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In 2017, a study published by Deloitte identified seven main challenges facing higher education sector in UK which are just as valid at global level in 2015 and beyond, namely:
- operating in a global market,
- Increasing costs and shifting funding,
- rising student expectations,
- a demand and need for new technologies,
- linking estates, strategy and the students,
- attracting and retaining the best talent, and
- making research sustainable.
They concluded that the “higher education sector must transform further in order to adapt to the seven key issues facing it.” How are these challenges and transformations reflected at institutional, national and regional level?
However, in a volume published in 1999, Peter Darvas warned that global higher education issues and trends might have a limited impact in Central and Eastern Europe and that “some institutional and systemic challenges in transitional societies exceed anything advanced countries have ever faced” (p. 80). Nevertheless, “the relationship between growth, diversification of programs and institutional development is less frequently analysed or considered” (p. 82).
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