Impact of demographic changes on higher education institutions : Llithuania in a global context

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Grebliauskas, Artūras; Leskauskaitė, Aušra; (2012)
  • Journal: Organizacijų vadyba: sisteminiai tyrimai,volume 2,012,issue 63,pages49-67 (issn: 1392-1142)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.7220/MOSR.1392.1142.2012.63.4
  • Subject: Demographic changes | Lithuania ; Demographic changes ; Students | Foreign students | Netradiciniai studentai | Student population | Demografiniai pokyčiai | Studentų populiacija | Tarptautiniai studentai | Non-traditional students | 37 Švietimas / Education

The present article raises the following problematic questions: how have higher education institutions prepared themselves for facing challenges coming from the environment modified by demographic changes? What new strategic directions in higher education institutions o... View more
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