Confronting corruption: Ukrainian private higher education

Autor(es): 
Stetar, Joseph; Panych, Oleksiy; Cheng, Bin
Editor: 2005
Paginación: p. 13-15
Serie: International Higher Education, 38
Notas: Incl. app., bibliographical notes and references, glossary, index, list of acronyms, executive summary, notes on the authors, statistical annex

This paper attempts to understand the challenges facing higher education in Ukraine as a result of corruption. More specifically, it examines the issues of licensing and accreditation, using the finding of interviews conducted with 43 rectors, vice rectors, and administrators of five private universities; and that of student and faculty perspectives, using, in addition to the aforementioned interviews, the results of a survey of a sample of 77 faculty and 239 students at the same five private universities.

Enseñanza superior, Enseñanza privada
Corrupción, Herramientas de diagnóstico / Encuestas, Desarrollo económico y social, Gestión educacional, Administración escolar, Administración de la universidad , Control de calidad y acreditación, Alumnos/estudiantes, Personal universitario
Europa
Ucrania