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Should We Become More International or More Regional? Aspects of Minority Higher Education in Europe
Addresses the problem of educating minorities when the political borders of European nation-states fail to coincide with ethno-linguistic realities. Suggests two solutions to problems of higher education for ethno-linguistic minorities: (1) multilingual universities, and (2) regional cooperation in higher education in border areas. (Author/DB)
Author/Creator: Kozma, Tamas, Radacsi, Imre
Journal/Secondary Title: Higher Education in Europe
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Theme issue: "Higher Education Internationalization Strategies: Of Marginal Significance or All-Pervasive?"
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