Przyszłość uniwersytetów w Europie: motywy dyskusji i ich polskie konteksty

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Marek Kwiek

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Prezentowany tekst zawiera krótką analizę najważniejszych motywów dyskusji toczących się w Europie i dotyczących przyszłości tradycyjnej instytucji uniwersytetu, które są istotne w kontekście polskim. Siedem motywów najważniejszych w polskim kontekście to równość dostępu do szkolnictwa wyższego i ekspansja systemów edukacyjnych, współfinansowanie studiów, finansowa niezależność uczelni, wyższe wykształcenie jako dobro prywatne i dobro publiczne, przedsiębiorczość uczelni, zmieniająca się dynamika relacji prywatne – publiczne w szkolnictwie wyższym oraz regionalna misja uczelni.

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Kwiek, M. (2014). Przyszłość uniwersytetów w Europie: motywy dyskusji i ich polskie konteksty. Nauka I Szkolnictwo Wyższe, (1-2(43-44), 71-90. Pobrano z https://pressto.amu.edu.pl/index.php/nsw/article/view/1620
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Marek Kwiek, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

filozof, profesor zwyczajny doktor habilitowany, pracuje na Uniwersytecie Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu (UAM). Specjalizuje się w badaniach nad problematyką związaną ze szkolnictwem wyższym. Dyrektor Centrum Studiów nad Polityką Publiczną (od 2002) i kierownik Katedry UNESCO Badań Instytucjonalnych i Polityki Szkolnictwa Wyższego UAM (od 2012).

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