http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Jane Marshall. There is a pressing need for a transparent system of grants for students and academics to study abroad in order to raise quality in Algerian universities, which currently fail to meet international standards or the demands of the economy, a newspaper has revealed.
As bids of Erasmus Mundus El-Idrissi mobility grants were launched this month, and the University of Abderrahmane-Mira in Béjaïa reported success in forging exchange partnerships with European institutions, La Tribune of Algiers placed grants and partnerships to enable students and academics to study abroad under scrutiny.
Journalist Samir Azzoug wrote in La Tribune: “The quality of education is the new obsession of the Algerian university.”
La Tribune also reported on cooperation agreements established by the University of Abderrahmane-Mira in Béjaïa with about 30, mostly European, universities. More...