Reports


  • 1-November-2001

    English, , 268kb

    Thematic Review on Adult Learning - Sweden: Country Note

    The Swedish review visit took place on May 2nd through May 12th, 2000. The members of Steering Group, the authors of the Background Report and the members of the review team can be found in the Annexes 1 and 2 to this document. The review team would like to thank deeply the Pilot Group, theauthors of the Background Report and the persons who during the visit were able to give some information on the specificity and the success factors

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  • 24-October-2001

    English

    Transition from Initial Education to Working Life - Home Page

    This activity describes how young people's transition to work changed during the 1990s, and the interaction between the education, labour and social policies that led to successful youth transitions.

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  • 1-September-2001

    English, , 429kb

    Thematic Review on Adult Learning - Switzerland: Country Note

    The main purpose of the thematic review on adult learning is to understand adults’ access and participation in education and training and to enhance policies and approaches to increase incentives for adults to undertake learning activities in OECD countries.

  • 21-August-2001

    English, , 47kb

    Institutional Experiences of Quality Assessment in Higher Education - The Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (Spain)

    The University Reform Act of 1983 laid down the characteristics of what we now know as the Spanish university system. - basic public universities with independent legal status (90 per cent) or private universities (10 per cent); - universitie...

  • 21-August-2001

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    Institutional Experiences of Quality Assessment in Higher Education - Bessenyei Teacher Training College (Nyregyhaza, Hungary)

    Before 1945 the quality of Hungarian higher education institutes were high even in international comparison. The quality was assured mainly by laws -- and by traditions. There existed neither external nor internal evaluation including student eva...

  • 21-August-2001

    English, , 80kb

    Institutional Experiences of Quality Assessment in Higher Education - The University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)

    Like in most other countries after World War II, in the Netherlands the traditional system of educational quality control came to a definite end. This system was characterised by small numbers of students and intensive personal contact between th...

  • 21-August-2001

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    Institutional Experiences of Quality Assessment in Higher Education - The Technological and Educational Institute of Patras (Greece)

    The Education Policy officially introduced systematic quality assurance (QA) into Hellenic higher education (HE) at the time of the Maastricht Treaty (article 126). The Ministry of Education (ME) nominated the two departments of electrical engine...

  • 21-August-2001

    English, , 62kb

    Institutional Experiences of Quality Assessment in Higher Education - The University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

    The aim of the article is to analyse the impacts of quality assessment, called 'total evaluation' that was carried out at Jyväskylä University in 1992-93. Analytically, the starting point is to analyse both direct and indirect impacts of quality ...

  • 21-August-2001

    English, , 35kb

    Institutional Experiences of Quality Assessment in Higher Education - The Technical University - Delft (Netherlands)

    In 1993, the Executive Board of Delft University of Technology (DUT) formulated a new strategic plan "Towards a new Engagement" which outlined the university policy for the next decade. This plan positioned DUT as a leading technical university i...

  • 21-August-2001

    English, , 102kb

    Institutional Experiences of Quality Assessment in Higher Education - The University of Helsinki (Finland)

    In this report we will describe the various assessments of operations carried out at the University of Helsinki in the 1990s. In addition, we will discuss where these assessments have led and how the operations of the university have benefited fr...

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