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Title: A Comparative Study of Country Laws on Private Higher Education: Possible Lessons for Ethiopia
Authors: Tamrat, Wondwosen (Assoc. Prof.)
Keywords: Country Laws,Private Higher Education
Issue Date: Aug-2005
Abstract: The growth of private higher education in many countries has necessitated the enactment of laws that govern the sector. Among other things, these laws provide legitimacy to PHEIs and help the government play both of its supporting and regulatory roles. In this small study an attempt has been made to investigate into the country laws of six countries from three continents. These countries are: Ethiopia, South Africa, China, India, Hungary and Bulgaria. The country laws have been investigated with respect to articles relating to: a. Process and Requirements in the establishment and closure of PHEIs b. Administration and Supervision c. Accreditation processes, and d. Support and Reward. A comparative analysis of the country laws has been made with a view to identifying lessons that could be drawn for Ethiopian private higher education.
Appears in Collections:Proceedings of the 3rd National Conference on Private Higher Education Institutions (PHEIs) in Ethiopia original

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