ERIC Number: ED168377
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1978
Reference Count: 0
Admission to Medical Education in Ten Countries.
Burn, Barbara B., Ed.
As part of a study of access and admission to higher education in Germany and the United States, a group of papers on medical admissions in various countries was commissioned. The papers presented in this book reveal wide differences in admissions policies and procedures. Barbara Burn examines some of the major issues in a foreword: representation of socioeconomic strata and minorities, foreign student enrollment, access to medical education for women, human and personal qualities in admission, alternate careers for medical applicants, and the role of government. The situations in 10 countries are described in turn by specialists: Australia ( R. R. Andrews); Canada (Barbara M. Ferrier, Ronald G. McAuley, Robin S. Roberts); Denmark (Jorgen Worm-Petersen); France (Pierre Pene and B. Antoine); Federal Republic of Germany (Hans E. Renschler); Italy (Gaetano M. Fara); The Netherlands (N. H. F. W. Wijnen); Sweden (Helmer Larsson); the United Kingdom (A. D. M. Greenfield); and the United States (John Z. Bowers). (MSE)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Admission Criteria, Allied Health Occupations Education, Comparative Education, Competitive Selection, Equal Education, Females, Foreign Countries, Foreign Medical Graduates, Foreign Students, Government Role, Individual Characteristics, Medical Education, Medical Schools, Minority Groups, Personality, Socioeconomic Status, Womens Education
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; Reports - Descriptive; Books
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Volkswagen Foundation, Hanover (West Germany).
Authoring Institution: International Council for Educational Development, New York, NY.
Identifiers: Australia; Canada; Denmark; France; Germany; Great Britain; Italy; Netherlands; Sweden; United States
Note: For related documents see HE 010 921, HE 010 933, HE 010 935, HE 010 967