Education Reform in Montenegro: Public and Private Tensions

Joseph Stetar, Vucina Zoric

Abstract


A small state with a population of approximately 650,000, Montenegro is unable to support complex and multiple systems of higher education. Currently there is one state institution and two private institutions. Higher education in Montenegro saw a growth of private universities over the last 15 years; however, Montenegro is a relatively poor country, and there is scarce support for any efforts to direct public monies to stimulate or support a private higher education sector.

Keywords


Public Policy; Reform and Change; Europe; Montenegro

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6017/ihe.2008.52.8026

 

 

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