The in-depth analysis of higher education topics will provide a greater understanding of specific issues that are of particular concern to countries at a given time.
Countries choose each topic every two to three years.
Through this strand of work the OECD will provide countries with:
The insights gained from the in-depth analyses will feed into the benchmarking higher education system performance strand of work, enriching the data and analysis. The benchmarking higher education system performance strand will also provide pointers to where future in-depth analysis work would be most useful.
|In-depth analysis of higher education topics: Methodology
The in-depth analysis will follow three phases.
The first topic to be tackled is the labour market relevance and outcomes of higher education systems.
This project will assist countries in improving the labour market relevance and outcomes of their higher education systems through a better understanding of:
The main objectives of the in-depth analysis of the labour market relevance and outcomes of higher education systems are to:
This report presents the analytical framework for addressing the labour market relevance and outcomes of higher education and the outcomes of a questionnaire to countries on current policies and practices to enhance labour market relevance and outcomes. It also provides an overview of the approach that a series of country reviews will follow in 2017-18 as the OECD undertakes detailed analyses of the labour market relevance and outcomes of national higher education systems. The framework has benefited from the advice of the OECD Informal Working Group on Higher Education and from the stakeholder dialogue that began with the first OECD Higher Education Stakeholder Forum in 2016.
The guidelines provide countries with information on participating in country reviews for the in-depth analysis in 2017-18.
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