Modernisation of higher education in Europe 2014
Access, retention and employability
The report sheds light on current national and institutional policies and practices aimed at increasing and widening access, reducing student dropout, and improving the employability of higher education graduates in Europe. The primary objective is to support Member States in their reform efforts by outlining and analysing national policies, and by highlighting evidence-based practice that is contributing effectively to positive outcomes. The impact of policies and practice on non-traditional groups in higher education is a particular focus of the report.
- Corporate author(s): Eurydice Themes: Education policy
- Subject: access to education, education budget, education policy, financing policy, higher education, job access, report
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