Higher education is mainly seen as a task of the state in Europe. Since the turn of the century, however, non-state higher education has seen a strong development in most countries of the European Union. For many students, it has become a real alternative.
This development is indicative of:
• civil society’s commitment to the common good,
• the pursuit of diversity in higher education,
• the desire for more autonomy in higher education,
• competition as an effective driver of innovation, quality and efficiency in higher education.
Klaus Hekking gives an overview of the development of non-state higher education in Europe and the political, legal and economic conditions that apply to it.
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