Revista electrónica: International Higher Education
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Spring Issue No. 106 (2021)    

No. 106   Spring Issue 2021

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DOI:https://doi.org/10.36197/IHE.2021.106.00

Spring Issue No. 106 (2021)

  • No. 106 Spring Issue 2021
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      No. 106 – Full issue
    • 01
      Universities without Academic Freedom Have No Place in Rankings
    • 02
      Education Agents and Their Work with Universities
    • 03
      Undervaluing Doctoral Education post COVID
    • 04
      Measuring Higher Education Access: Purpose and Context
    • 05
      Internationalization, Digitalization, and COVID: A German Perspective
    • 06
      Globally Engaged and Locally Relevant: Revisiting Higher Education
    • 07
      Germany: Policies for Internationalization
    • 08
      South Africa: Developing an Internationalization Policy
    • 09
      Internationalization and India’s New Education Policy
    • 10
      Brexit is Done: What Next for UK Higher Education?
    • 11
      UK’s Turing Scheme: The Challenges Ahead
    • 12
      Russian Academic Excellence—A Long Struggle
    • 13
      Russian Higher Education and the Demographic Revolution
    • 14
      Are China’s “Sea Turtles” Becoming “Seaweed”? A Changing Job Market
    • 15
      China: Graduates Brace for the Toughest Job Market
    • 16
      For-Profit Higher Education in Latin America: Exception or Precursor?
    • 17
      Privatization and Unequal Access in India
    • 18
      Poland: A Decade of Reforms (2010–2020)

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