Analysis of dual higher study programmes in Germany, Austria and Spain and recommendations for West Balkan countries
Louise Sperl (Austria), Almir Adi Kovačević, Darko Petković (B&H)
Dual higher education (DHE), analysis, EU countries, experiences, recommendation
This research give on the state-of-the-art in dual higher education includes results from information provided on 15 dual study programmes in higher education from programme countries in different industrial sectors. Each of the three EU countries (Austria, Spain, Germany) has analysed 5 study programmes which are being implemented at the respective partner university and at other universities in the programme countries. In this article we also elaborates the concept of “Dual Higher Education (DHE)” and the overall framework for dual education at the respective universities and beyond. Finally, the article concludes with a short summary and conclusions regarding options for DHE programmes in the Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Sperl L, Kovačević AA and Petković D. (2021) Analysis of dual higher study programmes in Germany, Austria and Spain and recommendations for West Balkan countries. Quality 2021 (S.Brdarević, S. Jašarević, editors)”, ISSN 1512-9268, Neum, B&H, 17-19 June 2021., pp. 7-16
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