Higher education in regional and city development: How is the review carried out?


Steps in the review process | Outputs | Guidelines for participating regions 

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Steps in the review process

The major elements of each review are:

1. Confirmation of participation from the region

2. Joint regional self-evaluation by HEIs and stakeholders resulting in a Regional Self-evaluation Report

3. OECD-led expert review resulting in a Review Report

4. Dissemination organised by the region (or country) with the support of the OECD Secretariat


Outputs of the review

The reviews will produce a range of outputs that will be disseminated via print and electronic means, workshops and seminars:

  • Regional self-evaluation reports prepared by the regions and their HEIs
  • Peer review reports of all regions prepared by international experts
  • Commissioned papers
  • International comparative analysis on specific issues


Guidelines for participating regions and their HEIs



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