Japan


5-March-2009

Japanese

日本は高等教育改革を継続しなければならない

近年、日本は若年人口の減少と今日のグローバル経済におけるリサーチベースのイノベーションの必要性に直面し、高等教育制度の近代化において大幅な進展を見せています。しかし、高等教育制度改革は今後も日本における現在の社会経済的圧力に応えていかなければなりません。

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