24 August 2011, by Professor Robert Wagenaar
Every higher education institution intends or should intend to offer good educational programs, which meet international standards and the needs of society. The notions about what constitutes good educational programs differ, and have changed during time. They also vary between regions and countries in the world. It is remarkable to observe that education is still seen as a national ‘product’ and responsibility while the educational play field has become a global one. Countries and institutions – in that order - try to attract students from all over the word, to offer them education in a national(istic) framework.