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Slovakia: Higher Education Internationalisation Strategy 2030

01 August 2022
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The Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of Slovak Republic has prepared the Higher Education Internationalisation Strategy by the year 2030 on the basis of the Government programme statement and in accordance with the Recovery and Resilience Plan. The Strategy was approved by the government on the 8th of December 2021.

This Strategy provides a medium-term conception for the development of higher education internationalisation as an effective tool for increasing the quality of education and research environment within higher education institutions in the Slovak republic by the year 2030. It focuses on increasing the availability of international experience during university studies and modernisation of higher education in the context of internationalisation.

More information:  EN:  and  SK – EN:

Source:  Eurydice Unit Slovakia

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