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Students in Hungarian Higher Education. Marianna Szemerszki Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development (OFI) Budapest, 20. October 2011. Important changes in the system of HE. 1998 higher level vocational training as part of the system 2000 integration process

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students in hungarian higher education

Students in Hungarian Higher Education

Marianna Szemerszki

Hungarian Institute for Educational Research and Development (OFI)

Budapest, 20. October 2011.

important changes in the system of he
Important changes in the system of HE
  • 1998 higher level vocational training as part of the system
  • 2000 integration process
  • 2002-2003 ECTS compatible credit system
  • 2005 entrance exam=maturity exam (unified two-level system of secondary school-leaving examination)
  • 2005 positive discrimination in access (disability, mothers with small children, disadvantaged students)
  • 2006 introduction of the multi-cycle system (some experiment 1-2 years before)
the expansion of higher education students by form of education
The expansion of higher education – students by form of education

Source: HE Statistics Report

higher level vocational training in hungary
Higher level vocational training in Hungary
  • started in 1998
  • programs generally last 4 semesters
  • more adaptive to the demands of the labour market
  • can be organized either by the secondary or by the tertiary education
  • in the secondary school system: 22% of pupils studying after secondary school leaving certificate, in the HE: 6-7% percent of all students
  • In the HE gives students a higher vocational certificate, yet not a diploma
  • in the HE it runs independently from the BA/BSc level (the same system of application for admission, but different scores, different courses)
  • a given amount (30–60) of acquired credits can be recognized in Bachelor programs
students pupils in higher level vocational training
Students/pupils in higher level vocational training

Source: Statistics Reports of Ministry

students pupils in higher level vocational training by form of study
Students/pupils in higher level vocational training – by form of study

Source: Statistics Reports of Ministry

students at different level in he by field of study
Students at different level in HE by field of study

Source: Statistics Reports of Ministry

research among ba and higher level vocational training students
Research among BA and higher level vocational training students

Comparative research among BA students and those studying in higher level vocational training - the same fields of study, full time

BA students (N=1351)

higher level vocational training: - students in HE (N=647)

- pupils in secondary vocational schools (N=945)

Questions:

Who and why studies at the different level;

What is the difference between the 2 main groups concerning their previous studies and their family background;

What kind of motivation and plan they have for further studies or for work;

How they value their training, their study programs, what is their opinion about the different elements of training.

to get a good job
To get a good job…

4=very important, 1=not important at all

skills and competences
Skills and competences

Higher level vocational training

BA level

expectations for the future work how important
Expectations for the future work – how important …

5=very important, 1=not important at all

how easy to get a job
How easy to get a job…

4=very easy, 1=not possible at all

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