Now in its 66th edition, The Europa World of Learning is one of the world's leading reference works. Updated to the highest editorial standards, entries are sourced directly from the organizations to ensure accurate and reliable information. The accreditation status of every university and college is verified before its entry is approved.
Every type of academic institution is covered, including over:
7,800 universities and colleges
5,800 research institutes
3,400 museums and art galleries
5,000 learned societies
3,600 libraries and archives
850 regulatory and representative bodies
Separate chapters for countries from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe each feature an introductory survey of the country's higher education system. A separate section covers international organizations concerned with higher education and scholarship.
Subscribers may download these online at www.worldoflearning.com alongside an archive of essays from past editions.
Table of Contents
Volume 1. Part 1: Introductory Essays Part 2: International Organizations Part 3: Afghanistan – Nigeria Volume 2. Part 4: Norway – Zimbabwe
Part 1: Introductory Essays
Part 2: International Organizations
Part 3: Afghanistan – Nigeria
Part 4: Norway – Zimbabwe
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