Guide to dance in European higher education

Publisher: Dance Theatre Journal in London

Written in English
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Other titlesDance theatre journal.
StatementEuropean League of Institutes of the Arts ; edited by Janet Adshead-Lansdale.
ContributionsAdshead-Lansdale, Janet., European League of Institutes of the Arts. Dance Section.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 44p. ;
Number of Pages44
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Open LibraryOL19096091M

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English-Medium Instruction in European Higher Education: From the North to the South1 1 Introduction European universities have for some time been undergoing dramatic transforma-tive processes centred on internationalization, marketization, competition and standardization (Gürüz ; Borghans, Cörvers and National Bureau of Eco-File Size: 3MB.

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