Assistant: Attila GÁL
Agnes Zsanett BICSAK
Csilla D FARKAS
Peter Cs SZABO
To put the regional phenomena and processes of the education and education policies of the "Partium" region into international contexts. Education policies, systems and practices have remained in national competencies in the European Union, according to the Maastricht Treaty. Regions and territories of the given member states may have various specific educational policies and practices, however they would always remain in the national frames. In order to understand educational policies and practices in the "Partium" region - a typical cross-border territory among Romania, Hungary and Ukraina - it is necessary to know the main trends of education and educational policies of the given states.
will be given to the birth and life span of the new higher education instiotutions born right after the political transitions of 1988-93. These are mostly institutions established at the time by local and regional forces, civil societies, religious, national and ethnic minorities. Narratives of their birth and first life cycles have been collected and analyzed comparatively in an earlier study under the title Minority Education in Central Europe. Having joined to the European Union and heading to the "European Higher Education Area" their futures are in question. Cases of their organisational behaviour inder the Bologna Process are studied comparatively.
New HE Institutions in Central Europe: The Birth (2001-03)
New HE Institutions in Central Europe: Their perspectives in the Bologna Process (2007-09)