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Highereducation in the Third World

Philip G. Altbach

Highereducation in the Third World

themes and variations

by Philip G. Altbach

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Published by Sangam in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementPhilip G. Altbach.
The Physical Object
Pagination239p. ;
Number of Pages239
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20964772M
ISBN 100861321480

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The third world does not escape universities from developing countries. Research results, or rank, may be acceptable parameters to validate the quality of higher education received by job. The World Higher Education Database (WHED) This resource from UNESCO and the International Association of Universities (IAU) includes information available on the higher education systems of some countries and territories worldwide. College and Character.

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