful provision of PHE. Chapter 6 Research in PHE – makes an overview of national requirements for research in PHE, as well as availability of funding for research of PHE across Europe. Chapter 7 Recognition & Transferability – considers whether education in professionally oriented and academically oriented HE is considered to be equivalent, from the perspective of transferability between cycles. Chapter 8 Concluding Remarks – takes a look at current trends in European Education & Training which may affect the character, nature and/or profile of Professional Higher Education in the coming years. Throughout the chapters, several case studies are presented to further deepen the discussion on the areas. (DIPF/author)
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Date of publication25.10.2013
CitationCamilleri, Anthony F.; Delplace, Stefan; Frankowicz, Marek; Hudak, Raimund; EURASHE: Profile of Professional Higher Education in Europe. Malta : Knowledge Innovation Centre 2013, 52 S. - URN: urn:nbn:de:0111-opus-84324 - DOI: 10.25656/01:8432
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