By Mark Bray with Roy Butler, Philip Hui, Ora Kwo & Emily Mang
May 2002, 127 pp.
HK$150 (local), US$24 (overseas) [add $5 /copy for air mail]
Published by Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC)
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Higher education in Macau has expanded dramatically in recent years. Before 1981, Macau had no higher education institutions; but two decades later it had 12. This book chronicles the growth, and analyses the wider environment within which the institutions operate. Discussion includes focus on the implications of Macau’s small size; linkages with Hong Kong, mainland China and other parts of the world; the changing balances between public and private provision; and the significance of political transition.
Chapter 1: Context and Goals
Chapter 2: The Changing Nature of Macau’s Educational Provision
Chapter 3: Policy-Making and Coordination
Chapter 4: Costs and Financing
Chapter 5: Strategic for Quality Assurance
Chapter 6: Institutional Identities and Interlinkages
Chapter 7: Conclusions