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Rektorski lanac Sveučilišta u Zagrebu

Bologna Process

Bologna Process - novi službeni "Bologna Secretariat" web site

Službeni Bologna Process web site za period siječanj 2004 - lipanj 2005


Ministarstvo znanosti, obrazovanja i sporta

Stranice TEMPUS ureda Hrvatska

Sveučilište u Splitu

Sveučilište u Zagrebu


Sveučilište u Osijeku

Sveučilište u Rijeci

Sveučilište u Zadru


Sveučilište u Dubrovniku

Centar za istraživanje i razvoj obrazovanja



UNESCO-CEPES, Europski centar za visoko obrazovanje


UNESCO-ova katedra za menadžment u visokom obrazovanju na Babes-Bolyai sveučilištu u Cluju u Rumunjskoj


UNESCO-ova katedra za menadžment u visokom obrazovanju na Politehničkom sveučilištu u Barceloni u Španjolskoj


International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP)



Institucionalna mreža sveučilišta glavnih gradova Europe


Europska sveučilišna asocijacija



Central European Initiative(CEI)
The Central European Initiative (CEI) is composed of 17 Member States: Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia and Montenegro, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The CEI was established in 1989 as an intergovernmental forum for political, economic and cultural co-operation among its Member States. Its main aim was to help transition countries in Central Europe come closer to the EU. In the second half of 1990’s, the extension of its membership to South-eastern and Eastern Europe refocused its priorities on countries in special need.One of CEI’s objectives is to bring the countries of Central and Eastern Europe closer together and assist them in their preparation process for EU membership.

Europska asocijacija institucija u visokom obrazovanju / European Association of Institutions in Higher Education


Coimbra Group
The Coimbra Group is an association of long-established European multidisciplinary universities of high international standard committed to creating special academic and cultural ties in order to promote, for the benefit of its members, internationalisation, academic collaboration, excellence in learning and research, and service to society.

EUCEN was founded in 1991 and is now the largest European multidisciplinary Association in University Lifelong Learning. It is registered in Belgium as an international non-governmental non-profit making organisation and has 199 members from 42 countries.

The European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN), established in 1991, is the most comprehensive European association in open, flexible, distance and e-learning. Its aim is to foster developments in this constantly evolving field through offering services in a non-hierarchical manner. As a meeting place, EDEN assists a wide range of European institutions, networks and individuals in becoming involved in professional co-operation. This is achieved by the information and networking activities in the membership and by the organisation of European conferences and publications of the highest standard.


Admissions Officers' and Credential Evaluators' professional section of the
EAIE - European Association for International Education


Europski centar za strateški menadžment sveučilišta

South East Europe Education Cooperation Network

European Science Foundation

Society for Research into Higher Education


Academic Cooperation Association
The Academic Co-operation Association (ACA) is an independent European organisation dedicated to the management, analysis and improvement of education and training co-operation within Europe and between Europe and other parts of the world. Its main focus is on higher education, but it also covers other education sectors, and training.

European Higher Education Society
EAIR is an association for professionals in the area of higher education management, and for academics researching that area. These professionals and academics are working in universities, polytechnics and other higher education institutions, primarily but not exclusively in Europe - either in university administration, or in academic departments with particular research interests in management issues. EAIR will also be of relevance to policy makers in government ministries and policy units.

European Association for International Education
The EAIE is a non-profit organisation whose main aim is the stimulation and facilitation of the internationalisation of higher education in Europe and around the world, and to meet the professional needs of individuals active in international education.



European Network for Quality Assurance
ENQA is a European Network to disseminate information, experiences, good practices and new developments in the field of quality assessment and quality assurance in higher education between interested parties: public authorities, higher education institutions and quality assurance agencies.

International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education
The main purpose of the Network is to collect and disseminate information on current and developing theory and practice in the assessment, improvement and maintenance of quality in higher education.

Joint Quality Initiative
The joint quality initiative is an informal network for quality assurance and accreditation of bachelor and master programmes in Europe. The initiative originated from a meeting in Maastricht of countries with comparable quality assurance systems, which introduced or consider(ed) introducing accreditation of bachelor and master programmes.


Community Research and Development Information Service CORDIS
CORDIS is made available by the European Commission to facilitate the exchange of information between the players active in the fields of R&D and technological innovation.


European Commission - Directorate-General for Education and Culture

Početna stranica programa TEMPUS Europske unije

European Training Foundation


European Union: Education, Training, Youth
Gateway to the European Union in matters related to education, training, and youth.


Europska mreža agencija za priznavanje diploma, European Network of Information Centres (ENIC) and National Academic Recognition Information Centres (NARIC)

Eurydice is an institutional network for gathering, monitoring, processing and circulating reliable and readily comparable information on education systems and policies throughout Europe.

E-learning Europa
A Programme for the Effective Integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Education and Training Systems in Europe (2004 – 2006) is program from the European Commission designed as a further step towards realising the vision of technology serving lifelong learning. It focuses on a set of actions in high priority areas, chosen for their strategic relevance to the modernisation of Europe’s education and training systems.

The UNICA Bologna Laboratory

Higher Education Reform Network

European Network of Information Centres (ENIC) - National Academic Recognition
Information Centres (NARIC)
The enic-naric.net website is a joint initiative of the European Commission, the Council of Europe and UNESCO/CEPES, has been created primarily as a tool to assist the ENIC-NARIC Networks in carrying out the tasks they have been mandated to
accomplish within their own jurisdiction, by directing them to up-to-date information supplied and maintained by the competent bodies in each member country and by each member organization.
ENIC is made up of the national information centers of the States party to the European Cultural Convention or the UNESCO Europe Region. It provides information on the recognition of foreign diplomas, degrees and other qualifications; education systems in
both foreign countries and the ENIC’s own country; opportunities for studying abroad, including information on loans and scholarships, as well as advice on practical questions related to mobility and equivalence. The NARIC network aims at improving
academic recognition of diplomas and periods of study in the Member States of the EU, the EEA countries and the associated countries in Central and Eastern Europe and Cyprus.

Organizacija za ekonomsku sigurnost i suradnju u visokom školstvu

Stranice Organizacije za ekonomsku sigurnost i suradnju za visoko školstvo

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - Research
OECD's work on education is relevant, not only for government and local authorities, but also for civil society: researchers, professional practitioners and an informed lay audience, in many cases beyond the 30 Member countries. The extent of the audience
is evident in the public discussion and debate that OECD's publications on education often generate. http://www.oecd.org/department/0,2688,en_2649_33723_1_1_1_1_1,00.html

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - Tertiary education
The OECD is studying the impact of changed funding systems on institutions, following work on policies for improving institutional financial sustainability. A comparative review of tertiary education will contribute, especially on approaches to governance of tertiary
institutions and the impact on efficiency and quality of service. Current work also focuses on human resource development, research management and internationalization. The OECD also develops statistics and indicators for tertiary education on access and
participation, finance and investment, and labor force attainment and rewards. http://www.oecd.org/department/0,2688,en_2649_34859749_1_1_1_1_1,00.html

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development -
Public Governance and Management
The OECD seeks to analyse and develop solutions to the common challenges and needs of governments, and to promote good practices that enhance the effectiveness of democratic institutions. Work on public governance includes activities on e-government,
regulatory reform, public sector budgeting and management, sustainable development, citizen participation in policymaking, and fighting corruption. Trough its extensive outreach program, OECD shares experience and knowledge on public governance with non-members throughout the world.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - Emerging and Transition Economies
The Centre for Co-operation with non-Members promotes and co-ordinates the OECD's dialogue with non-member economies. This dialogue is based on mutual interest and the sharing of policy experiences contributing to economic growth, social development and
good governance. The CCNM's programmes - OECD Global Forums, Regional/Country programmes - cover the major policy areas of OECD expertise of mutual interest to Members and non-Members: economic policy, trade, fiscal policy, international investment, financial sector reform, structural adjustment through sectoral policies, environment, agriculture, labour, education, social, innovation and technological policy.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development - Emerging and Transition Economies: Information by Country



Boston College Center for International Higher Education
The Center for International Higher Education sees as its mission advancing knowledge about the complex realities of higher education in the contemporary world. It publishes International Higher Education, quarterly publication featuring analysis and reports about
key issues in higher education worldwide. The Center is supported by core grants from the Ford Foundation and by the Lynch School of Education and the Monan Chair at Boston College. Additional funding has come from the Toyota Foundation, the MacArthur Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars (Fulbright Program), and anonymous funders.

Center for Higher Education Managements and Policy (CHEMP), School of Professional Development & Leadership, University of New England
CHEMP pursues through a multi-disciplinary approach studies of national and international significance and generates leading-edge research on higher education and research policy around six main themes/focus areas: program evaluation and policy
analysis; impact of national research policy on research in higher education; impact of market and non-market forces on higher education; management structures and management performance; comparative experiences in higher education systems; client
groups, client service and sector relationships.

Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS)
CHEPS is an interdisciplinary research-institute located at the faculty of Public Administration and Public Policy of the Universiteit Twente, the Netherlands. Since 1984, CHEPS has undertaken and published a considerable amount of research on higher education especially at system and institutional levels. CHEPS seeks to increase our understanding of institutional, national and
international issues that bear upon Higher Education

Centre for Higher Education Transformation (CHET), Cape Town, South Africa
The Centre for Higher Education Transformation (CHET) is a non-governmental organization that strives to develop transformation management capacity and skills throughout the higher education system, by integrating skill development training
processes with new knowledge production, debates and information dissemination. CHET pursues its aims within a framework of co-operative governance, the promotion of institutional, regional, national and international co-operation and the flexible mobilization
of expertise.

Center for Studies in Higher Education, University of California
The Center for Studies in Higher Education is a research and policy center on higher education oriented to California, the nation, and comparative international issues. It promotes discussion among university leaders, government officials, academics and all
those interested in higher education policy. It assists policy making by providing a neutral forum for airing contentious issues and by keeping the higher education world informed of new initiatives and proposals. Likewise, the research conducted at the
Center aims to inform current debate about higher education policy and practice. Founded in 1956 it was the first higher education center of this kind in the United States.

Center for the Study of Higher Education, Centre for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne
The Centre for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne is one of the longest established centres of its kind in the world. With 35 years of operation it enjoys a pre-eminent reputation for the depth and relevance of its insights, innovation
and applied policy research. CSHE is at the core of teaching and learning quality and development in the Australian higher education sector. The Centre provides many of the ‘tools’ and guiding principles used nationally and internationally for the improvement of
higher education.

Center for the Study of Higher Education, College of Education, Penn State University

CSHE research informs a broad range of current challenges facing higher education: Governance, organization, and administration; Teaching, learning, and currículo; Finance and economics; Student access and success; Legal, ethical, and historical
implications of current issues; Education for professionals such as law, medicine, and engineering; Comparative and international education; Student affairs administration Centre for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne

The Centre for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne
The Centre for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Melbourne is one of the longest established centres of its kind in the world. With 35 years of operation it enjoys a pre-eminent reputation for the depth and relevance of its insights, innovation
and applied policy research. CSHE is at the core of teaching and learning quality and development in the Australian higher education sector. The Centre provides many of the ‘tools’ and guiding principles used nationally and internationally for the improvement of
higher education.

Commonwealth Higher Education Management Service (CHEMS), London
CHEMS was initiated in 1993 as part of the Commonwealth Higher Education Support Scheme (CHESS) through the Commonwealth Secretariat. Throughout that period of time, CHEMS has been supported by the Association of Commonwealth Universities
(ACU) and has received pump-priming funds from the Commonwealth Fund for Technical Co-operation (CFTC), from UNESCO and the UK's Overseas Development Administration. Between 1994 and 2001, CHEMS undertook some 70 consultancies,
advising and helping universities, governments and higher education agencies worldwide to tackle and solve their management problems. CHEMS ceased operating as a consultancy service in January 2001.
Through the financial support of the CFTC, an extensive series of publications on management issues in higher education have been developed during the years of CHEMS operation. These publications are produced in hard copy, with the majority also
available electronically.

Conversando con directivos sobre gestión universitaria
Columbus y Universia desean acompanar a los directivos universitarios en sus funciones, en particular a los de reciente designación. Lo hace poniendo a su alcance una serie de entrevistas a rectores, directivos y expertos sobre aspectos relevantes de
la gestión institucional con el fin de contribuir a su mejora. Todas las personas entrevistadas son o han sido recientemente protagonistas de la educación superior en sus países. Para dar la posibilidad de trasmitir una visión lo más concreta posible, cada
entrevista se focaliza sobre una problemática más o menos circunscripta.

Higher Education Research Institute, University of California, Los Angeles
The Higher Education Research Institute is based in the Graduate School of Education & Information Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. The Institute serves as an interdisciplinary center for research, evaluation, information, policy studies, and
research training in postsecondary education. HERI's research program covers a variety of topics including the outcomes of postsecondary education, leadership development, faculty performance, federal and state policy, and educational equity http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/heri/heri.html

International Public Management Network
The mission of the International Public Management Network (IPMN) is to provide a forum for sharing ideas, concepts and results of research and practice in the field of public management, and to stimulate critical thinking about alternative approaches to
problem solving and decision making in the public sector.

National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education
The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education promotes public policies that enhance Americans' opportunities to pursue and achieve high-quality education and training beyond high school. As an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, the
National Center prepares action-oriented analyses of pressing policy issues facing the states and the nation regarding opportunity and achievement in higher education- including two- and four-year, public and private, for-profit and nonprofit institutions.

Program for Research on Private Higher Education (PROPHE)
PROPHE is a global network dedicated to building knowledge about the development of private sectors in higher education around the world. PROPHE neither represents nor promotes private higher education. The core activity is scholarship, which, in turn, aims
to inform public discussion and policymaking. PROPHE is headquartered at the University at Albany. PROPHE's funding comes principally from the Ford Foundation, assisted by the University at Albany. http://www.albany.edu/dept/eaps/prophe/publication/publication.html

Stanford Institute for Higher Education Research
The Stanford Institute for Higher Education Research (SIHER) is home to sponsored research projects that examine contemporary higher education planning and policy issues from a wide range of analytical perspectives, including those of social scientists
and policy audiences in the United States and abroad.

The Futures Project - Policy for Higher Education in a Changing World
The Futures Project was founded in 1999: (i) to stimulate an informed debate about the role of higher education in our new global society, and the opportunities and dangers presented by a global market for higher education; (ii) to develop policies that ensure a
skilled use of market forces to maximize the opportunities while minimizing the dangers.
The Futures Project closed down on March 31, 2005. The site is no longer actively maintained. All the material on this site will be available until August 1, 2006.

Williams Project on the Economy of Higher Education
The Williams Project began in the summer of 1989 with a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The aim of the Project is to do studies of the economics of colleges and universities that meet high analytical standards while staying close to the
institutional realities and policy concerns that motivate interest in this sector.

World Bank Tertiary Education Site
The World Bank is working to encourage not only better-quality outcomes from tertiary education worldwide, but also to promote more efficient tertiary education institutions that innovate and respond positively to meaningful performance-based allocation of
resources and accountability systems. Such improvements can stimulate economic growth and help to stem the outward flow of highly skilled human capital by supporting cultures of quality and productivity.


Academia Europaea
The Academia Europaea is a European, non-governmental association acting as an Academy. Our members are scientists and scholars who collectively aim to promote learning, education and research.

Association for InstitutionalResearch

Association of African Universities

Association of Commonwealth Universities

American Council on Education

Staff and Educational Development Association

International Consortium for Educational Development

European Society for Engineering Education

Continuing Education Institute - Europe(CEI)
CEI - Europe Advanced Science and Technology Education

Council for Higher Education Accreditation
The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) is a private, nonprofit national organization that coordinates accreditation activity in the United States.

Higher Learning Commission
The Higher Learning Commission is part of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in the USA. The Association was founded in 1895 as a membership organization for educational institutions. It is committed to developing and maintaining high standards of excellence.

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