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University Expansion in a Changing Global EconomyTriumph of the BRICs?$
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Martin Carnoy, Prashant Loyalka, and Maria Dobryakova

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780804786010

Published to Stanford Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.11126/stanford/9780804786010.001.0001

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Who Are the Students, and How Are They Shaped by BRIC Higher Education?

Who Are the Students, and How Are They Shaped by BRIC Higher Education?

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(p.179) 6 Who Are the Students, and How Are They Shaped by BRIC Higher Education?
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University Expansion in a Changing Global Economy
Author(s):

Martin Carnoy

Prashant Loyalka

Maria Dobryakova

Rafiq Dossani

Isak Froumin

Katherine Kuhns

Jandhyala B. G. Tilak

Rong Wang

Publisher:
Stanford University Press
DOI:10.11126/stanford/9780804786010.003.0006

The chapter details the educational pathway students take during pre-tertiary schooling, their academic readiness before college, and the process they undergo in their application and admission to university. It analyzes how students attending BRIC universities and colleges are selected into differentiated higher education institutions, their learning experiences at different types of institutions within each country, and how students regard their learning experiences and their preparation for work (with special emphasis on engineering and computer science education), As part of this analysis, the chapter investigates how BRIC higher education systems train their engineering and computer science students compared to similar institutions in the developed countries.

Keywords:   student background characteristics, state political legitimacy, international assessments, tracking mechanisms, engineering curriculum, college entrance examinations, applying to college, university admissions, student experiences

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