English, Article edition: Increasing University Student Mobility: A European Policy Agenda Gudrun Biffl

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  • Increasing University Student Mobility: A European Policy Agenda
Author
  • Gudrun Biffl
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  • The EC promotes the mobility of tertiary education students in an effort to promote the establishment of a Single European education space. However, increasing student mobility within the EU raises the question of equal treatment of students of another EU member state. This becomes a contested issue as it has budgetary consequences for countries which become net-university educators.
  • tertiary education; enrolment rates to tertiary education; tertiary graduation rates; university tuition fees; student loans; student grants and scholarships; free mobility of labour; efficient allocation of resources; Austria
  • RePEc:wfo:wquart:y:2004:i:2:p:54-66
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