UNESCO - European Centre for Higher Education
UNESCO Centre européen pour l'enseignement supérieur (UNESCO-CEPES)
1972 Bucharest Romania
1972, Bucharest (Romania), as a decentralized unit of B-XB3383 - UNESCO, following recommendations of 1st Conference of European Ministers of Education organized by UNESCO, 1967, Vienna (Austria). Officially approved at 16th session of UNESCO General Conference, 1970, Paris (France). Functions as UNESCO European Centre for Higher Education -- Centre européen pour l'enseignement supérieur (UNESCO-CEPES) -- Centro Europeo para la Enseñanza Superior -- Evropejskij Centr poVyssemu Obrazovaniju -- Centrul European pentru Invatamântul Superior. Closed 2011.
Implement UNESCO's programme relevant for development of higher/tertiary education in SEE, Central and Eastern Europe; promote innovations in this field; strengthen academic cooperation by assisting national authorities, universities and other bodies working in the field of higher/tertiary education in member states; assist in reform process of higher education in SEE, Central and Eastern Europe.
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