By Stefanie Schwarz, Don F. Westerheijden
This quantity offers a wealthy account of the advance of accreditation and review in 20 eu international locations. It exhibits how accreditation is changing into a major mechanism within the steerage of upper schooling throughout Europe. The e-book is exclusive in its research of forces riding in the direction of the unfold of alternative versions of accreditation within the rising eu better schooling area.
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G. sociology in contrast to social work). Usually, specialised accreditation will only analyse programmes in higher education institutions that have already been accredited institutionally. Implicit in the professional character of specialised accreditation is that criteria and standards are strongly influenced by the profession, rather than by academic interests. This is not to say that in the voluntary associations that co-ordinate and operate the accreditation activities, academics are not represented, but the outlook of the whole process is the functioning of practitioners in the non-academic labour market.
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Accreditation and Evaluation in the European Higher Education Area (Higher Education Dynamics) by Stefanie Schwarz, Don F. Westerheijden