Universities of the World outside U.S.A

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UNIVERSITIES OF THE WORLD OUTSIDE U.S.A.

EDITED BY M. M. CHAMBERS

First Edition 1950

AMERICAN COUNCIL ON EDUCATION WASHINGTON, D.C.

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Table of contents

  • The Advisory Committee. ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • Contents xv
  • List of Tables xvii
  • Part 1 1
  • Chapter I - Higher Education in the World Today 3
  • Bibliography 5
  • Bibliography 8
  • Chapter II - Universities in World-Wide Cultural Cooperation 11
  • Bibliography 15
  • Bibliography 19
  • Bibliography 21
  • Chapter III - Some International Professional Organizations: Education for the Professions 22
  • Bibliography 24
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  • Bibliography 30
  • Chapter IV - International Exchange Of Students and Teachers 32
  • Conclusion 38
  • Bibliography 40
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  • Chapter V - Higher Education Viewed Regionally 46
  • Bibliography 50
  • Bibliography 53
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  • Part II - Institutional Exhibits 59
  • Bibliography 61
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  • Colombia 283
  • Costa Rica 298
  • Bibliography 301
  • Czechoslovakia 308
  • Bibliography 319
  • Dominican Republic 327
  • Bibliography 330
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  • France 351
  • Germany 391
  • Bibliography 434
  • Northern Ireland 442
  • Scotland 471
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  • Iceland 508
  • Indo-China 509
  • Iran 543
  • University of Tabriz 544
  • Bibliography 546
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  • Bibliography 555
  • Japan 591
  • Bibliography 639
  • Bibliography 647
  • Bibliography 651
  • Malta 655
  • Primary, Secondary, and Technical Education 657
  • Bibliography 694
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  • Bibliography 736
  • Bibliography 751
  • Bibliography 765
  • Bibliography 770
  • Spain 778
  • Bibliography 809
  • Bibliography 818
  • Turkey 820
  • Bibliography 821
  • Bibliography 828
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  • Venezuela 892
  • Bibliography 897
  • Appendix 901
  • Institutional Index 907
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