Integrating Europe through Co-operation among Universities: The Experiences of the TEMPUS Programme

Kehm, B.M., Maiworm, F., Over, A., Reisz, R.D., Steube, W. and Teichler, U. (1997) Integrating Europe through Co-operation among Universities: The Experiences of the TEMPUS Programme. Series: Higher education policy series, 43. Jessica Kingsley: London. ISBN 9781853024955

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Abstract

The TEMPUS Programme was launched by the Council of the European Communities in 1990, intended to promote reforms of the higher education systems in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) partner countries and to support the adjustment of these countries to the needs of a market economy. The text contains findings and results with regard to the first phase of the TEMPUS Programme. It provides evidence of the Programme's intentions and actual achievements in supporting renewal and reforms and in contributing to economic restructuring. In order to give a comprehensive evaluation and an accurate overview, description and analysis of the programme activities is given according to their structure, their administrative support and their actual realization in the higher education institutions.

Item Type:Books
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Kehm, Professor Barbara
Authors: Kehm, B.M., Maiworm, F., Over, A., Reisz, R.D., Steube, W., and Teichler, U.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Education
Publisher:Jessica Kingsley
ISBN:9781853024955

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