ERIC Number: ED249821
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: N/A
The Compleat University: Break from Tradition in Germany, Sweden and the U.S.A.
Hermanns, Harry, Ed.; And Others
Different models of integrated education in the United States, Sweden, and Germany, including open admissions systems, are discussed in 16 conference papers. Titles include the following: "Opportunity and Achievement: An Analysis of Labor Market Experiences among Recent Graduates from the City University of New York" (James Murtha, Barry Kaufman); "Admission to Higher Education in Sweden and Its Implications for Integrated Higher Education" (Lillemor Kim); "Comprehensive Universities--History, Implementation Process and Prospects" (Ayla Neusel, Ulrich Teichler); "Access to Higher Education in the Federal Republic of Germany and Its Implications for Integrated Higher Education" (Antonius Lipsmeier); "Integration of Heterogeneous Groups of Comprehensive University Teachers" (Harry Hermanns); "Comparative Survey of Integration of Higher Education--Sweden's System, West Germany's Comprehensive Universities, and U.S.A.'s C.U.N.Y." (Henry Wasser); "The Dynamics of Integration in Non-Integrated Systems of Higher Education in Western Europe" (Guy Neave); and "Implementation of Outcomes of Integrated Higher Education--A Round-Table Discussion." (SW)
Descriptors: Access to Education, Case Studies, College Faculty, College Students, Comparative Education, Educational Change, Educational Opportunities, Enrollment Trends, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Models, Open Enrollment, Regional Cooperation, Student Attitudes
Schenkman Publishing Company, Inc., 331 Broadway, Cambridge, MA 02139 ($13.96, paper; $24.95, cloth).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: City Univ. of New York, NY. Graduate School. Center for European Studies.
Identifiers: City University of New York; Comprehensive Universities; Germany; Sweden; United States
Note: Revisions of papers presented at a conference sponsored by the City University of New York and the University of Kassel (New York, NY, December 1980) and at a second conference sponsored by the European Institute of Education and Social Policy (Kassel, Germany, September 1981).