DOI: https://doi.org/10.31499/2306-5532.1.2019.167319

COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT PATTERNS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN IRAN AND NORWAY

Ali Ashrafi

Abstract


 Education is one of the most important factors of every social system. According to the development of working and living skills in the current situation, the educational system of any society needs to be enhanced qualitatively and quantitatively. Then, taking advantages of policies and experiences of other countries in designing the educational system is very useful. Given that the purpose of the higher education system is to research and train the specialist community needed and plays an important role in the development of society. The research methodology is based on the collection of information from the Internet and library resources, referring to institutions related to the higher education system, as well as the Norwegian Embassy. The research method is based on Isak Kandal's historical method, which consists of three stages including a list of materials based on descriptions and historical application and Melioristic.


Keywords


Comparative Education, Iran, Norway, Higher Education,

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