A quick look at stakeholders’ involvement in HEIs’ QA. Bruno CURVALE (CNÉ) Thierry MALAN (IGAENR) René-Paul MARTIN (CTI) France. CNÉ in the light of the democratisation of higher education The relationships between the industrial and business world and the universities
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Bruno CURVALE (CNÉ)
Thierry MALAN (IGAENR)
René-Paul MARTIN (CTI)
l Advices about policies in higher education :
- The President of the Republic,
- Minister in charge of higher education,
- Decisions makers
Starting up of the Bologna process
Source : MEN 2004
A.I Programmes offered
A.II Implementation of the programmes offered
A.III The students: from enrolment to employability
B.I Research: Organisation, dissemination, economic development, knowledge transfer
C.II The institutions and its academic, research and service departments
C.IV Management of human resources
C.V Financial management
C.VI Management of information systems and logistical functions
A.I Programmes offered
Reference A.I.1 : The institution offers programmes that correspond to its missions and environment
Reference A.I.2 : Continuing vocational training is an integral part of the programmes offered
Reference A.I.9 : The Masters programmes offered have connection with research and collaboration with industry and commerce
Reference A.I.11 : The programmes offered integrate the knowledge and skills acquired by the student.
Reference A.I.12 : The programmes offered include preparation for the employability.
A relation embedded in history
A traditional, and not invasive, relationship as regard a few issues …
An in depth transformation in progress
From coexistence to participation to partnership : a more intrusive and altering relationship.
A long and continuing process of creation of new professional degrees in the universities from the 60’, involving more relationships with the professions.
The present challenge is the adaptation to the Bologna process from 1998 onwards
From coexistence to participation to partnership : a more intrusive and altering relationship
The economic developments linked with research activities
In brief, according to the experience of institutional evaluation :
- one cycle of 5 years of higher education
- degree after 300 ECTS credits
- "Ingénieur diplômé" stands for Master degree (not the reverse)
- no board of engineers in France, however the « ingénieur diplomé» title is protected
- entry in engineering profession directly after engineering degree recognized by the « Conventions collectives ».
A variety of cursus, structures, organisations and engineering specialties but common standards and procedures.
30 000 degrees in 2004
- 50% higher education ministry - 25% other ministries - 25% private institutions
1 300 degrees in 2004
Expected Role and Responsability of Labor Market Representatives, Graduate Employability
Context of the ingénieur diplômé (Master degree) education and professional activity
Context of Involvement of labor market representatives in Engineering Education
8 academic rep. from Ministry of Higher Education
8 Industry representatives
8 rep. From other Ministries and private institutions
8 Engineer Associations rep. Trade Unions rep.
(every 6 years and compulsory)
In 6 chapters
40% are employed before being graduated
95% of job seekers are employed 8 months after being graduated
8% of graduates under 30 are unemployed (average 5%)
20% are appointed outside France
32% are employed in the same company
40% for apprenticeship