A study of how Europe and its higher education system are perceived by third countries.
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This study investigates the perception of European higher education in third (non - European) countries. It sets out the results of a project conducted between November 2004 and December 2005 by the Academic Cooperation Association (ACA) in response to a call for tender issued by the European Commission’s Directorate for Education and Culture. The ultimate aim of the project was to develop recommendations for a European brand on the basis of the “perceptions of European higher education” of a wide range of stakeholders outside of Europe, the core group of which were present and future students in higher education. In other words, the study pursued two overriding aims:
Perception of European Higher Education in Third Countries
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