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Reaching increased access, better quality, and relevance of higher education: Lessons learned from twenty years of transitional experience

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Mongolia’s higher education is undergoing dramatic changes since the country embarked on a multifaceted transformation. Together with internal driving forces that determined the directions of growing democratic and market-oriented currents, external winds crossing geographical boundaries of nation states have also had an effect on the relationships between and among major players in the academic arena. Newly introduced elements of academic freedom, institutional autonomy and diversified financing schemes altogether influence the formation of a new manifestation of the system forcing to alter the outdated legacy. Simultaneously, the system has expanded quantitatively at a high rate and considerably diversified modes of delivery. Along with these expansions, major stakeholders have expressed varying views and opinions concerning the emerging profile and developmental perspectives of higher education. In order to respond to these inquires, and explain the current state of the system in terms of the dimensions of access, relevance, and quality, a study has recently been undertaken. The study is sought to review these aspects of Mongolia’s higher education development in a comparative perspective and highlight potential policy and practical courses of action for further improvement.
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Regsuren, Bat-Erdene. and Javzan, Sukhbaatar. "Reaching increased access, better quality, and relevance of higher education: Lessons learned from twenty years of transitional experience" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p493748_index.html>

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Regsuren, B. and Javzan, S. "Reaching increased access, better quality, and relevance of higher education: Lessons learned from twenty years of transitional experience" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Fairmont Le Reine Elizabeth, Montreal, Quebec, Canada <Not Available>. 2014-11-26 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p493748_index.html

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Abstract: Mongolia’s higher education is undergoing dramatic changes since the country embarked on a multifaceted transformation. Together with internal driving forces that determined the directions of growing democratic and market-oriented currents, external winds crossing geographical boundaries of nation states have also had an effect on the relationships between and among major players in the academic arena. Newly introduced elements of academic freedom, institutional autonomy and diversified financing schemes altogether influence the formation of a new manifestation of the system forcing to alter the outdated legacy. Simultaneously, the system has expanded quantitatively at a high rate and considerably diversified modes of delivery. Along with these expansions, major stakeholders have expressed varying views and opinions concerning the emerging profile and developmental perspectives of higher education. In order to respond to these inquires, and explain the current state of the system in terms of the dimensions of access, relevance, and quality, a study has recently been undertaken. The study is sought to review these aspects of Mongolia’s higher education development in a comparative perspective and highlight potential policy and practical courses of action for further improvement.


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