Tertiary Education in Colombia

Tertiary Education in Colombia

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Annotation The Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPC) Debt Initiative, a major innovation in development finance, was designed to relieve the high external debt of some of the worldA'-s poorest nations. The Initiative was put in place by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in 1996 and enhanced in 1999. The HIPC Debt Initiative addresses a key obstacle to economic growth and poverty reduction, but it also contains multiple and overly-ambitious objectives. Debt Relief for the Poorest is an independent evaluation which assesses the progress and prospects of the HIPC Debt Initiative achieving its objectives. This review makes recommendations which address the strategic issues confronting the Initiative.Public institutions have thus far assumed the main responsibility for educating PhD candidates with seven out often ... A good compromise to overseas study would be to combine domestic PhD programs with scholarships to a foreignanbsp;...

Title:Tertiary Education in Colombia
Author: World Bank
Publisher:World Bank Publications - 2003-01-01

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