Sprachwechsel zur englischen Seite Eduserver Gebärdensprache DGS-Button Leichte Sprache LS-Button
advanced search


Education Systems International

Keyword from Index: higher education policy

key words found 1 - 122 of 122

The governmental Ministiry of Higher Education is in charge of regulating, expanding and developing Afghanistan\'s institutions of higher education. On their website you can find various information and documents, e.g. legal documents, an overview of universities in Afghanistan and academic programs such as research projects and e-learning programs. The ministry also publishes [...]

swissuniversities works to strengthen and enhance collaboration among Swiss institutions of higher education and promotes a common voice on educational and research issues in Switzerland. Furthermore, swissuniversities performs coordination tasks and acts on the international level as the national rectors\' conference for all universities, universities of applied science and [...]

Europe; Germany; Italy; France; Spain; Sweden; Portugal; Netherlands; Finland; United Kingdom; Ireland; Denmark; Belgium
The network YERUN was founded in 2014 and has 18 member Universities in Europe. The criterion for membership was that the universities are not older than 50 years. They cooperate in the sector of education, EU policy, graduate employability and research. In 2018, seven member universities came together to form YUFE – Young Universities for the Future of Europe". YUFE wants [...]

Article in the online magazine Times Higher Education about the possible consequences of Catalan independence on higher education. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

The website of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, which unfortunately is only available in French, provides information on the three foci of the ministry, that is Higher Education, Research and Innovation. You will also find information on the ministry\'s strategy, on international cooperation, on questions concerning employees in this [...]

This French Wikipedia article provides an overview of the history of teachers\' unions in France as well as of current developments and existing unions in the field of education. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Formerly known as "Vereniging van Samenwerkende Nederlandse Universiteiten", the VSNU officially represents the fourteen Dutch research Universities. The association\'s website provides information on its focus areas, among others: human resources, research, education, finance, governance & accountability, international affairs, communication & public affairs. Furthermore, [...]

Australia; New Zealand; Hong Kong; China
The Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia is a scholarly society for people committed to the advancement of higher and tertiary education. It promotes the development of higher education policy, practice and the study of teaching and learning.

Universities Austria (UNIKO) is a non-profit association under private law. Its purpose is to assist the Austrian universities in the fulfilment of their tasks and responsibilities and thus to foster scholarship and research. Universities Austria handles the internal coordination of the 21 public Austrian universities, it represents them in national and international [...]

The multi independent institution ADIP has its seat in Athens and is controlled by the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs for the legacy of its actions. ADIP supports and implements processes to guarantee and improve the quality of higher education institutions for research and technology. Its aim is to support transparency as well as international development and [...]

The Athena Plan that was already passed in March 2013 by the Greek parliament is responsible for enormous changes and discussion concerning the tertiary sector. With respect to this the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs informs about central issues in Greek. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

The main aim of POSDEP since its establishment in 1989 has been to ensure that Greek governments will provide students with public, free university education and that the universities will be totally independent; fiscally, administratively, institutionally. POSDEP is mainly in contact with the Federation of Associations of Technical Institutions (OSEP-TEI) and the Union of [...]

The General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT) in the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs of Greece is e.g. responsible for research cooperation and support in science and technology. At a multilateral level its mission is to harmonize research and technological activities with the demands of the international community. [Abstract: Site editor’s [...]

Greece; Germany
The website of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) provides ample information on academic exchange and cooperation with Greece. Information only available in German. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

Overview of the European Commission on activities of the European Union in the field of Higher Education in Europe. The site provides introductions and links to activities, programes, strategies, agendas and more. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

One of the actions of the IAU (International Association of Universities) lies in the field of Internationalisation of Higher Education. The actions comprise a "Global Surveys" serie, published since 2003, a working group, policy statements, an "Internationalization Strategies Advisory Service (ISAS)" and an expert group on "Re-thinking internationalization". [Abstract: [...]

Europe; international
The Institutional Award for Innovation in Internationalisation was created in 2012 and is awarded annually by the European Association for International Education (EAIE). The website provides information on criteria for selection as well as on former winners. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

"EUA´s role in promoting the external dimension of the Bologna Process, and whether and to what extent the association should enhance its international activities, have been addressed briefly in the Action Plan 2006/7 and set out in more detail in a paper prepared by Pierre de Maret and discussed by the Board in January 2006. The importance of the international dimension of [...]

Response of the European University Association to the public consultation on the future EU Programmes For European And International Mobility And Cooperation (2010). The documents contains eight recommendations on these issues. [Abstract: Site editor’s information]

The website provides basic information on the "Handbook Internationalisation of Higher Education", such as table of contents, abstracts and information on authors. Access to the fulltext of the articles is subject to a fee. [Abstract: Editors of Education Worldwide]

This document contains the new internationalisation strategy of the European Union, launched in July 2013. The communication is about internationalisation strategies of European Universities. Content: 1. EUROPE AND THE GLOBAL RACE FOR TALENT 2. KEY PRIORITIES FOR HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS AND MEMBER STATES: TOWARDS COMPREHENSIVE [...]

South Africa, Republic
The website provides information on the structure and the work of the ministry. You will find documents (fulltext) on aims, programmes, strategies, reports, policies, legislation and more. Apart from the Ministry for Higher Education and Training there is also a Ministry for Basic Education (see for [Abstract: Editors of [...]

Bolivia; Colombia; Ecuador; Venezuela; Peru; Brazil; Cuba; Haiti; Puerto Rico; Dominican Republic; Costa Rica; Guatemala; El Salvador; Honduras; Nicaragua; Panama; Argentina; Chile; Paraguay; Uruguay; Mexico; United States; Caribbean
The Union of Universities of Latin America and the Caribbean (UDUAL) is an international organism founded with the objective to promote the universities of the member countries. The aim is the fostering of cooperation of Latin American and Caribbean universities amongst themselves as well as with other institutions and cultural organisations as the UNESCO; the cultural [...]

Costa Rica
The National Accreditation System for Higher Education (SINAES) is an institution of the Costa Rican state entrusted with the objective to promote the constant improvement of the quality in the higher education sector of the country. The system has been adapted by governmental as well as private university and parauniversity higher education institutions, which obligated [...]

The French-language Wikipedia entry on education in Tunisia presents the educational system of the country, from infancy to adult education. It also provides an overview of the educational reforms since the 50s and a number of links.

The National Interuniversity Council (CIN) was founded in 1985. Since then, it is the nucleus for the national universities, which joined the organisation voluntarily, according to their autonomy. Thus, the CIN is the coordinative organisation of university politics. The highest authority of the CIN is the plenary of rectors. It gathers every six months for an ordinary session.

The Councils for the Regional Planning of Higher Education (CPRES) are institutions which unite all actors of Argentinian higher education: National and private universities as well as national and provincial government offices. Thus it is the only horizontal organ of coordination, an authority of exchange of the higher education sector on a regional level. It performs [...]

Latin America
The RIEPESAL is an institutional network of researchers who do research on higher education policy. Unfortunately, RIEPESAL\'s website is outdated (last information from about 2011). The website provides information on conferences, publications and some Open Access articles published by RIEPESAL members. RIEPESAL was founded in 2004 and has its headquarter in the Instituto [...]

This website shows the official representation of the Mauritanian Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research.

The Mauritanian Ministry for National Education, Higher Education and Scientific Research provides on its website documents, laws and official decrees concerning the official higher education and scientific policy.

The Higher Education Council (HEC) is an independent Government Agency. It is responsible for ensuring the structure, organisation and functioning of higher education institutions, for monitoring and evaluating the quality and standard of provision and for ensuring the quality enhancement of teaching and research. It advises the Minister in charge of Higher Education on all [...]

Denmark; Sweden; Finland; Norway; Iceland; Greenland; Faroe Islands; Northern Europe
Nordic inter-governmental co-operation on research and education is headed up by the education and research ministers, who make up the MR-U. The role of the Nordic Council of Ministers for Education and Research is to help ensure that the Nordic Region retains a leading position as a knowledge and skills region. Nordic co-operation involves Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway [...]

The Regional Conference of Western Universities (CRUO) consists of the following members: Responsible persons of higher education and research institutions which carry out relevant research for the Ministry for Higher Education and Scientifical Research, the representative of the general director of the national bureau for university work and the secretary of the CRUO. The [...]

The task of the ministry for culture, higher education and research is among other things the planning and administration of the Luxembourgish education system. It facilitates the university access for the students, offers information about the lodging situation as well as scholarships etc. and maintains contacts to international education institutions.

The Canadian Federation of Students was formed in 1981 to provide students with an effective and united voice, provincially and nationally. The stated goal of the CFS is to work at the federal level and provincial levels for high quality, accessible post-secondary education.

This report published in 2005 on demand of the German Academic Exchange Service analyses in detail the kyrgyz university system. It has a focus on international cooperations and the potential for the export of German degree programmes.

UNICA is a network of 42 universities from the capital cities of Europe. Its role is to promote academic excellence, integration and co-operation between member universities throughout Europe. UNICA seeks to be a driving force in the development of the Bologna process and to facilitate the integration of universities from Central and Eastern Europe into the European higher [...]

United Kingdom
The Russell Group is an association of 20 major research-intensive universities of the United Kingdom. Formed in 1994 at a meeting convened in Russell Square, the Group is composed of the Vice- Chancellors/Principals of the Universities. The website lists the member universities and contains statements on current issues in education policy.

Scotland; United Kingdom
The SFC is in charge of distributing funds to colleges and universities in Scotland, it publishes and disseminates relevant information and statistics.

United Kingdom
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) was created by the merger of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) and the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (BERR). Education-related policy areas of the department are further education and skills and higher education.

United Kingdom
The Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) was established in November 2002, with the aim to ensure as far as possible that higher education policy development in the UK is informed by research and by knowledge of the experience of others. HEPI's key function is to raise issues, stimulate discussion and disseminate research findings. It aims to build a bridge between policy [...]

This short bibliography is an excerpt from the database of the "Specialized Information Network International Relations and Area Studies" (FIV-IBLK).

This Website is part of one of the two most important Japanese daily newspapers. It offers addresses, information, news and links to and about Japan's universities.

international; Asia; Pacific Rim
APARNET was established to promote and facilitate discussion on qualifications recognition and related issues amongst the National Academic Recognition and Information Centres (NARICs) of the Asia- Pacific region.

This is the official Site of the Ministry of Higher Education Employment and Social Security, it provides information about labour market regulations, training and study opportunities as well as scholarships.

This is the official site of the Kurdistan Regional Government\'s Ministry of Higher Education in Iraq. It provides information about the latest improvements at the universities in the region.

This is the official site of the Iraq ministry for higher education and scientific research. It informs about the departments of the ministry and the higher education institutions in Iraq.

This background report for the OECD-review of the Norwegian tertiary education system has been written by NIFU STEP, an independent research foundation, on behalf of the Ministry of Education and Research, January 2005. It describes among others the national context of higher education and the labour market tertiary education, gives an overall description of the tertiary [...]

Austria is an open platform for doctoral candidates (PhD equivalent) and junior researchers, research and education policy makers and media. Its aims are: Introducing the interests of doctoral candidates in national and European research and education policy, pointing the attention to problems, to issues concerning doctoral candidates, suggesting solutions; providing [...]

The CRUI is the association of the rectors of Italian state and private universities. Since 2001, the Conference of Italian University Rectors has been flanked in its managerial and executive functions by the CRUI Foundation. The strategic instruments of the CRUI and the CRUI Foundation are as follows: The School for University Management and the Promotion of New Educational [...]

The Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) is an independent, not-for-profit national agency that promotes, audits, and reports on quality assurance in Australian higher education. The website contains information on AUQA and gives access to full-text versions of its publications as well as to the Good Practice Database, which contains Good Practices in higher [...]

"The National Union of Students (NUS) is the peak student organisation body of Australia representing student interests to government, universities and the community." Its website contains information on the NUS, its activities and campaigns as well as information and advice on various aspects of student life.

KSU is the oldest National Student Union in Europe. It represents all students attending University, Junior College, Medical School, Institute of Health Care and the Malta Centre of Restoration both on a national and international level. The executive members are elected through the Annual General Meeting.

The Austrian National Students Union (ÖH) is based on federal law - the Hochschülerschaftsgesetz. It is the only recognised representation of all students at Austrian Universities and Academies of education. ÖH is financially, administratively and politically independent and represent students politically and administratively on the level of subject, faculty, university and [...]

The JSPS was founded as an autonomous body for the promotion of all sciences in 1932, and operates as a "quasi-government organisation" since the 1960s. Its main objective concerns the promotion of international co-operation in the field of university education. The home page provides links to the budget, objectives, organisational structure, overseas offices and international [...]

This study authored by the bureau of social technology and evaluation research examines the effects the implementation of study fees has on the participation in studying and the studying behaviour of Austrian students. Within the framework of this examination the choice of subjects and orientation in the labour market is scrutinized, the forces for abandoning studies are as [...]

The case study contains the following chapters: 1. Introduction; 2. Historical background; 3. Students: access and equity; 4. Teaching Staff; 5. Relevance, quality and quantity; 6. ICT policies and use; 7. Finance and governance; 8. Conclusions and recommendations.

The case study contains the following chapters: 1. Historical background; 2. The process and impact of institutional reform; 3. The ingredients of institutional transformation; 4. Economic, political and education sector transformation; 5. unfinished business.

The case study concentrates particularly on Makerere University and contains the following chapters: 1. Introduction; 2. Historical background; 3. Problems of Makerere University in the context of political climate (1970-1990); 4. Change and recovery through institutional reform; 5. Challenges and unfinished business: 6. Recommendations; 7. Conclusion.

The Partnership for Higher Education in Africa is an initiative of foundations of the United States for supporting higher education in African countries. This website contains information about the Partnership, the full text of publications sponsored by the Partnership, and links to other sites.

The National Council on Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) in Argentina was founded in 1958. The web site provides information about the organizational structure, administrative bodies, statutes, activities and programs, documents and other publications of the council and a link list of the member universities and institutes. According to its website, both the [...]

The Counsil of Rectors of Panama has several functions to rise the quality of public and private universities and their administration, e. g.coordination and information of the member universities and developing regulations concerning minimal requirements for academic degrees. The web site provides information about these tasks, the organisation structure, projects and [...]

This web site of the Education Ministry provides answers to all questions of higher education, from higher education law, study courses, admission, research to evaluation and quality control.

This web site provides the text of the higher education reform law from 2001.

This website provides information about the Latvian education and higher education system, higher education institutions and of the "Bologna- process" in Latvia.

This web site provides links to the entire text of the new university law ( 2001), its drafts and some Royal Decrees about study organization and degrees. The text of the law has the following URL: ley_universidades.pdf (26 pages pdf-file).

South America; Argentina; Bolivia; Chile; Peru
This organization promotes the cooperation of the universities in the West Central region of South America. The web site provides information about the organizational structure, administrative bodies, statutes, activities and programs, documents and other publications of the council and a link list of the member universities.

The general mission of this organization is to promote higher education as a basic prerequisite of the enhancement of social, scientific and technological progress and to disseminate knowledge into the society. The web site provides information about the corporation itself, a study program in "asentamientos humanos", publications (among them the journal "Estudios Sociales") [...]

Costa Rica
The National Rectors Council (CONARE) is commissioned with the coordination and planning of higher education policy in Costa Rica - four tertiary institutions are the members of the body - they can be found on the homepage which provides information about structure and activities of the Council, its legal bases and various special programs, e.g. civic education, sustainable [...]

Trinidad and Tobago
This web site is a complimentary information service offered by the National Institute of Higher Education Research, Science and Technology (NIHERST) which is mandated to develop these areas, to coordinate training programs and popularise science and technology. The other main mission is the accreditation of post-secondary educational programmes. The homepage shows the [...]

Trinidad and Tobago
The ministry was established in December 2001 and one of its primary responsibilities is the development of the national human resource through tertiary education and training in the areas of academics, technical vocational training, scientific research and discovery. The web site's major parts are about the ministry itself, its sub-units (research, planning and technical [...]

The Peruvian National Rectors Assembly has several functions to rise the quality of public and private universities and their administration, e.g. coordination and information of the member universities, development of regulations concerning minimal requirements for academic degrees or conflict solving within the universities. The web site provides information about these [...]

The council, consisting mainly of the ten heads of the country\'s tertiary institutions, is the administrative body which coordinates and advises the functioning of the universities and works out propositions for higher education policy. The web site provides texts about objectives, vision and mission of the CNU, the text of a law concerning autonomy of higher education [...]

Dominican Republic
The homepage of the ministry shows, beside a box about the ministry itself, the following areas: higher education ( institutions, scholarships, information technology in higher education, service and counselling, virtual library); science and technology (projects, service); the national information system. Furthermore, there are numerous hints on national, international and [...]

The Deputy Ministry for Science and Technology (VCyT) is subordinate to the ministry of education of Bolivia. It is responsible for the planification and the support of research, development and innovation activities of the country. The web site provides descriptions of the three departments of the Ministry: general university education, technical and technological education [...]

Jamaica; Jamaica
The mission of UCJ is to increase the availability of University level training in Jamaica, through accreditation of institutions, courses and programmes for recognition and acceptability. The Council is empowered to confer degrees, diplomas, certificates and other academic awards and distinctions on those who have pursued courses approved by the Council at associated tertiary [...]

This web site provides comprehensive and detailed information about all issues of higher education. Particular features are: higher education statistics (see "SIES") and a searchable data base of all tertiary institutions ( see "directorio de instituciones").

The Swiss Higher Education Conference is the joint organization of the cantons and the Confederation for university politics. It has the power to enforce a number of decisions in defined areas and has the following tasks: Issuing directives on the length of studies and recognition of previous studies and qualifications binding on the partners to the agreement; awarding [...]

Cameroon\'s Ministry of Higher Education site provides detailed information about the ministry (address, duty, mission; the minister; news) and about the country\'s university system. Further sections also include practical and administrative information: Announcements (e.g. for scholarships), laws and regulations, equivalence of certificates.

Universities Austria handles the internal coordination of the 21 public Austrian universities, it represents them in national and international organisations and is the public voice of the universities. Furthermore, Universities Austria provides administrative and organisational support to the National University Federation (Dachverband der Universitäten).

The ministry is responsible for management and planing of higher education of IRAN.Training of expertise in all levels from and first degree to Doctorate is organized under supervision of this ministry. The homepage provides access to texts about the higher education system in Iran and the policy of the Ministry, statistical data about higher education, a database consisting [...]

Information on the federation and the point system for universities. List of publications, annual reports to download, links to legal statements, salary schemes and research information.

Universities Denmark is the organization of the eight Danish universities to enhance their cooperation, visibility and impact. Universities Denmark works to ensure that its members have the best possible conditions for shouldering their responsibility towards research, research-based education and dissemination of knowledge. University management and staff convene at [...]

The Conference of the Spanish University Principals in this website provides information about its mission and organization (commissions for many special agenda, e.g. student orientation), its political actions, the developments concerning the Higher Education Administration Law (LOU), international cooperation and statistical sources. Furthermore, there is a link list of all [...]

Arab States
AARU\'s objectives are mainly to enhance cooperation amongst Arab universities and to coordinate their efforts with a view to raising the quality of university and higher education. It also aims at encouraging scientific research. The 146 member universities are represented by their governors in the Association Council. The homepage provides links to the member universities, [...]

This website of the Argentinian Education Ministry provides information about all issues of studying in Argentina and the higher education system. An index of the services offered and a thematic index give access to the texts.

The Ministry of Education of Argentina is an organ dependent from the National Executive Pover which elaborates, analyses and implements education policies and strategies. The website informs about every level of education and about Argentinian culture. Also, educational links are offered.

The UGC is a national body for the coordination, determination and maintenance of standards of University education. It serves as a vital link between the Union and State Governments and the institution of higher learning. In addition to its role of giving grants to universities and colleges, it also advises Central and State Governments on the measures necessary for the [...]

The AIU enhances the cooperation of Indian universities in many ways. It looks after its interests in national higher education policy and helps its member universities to fulfil their objectives and services. The homepage shows links to texts about: objectives, organisation of AIU and its publications, including short summaries and order forms. [Abstract: Editors of [...]

Quality assurance in Thai higher education refers to activities as a mechanism, planning, and systematic activities implemented. The homepage provides texts about quality assurance policy and processes / methods and quality assurance reports of each single higher education institution in Thailand.

Czech Republic
The Homepage of ENIC Czech Republic leads to the site of the Centre for Higher Education Studies. This Centre was established in 1991 as a state-funded institution by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. Its mission is to collect, analyze, collate and disseminate information concerning higher education and research policy. The main activities of the centre are directed [...]

Text of an article about higher education in Ghana published in "The Commonwealth Universities Year Book 1997-98"; Vol.1; pp 649-656.

The website of the French conference of university presidents provides information about the mission and work of the organisation, its views of higher education policy, its members and publications. The official name actually is "Conférence des chefs d\'établissements de l\'enseignement supérieur". The CPU is one of two components of this conference. Meanwhile, the CPU\'s [...]

This link list gives a rather heterogeneous impression. It lists resources from official bodies (ministries, national organizations) and from "other resources". By clicking "edu" in the navigation bar at the top of the homepage a link list for education is provided.

The information provided on this website of the Higher Education Department of the Education Ministry includes information about all issues of higher education policy such as legislation, evaluation of higher education staff and other evaluation issues, congresses, research etc.

South Africa, Republic
This website is designed to support higher education in South Africa and people working to transform it. There are links to most South African universities, technikons, and higher education consortia, as well as numerous research and policy documents.

The Executive Committee of the Bolivian University (CEUB) is the central joint body of the Bolivian universities and represents them against the state and abroad. The web site of this organization provides full texts about the structure and missions of the CEUB, documents mainly about study courses and degrees, university admission (also for foreigners), statistics and various [...]

Northern Ireland; United Kingdom
"NUS-USI represents the interests of over 195,000 students in Northern Ireland and campaigns on their behalf in many different fields such as student hardship, health, prejudice and accommodation. We also provide an infrastructure which helps individual Students\' Unions in the North of Ireland to develop their own work through our research, training and development functions".

The homepage of the Higher Education Ministry leads to full texts about structure and mission of the Ministry and of other organizations of research and higher education, to the web-sites of the 6 universities and of private institutions. Additional current information.

The Higher Education Authority is the statutory planning and development body for higher education and research in Ireland. The HEA has wide advisory powers throughout the whole of the third-level education sector. In addition it is the funding authority for the universities, institutes of technology and a number of designated higher education institutions. The research [...]

The European University Association (EUA) represents and supports higher education institutions in 47 countries, providing them with a unique forum to cooperate and keep abreast of the latest trends in higher education and research policies. It actively promotes the European dimension of academic and institutional activities by facilitating dialogue and cooperation among its [...]

The EAN aims to encourage wider access to higher education in all European countries for those who are currently under-represented, whether for reasons of gender, ethnic origin, nationality, age, disability, employment status, income level, family background, vocational training, geographic location, or earlier educational disadvantage.

Wales; United Kingdom
The Welsh Government provides ample information on education and skills on its topic site.

The homepage shows links to full text information about the UGC itself, full text information about fellowships and scholarships, a link list of the universities and full text about the Bangladesh Education and Research Network.

CHEPS is a research institute that seeks to make a significant contribution to understanding policy-making, governance and management in higher education. The website provides an informative overview of CHEPS: work, projects and publications, and staff. Research topics: higher education governance and management; quality assurance and quality management; higher education [...]

Norway; Europe
The history of the Institute goes back to the late 1950s as a group within the Norwegian Research Council for Science and the Humanities, NAVF. Through over twenty-five years of activities, the Institute has gained considerable expertise in issues related to research and higher education nationally and internationally. The Institute is a key actor in delivering statistics, [...]

The Colombian Institute for the Promotion of Higher Education is subordinate to the Education Ministry and responsible for planning and implementing all higher education policy initiatives. The homepage has 4 links which lead to full text information: 1) The institute: its departments and mission, including research and information. 2) Online services: the information system [...]

Israel; China; India
"The Council for Higher Education (CHE) was established in accordance with the Council for Higher Education Law 5718-1958, as the State institution in Israel responsible for higher education. The goal was to establish a public, apolitical, independent and professional body to stand between the Government and the institutions of higher education and to deal with all issues [...]

South Africa, Republic
This is the official website of the Ministry for Basic (primary and secondary) Education in South Africa. The website provides information on school development, different forms of performance assessment, materials for educators / teachers, information on educational management and administrative questions. Furthermore, you will find information on educational programmes like [...]

United States
Most important US journal on Higher Education. Subscription USD 82, 50 per year. Some parts of the site are free to all. They include: Colloquy, an open forum on issues in higher education and a searchable job database.

The homepage of the Chilenian Education Ministry is leading to full text information about the Ministry, the preschool, school and higher education system and reforms in these areas, cultural activities and one discussion forum named "round table". The education statistics may be shown as full texts, but individual searches in the statistical data base are also possible. Links [...]

The Swiss Science Council (SSC) is the advisory body to the Federal Council for issues related to science, higher education, research and technology policy. Acting as the voice of the scientific community, the SSC formulates overarching concepts for the benefit of the Federal Council and proposes implementing measures to it. The goal of the SSC, in conformity with its role as [...]

United Kingdom; Scotland
Universities Scotland, formerly The Committee of Scottish Higher Education Principals (COSHEP), unites the Scottish higher education institutions and "exists to promote their good work, to argue for the public support needed to maintain and build on their achievements, and to develop policy on Scottish higher education issues".

Universities Canada (formerly The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC)) is considered to be the national voice for Canadian universities, representing many public and private not-for-profit universities and university degree-level colleges. As an organization its mission is to foster and promote the interests of higher education and university research. By [...]

The Canadian Association of University Teachers is the national voice of university academic staff in Canada. Established in 1951, CAUT is a federation of faculty associations/unions and represents members in every province by: promoting the interests of teachers, professional librarians and researchers in Canadian universities and university colleges, advancing the standards [...]

In most industries, employer groups operate to represent and advise their members on industrial matters which affect them. AHEIA represents universities and other higher education providers. It is registered as an employer association under the federal Workplace Relations Act 1996. The website provides information on the activities and services of the assosication.

United Kingdom
THE replaced the famous THES magazine in 2008. It provides information about the British and international higher education system and academical job market. The website contains also an archive of back issues from October 1994 onwards. For full access registration is necessary, a free issue is available.

The website of Australia's union for tertiary education staff offers information on the union itself, its campaigns and services for members, information about employment rights and current debates concerning higher education policy. It also provides access to full text versions of its journals and other publications.

The Flemish Interuniversity Council (VLIR) is, on behalf of the Flemish Universities, the responsible actor towards the Belgian Government when the Flemish university cooperation for development is concerned.

The German Education Server (eduserver) is an information portal maintained by the federal authorities and the sixteen federal states in the Federal Republic of Germany. The eduserver provides access to information on the education system of the Federal Republic of Germany. The eduserver makes the high-quality information available through a system of databases. The range of [...]

United Kingdom
"CVCP (The Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom) is now to be known as Universities UK, a new name that reflects its direction as the representative organisation of heads of universities in the UK and higher education colleges in Scotland and Wales". The site informs about higher education and higher education policy.

Scotland; United Kingdom
Responsibilities include: Further and higher education, science and lifelong learning, school education, training and skills, HM Inspectorate of Education and the Scottish Qualifications Authority, nurseries and childcare, children\'s services, children\'s hearings, social work and HM Social Work Inspectorate.

Inhalt auf sozialen Plattformen teilen (nur vorhanden, wenn Javascript eingeschaltet ist)

Weitere Plattformen zum Teilen der Inhalte