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Introduction. Plan of presentation. The first 10 years Summary 2011 Trends Conclusions. Source of data: Perspektywy Foundation Report, June 2011. Warsaw, 23 September 2011. 1. The first 10 years. The first 10 years.

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Warsaw 23 september 2011

Introduction

Plan of presentation

  • The first 10 years

  • Summary 2011

  • Trends

  • Conclusions

Source of data: Perspektywy Foundation Report, June 2011

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1. The first 10 years


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The first 10 years

The history of the non state higher education in Poland started on September 12, 1990.

Polish Parliament passed the new law on higher education – the 1990 Higher Education Act.

First private (non-state) higher education institution was established on August 5, 1991. It was Prywatna Wyższa Szkoła Businessu i Administracji.

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The first 10 years

Prywatna Wyższa Szkoła Businessu, Administracji

i Technik Komputerowych– September 2011

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The first 10 years

In 1990there were96public institutions in Poland with 403 000 students enrolled.

Lublin Catholic University was the only institution

not controled by the government.

In 2001 private higher institutions in Poland numbered 221 with 509 279 students (out of total number of students in Poland 1.584.800).

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The first 10 years

Private Higher Education Institutions1991-2001

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The first 10 years

Students 1991-2001

All students

Full-time students

Extramural students

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The first 10 years

Jubilee Inuguration 2001

„The non-public higher education institutions have an important place on the educational map of Poland.

Their achievements call for respect and admiration. They have permanently changed the scene of the Polish higher education.”

Aleksander Kwaśniewski

President of Poland

September 30, 2001

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2. Summary 2011


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Summary 2011

As of 1 June, 2011

  • 320all private institutions of higher education

  • 16 on the academic level (conferPhD degrees)

  • 130 on the master level

  • 580.000 students

  • 16.500 academic staff

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Summary 2011

60 private HEIsare located in Warsaw

Private HEIs have been established in 172 (out off 379) counties in Poland

Kraków, 5 lipca 2011


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Summary 2011

Rights to confer degrees

  • In total,private HEIs in Poland hold the following rights:

  • 6rights to award the degree of “habilitated doctor”

  • 27rights to award PhD degrees

  • 295rights to award Master degree

  • 1623rights to award Bachelor or Engineer degrees

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Rights to confer doctoral degrees

  • Private institutions have 27 rights to award PhD degrees in the following fields:

    • 14in humanities

    • 6in economics

    • 4in law

    • 2in technology

    • 1in arts

  • It would, in accordance with the new law on higher education (Art. 3.1.3), allow for establishment of four profiled (adjective) universities; as they are required to have at least six rights to award PhD degrees (including four fitting into the university profile).

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Academic staff

Polish private institutions employ16.500 full time academic teachers and researchers (including over 60 who gained their PhD degree in private institutions.)

In all higher education institutions there are over 100.000 academic staff.

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Libraries

The libraries of private institutions have collection of 5,6 million volumes

and provide 14 800 places in their reading rooms.

On the picture: one of the largest private libraries has been built by the Pultusk Academy of Humanities.

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Teaching environment

Many private institutions in Poland have build their own campuses that some public institutions may envy. Total area of this buildings: ​​1.512.000 m2.

On the picture:Lazarski University

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Students in private HEIs

580.000 students enrolled in private HEIs in Poland, including 98.000 full-time students.

129.000 students enrolled in Master studies, including 18.500 full time students.

6900 students in dormitories built by private HEIs.

Students enrolled in private HEIs constituted 32% of all students in Poland.

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Internationalization

6254 international students in private HEIs out of 18.500 international students in Poland

1874inbound exchange students

2564 outbound exchange students

The growth rate of the number of international students is higher than in state institutions.

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Graduates 1991-2011

1.574.000 graduates of HEIs in Poland since 1991

370.000 with Master degree

1.203.358 with Bachelor degree

642 with doctoral studies

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3. Trends


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Trends

Private Higher Education Institutions1991-2011

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Trends

Students 1991-2011

All students

Full-time students

Extramural students

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Trends

Recruitment

The declining demographic trend in Poland causes the recruitment to go down across the board, affecting both public and non-public (private) sectors.

In the case of full-time students, however, the numbers go up for public HEIs and down for private HEIs. Explanation: the government pays for full-time students in public HEIs.

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Trends

Recruitment for Bachelor and

„Consolidated” Masters studies

465.602

436.732

423.612

303.632

302.956

297.403

168.199

223.715

216.393

202.084

133.100

120.656

28.478

25.754

24.519

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

2008/09

2009/10

2010/11

Private HEIs

Total recruitment

Public HEIs

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Trends

Recruitment&Demographic

The demographic trend for the next ten years shows decline both in the enrollment age (19) group and the student age group (19-25) in Poland and generally in Europe.

According to the Socrates Institute analysis, in the most pessimistic scenario, by 2020 practically all students in Poland may find places to study in the existing public HEIs.

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Demografic trends

Number of 19-year-olds in 2005-2010 and forecast for 2011-2020

FORECAST

Source: GUS

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Demografic trends

Number of people aged 19-24 years in 2005-2010 and forecast for 2011-2020

FORECAST

Source: Socrates Institute

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Demografic trends

Forecast the number of students in Poland in 2011-2020, assuming the gross enrollment ratio of 54%

FORECAST

number of students and the forecasts

number of students at public universities in 2009

Source: Socrates Institute

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4. Conclusions


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Conclusions

Children of the lesser god?

The historic 1990 Higher Education Act was a break through

but ever since private higher education institutions and student have endured a never-ending struggle for equal treatment.

In November 2001 to win access to scholarships program, students had to stage a protest in front of the Ministry of National Education.

Today, again, students of private higher education institutions are considering a protest, to demand their constitutional right to the tuition free full-time studies.

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Enough to breaking the laws of students

of non-public higher education institutions!

Student protest. Warsaw. 22 November 2001


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Conclusions

Best wishes from Perspektywy

Perspektywy Education Foundation that also celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2011, pays special attention to private sector, considering it an important part of the higher education landscape in Poland.

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Thank you for your attention

Waldemar Siwiński

Perspektywy Education Foundation

[email protected]


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