George Sharvashidze – Private Higher Education in Georgia

In this book the author describes the process of private sector introduction in Georgia’s higher education system. He foresees it as a major and important step for the country’s modernization. However, the drawbacks and hardships are also described. The major obstacles are the lack of appropriate legislative framework and the need of adaptation the educational system to the new social and economic realities. The author also mentions the importance of establishing links between higher education institutions and the labor market. Finally, the necessity of quality assurance is highlighted.

Sharvashidze, G. (2005). Private higher education in Georgia. International Institute for Educational Planning.

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