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IAU Horizons, the Association's news and information magazine is addressed primarily to IAU Member Institutions and Organizations, but is also sent to a selected audience beyond the IAU Membership such as Ministries of Higher Education, international organizations, national and regional associations of universities and others.

Published three times a year, each issue is devoted to a special 'In Focus' topic of interest and debate for the higher education community worldwide.

Each issue also features the following sections: IAU Activities, upcoming events and specific projects the IAU has undertaken; IAU Collaboration and Networking; Membership News; New Publications; and a global Calendar of Events.

IAU Horizons is available in paper format in English and French and electronically.


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IAU Horizons Vol.19 No.3

CONTENTS

Message from the Secretary General

IAU 2014 International Conférences

Important IAU Dates

Reports on IAU Projects

  • Internationalization

  • IAU work on Equitable Access and Success

  • Open Educational Resources (OER)

  • Higher Education and Education for All (HEEFA)

  • Ethics

  • Innovative Approaches to Doctoral Education in Africa (IDEA-PhD)

  • Higher Education and Sustainable Development (HESD)

IAU Collaboration and Networking

IAU Membership News

In Focus: Student Tuition Fees – perspectives from around the world

  • Introduction by Hilligje van’t Land, IAU

International Examples

  • HE tuition Fees – ‘to be or not to be’. A Comparative Approach between OECD Countries, by Eric Charbonnier, OECD
  • International Student Tuition Fees from a Global Perspective, by Daniel J. Guhr, and Nelson Furtado, Illuminate Consulting Group, USA
  • Tuition Dependant Institutions Without Subsidies Face Financial Challenges, by William Patrick Leonard, Republic of Korea

European Examples

  • Tuition Fees in England, Impacts and Implications, by Howard Newby, UK
  • The Introduction of Tuition Fees in Sweden, by Marianna Granfelt, SUHF, Sweden
  • Lessons from Lund: What Tuition Fees Taught One Swedish University, by Richard Stenelo, Sweden

African Examples

  • Through the University of South Africa Lens of Tuition Fees, by Philip Bester et al., South Africa
  • Is Higher Education a Luxury Item in Africa?, by Chris Gordon, Ghana

Asia Pacific Examples

  • Perspectives on Tuition Fees, Student Loans and Financing of Higher Education in Thailand, by Pornchai Mongkhongvanit and Yhing Sawheny, Thailand
  • How We Did Our First Global Tuition Fee Benchmarking Study at Griffith University, by Nicole Brigg, Australia

Rising tuition fees, impacts around the world - A random set of References from the international press

UNESCO project on bio-ethics - call for participation

New IAU Publications and publications received at IAU

Calendar of Events