Integrating Europe Through Cooperation Among Universities: The Experiences of the TEMPUS Programme
Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1997 - Education - 346 pages
The TEMPUS Programme was launched by the Council of the European Communities in 1990, intended to promote reforms of the higher education systems in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) partner countries and to support the adjustment of these countries to the needs of a market economy.
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