Nine Common Errors in Building a New World-Class University
Keywords:Curriculum and Instruction, Financing and Funding, World-Class University,
AbstractLaunching a new tertiary education institution that aspires to attain the highest possible standards is a noble but extremely difficult enterprise. There are many commonly observable errors. The decision to build a world-class university must always be examined within the proper context to ensure full alignment with the national tertiary education strategy and to avoid distortions in resource-allocation patterns within the sector.
How to Cite
Salmi, J. (2011). Nine Common Errors in Building a New World-Class University. International Higher Education, (62). https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2011.62.8529
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