In recent decades the University of Malta has undergone a process of restructuring, aimed at bringing the institution more firmly in line with prevailing social and economic circumstances. The changes have elicited widespread commentary, with opinions divided as to the consequences of government involvement in the university′s affairs. The case of the University of Malta raises wider issues concerning the interrelation of politics and higher education, and questions the efficacy, some would argue, of seeking to make institutions of higher learning fully responsive to the immediate environment in which they operate.
MacKenzie, C. (1993), "Political Restructuring of the University of Malta: Consequences and Implications", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 7 No. 6. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000001984Download as .RIS
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