HIGHER EDUCATION IN REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES
European trends for reforms in this social sphere. The Bologna reforms started as an idea to create inclusive higher education where mobility of study programs, students and academic staff can provide more quality and practical utilization of knowledge. In Republic of Macedonia this process was upgraded with the tendency for dispersion of higher education programs. But more factors such as demographic indicators, quality of study programs, technical and material preconditions, and the political priorities of state authorities, create space for debates of necessity and success of this policy. In this paper we are starting with the functional aspects of regional higher education structure, followed with analyses of the Macedonian case, and presenting results of conducted survey.
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