Germany

Jos Koelman, Jos Koelman

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Abstract

The German system of higher education is a binary system that consists of a university and a non-university sector. The institutions of higher education in these two sectors include all institutions (public and private) as defined in the higher education laws of the Länder. Each Land has its own ministry responsible for higher education. At the federal level the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung is responsible for the implementation of the federal law on higher education (Hochschulrahmengesetzes, HRG). In 1998 in Germany 344 institutions of higher education existed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFixed and Fuzzy Boundaries in Higher Education. A comparative study of (binary) structures in nine countries
EditorsJ. Huisman, F. Kaiser
Place of PublicationDen Haag
PublisherAdviesraad voor het Wetenschaps- en Technologie-beleid
Pages55-66
Number of pages114
ISBN (Print)90 346 3911 8
Publication statusPublished - 2001

Publication series

NameAWT-AS
PublisherAdviesraad voor het Wetenschaps- en Technologiebeleid
Number19
Volume19

Keywords

  • IR-85218
  • METIS-205447

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