based on altering one's behavior in order to achieve a set goal. In highereducation, students are expected to be prepared to take responsibility for their own learning. Studies have pointed out the importance of a supportive context in the self
In this study, we endeavor to map the foreign language learning attitude of highereducation (HE) students as well as the social background of these student groups. Good command of foreign languages is of key
Student progression in highereducation (HE) has been an enduring issue in European HE policy due to its inclusion in the European Union’s strategic document “Education and Training 2020” ( European Commission
Shanghai among the most widely cited ranking lists of the world of international highereducation. We faced three research issues during our research. First, we were interested in the extent to which the widespread, also press-generated impression of
It is my argument that the reform of Hungarian higher
education is subordinate to a larger neoliberal agenda involving the
marketization of public services and is driven by the international financial
community through the policies of the World Bank and the European Union.
Specifically, the five most frequently cited goals of the reform of Hungarian
higher education (the integration of state-run higher education institu__
informal powers ( Hénard & Mitterle, 2010 ). If the governance of highereducation by the state could until the 1980s often be typified as governance by regulation, or state control, the relationship has been shifting since then under the new public
review of various theoretical concepts in connection with the main idea of integrating workplace learning and technical highereducation through technology.
The article then gives the results of the qualitative inquiries, discusses various
Increasing the number of students who complete their highereducation (HE) studies is growing significantly across Europe; it is seen to contribute to individual and national prosperity, and to improve the