|ბიბლიოგრაფია, და ასე შემდეგ , შენიშვნა
|| Includes bibliographical refer(pages 196-209) and index.
|| Introduction: Privatisation the Plan and the Gamble -- pt. 1: The Basics of HE Funding. The Mass Higher Education System and its Funding -- Tuition Fees -- Student Loans: The Basics -- pt. 2: Marketisation. Why a Market? -- Market Making: The Control of Student Numbers -- Risk, Deregulation and Deprofessionalisation -- 'New providers', For-profits & Private Equity -- pt. 3: Privatisation -- University Finances and Overseas Income -- Corporate Form, Joint Ventures & Outsourcing -- University Bonds & Other Credit Products -- Governance and Public Accountability -- pt. 4: Financialisation. Loans -- The Government's Perspective -- Managing the Loan Book.
|მოკლე შინაარსი, და სხვა
|| "In 2010 the UK government proposed huge cuts and market-driven reforms for Universities. The proposals provoked widespread opposition in the form of street protests, occupations, and online campaigns. As the dust settles, Andrew McGettigan surveys the emerging brave new world of Higher Education. Displaying a stunning grasp of the policy details, he looks at the long term impact of the changes, which have been obscured by the focus on tuition fee increases. What will be the role of universities within society? How will they be funded? What kind of experiences will they offer students? Written in a clear and engaging style, The Great University Gamble outlines the architecture of the new policy regime, which many find difficult to grasp. It is an urgent warning that our Universities are being transformed from institutions of real learning to profit-driven degree factories."--Publisher's description.