EDU general conference 2008 › Fabrice Hénard
Fabrice Hénard joined the OECD Programme on Institutional Management in Higher Education (IMHE) 2007 as an Analyst. He is currently responsible for the project on Quality and relevance of teaching in higher education. He also keeps track of quality assurance matters at the level of the European Higher Education Area and in other parts of the world.
Prior to IMHE, Fabrice was involved in the evaluation of public policies for about nine years, mostly in the educational sector. During four years he worked at the French National Agency for the Evaluation of Research and of Tertiary Education, carrying out institutional evaluations on management and leadership for French and European universities. In addition he steered transnational reviews on convergence and mutual recognition of quality assurance systems and participated in the design of methodology of EU-funded mobility programmes. Previously, Fabrice worked for five years as a senior consultant in evaluation of public policies and in policy design, at the consulting company Eureval-Centre for European Evaluation Expertise.
Fabrice graduated from the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po-Paris) and holds a Master degree in urban policy of Sciences Po.