EMPLOYMENT AND AUTONOMY IN HIGHER EDUCATION At the turning of the 20th century there were 67 universities and colleges in Hungary. Act No. XXXVI. of 1912 established two other universities seated in Pozsony and Debrecen. The number of undergraduates increased significantly in that time (from 1895 to 1912 with 81.5 percents); however the number of undergraduates were below the number in Western-Europe. As Andor Ladányi stated, in the semesters 1913/14 there were 16.5 undergraduates in every 100,000 residents in Austria, 14 undergraduates in Germany, and only 9.6 undergraduates in Hungary. On the other hand, the growth of number of teachers was not harmonized with the growth of number of undergraduates at all.
EMPLOYMENT AND AUTONOMY IN HIGHER EDUCATION.

CURENTUL JURIDIC

Volum IX | Număr 3 | Publicat la 14/09/2011 | ISSN  1224-9173 | eISSN  2247-8361

Autori:
György NÁDAS
Rezumat
At the turning of the 20th century there were 67 universities and colleges in Hungary. Act No. XXXVI. of 1912 established two other universities seated in Pozsony and Debrecen. The number of undergraduates increased significantly in that time (from 1895 to 1912 with 81.5 percents); however the number of undergraduates were below the number in Western-Europe. As Andor Ladányi stated, in the semesters 1913/14 there were 16.5 undergraduates in every 100,000 residents in Austria, 14 undergraduates in Germany, and only 9.6 undergraduates in Hungary. On the other hand, the growth of number of teachers was not harmonized with the growth of number of undergraduates at all.
Cuvinte cheie:
undergraduates, employment, higher education, Hungarian system of higher education



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