By Stefanie Schwarz, Don F. Westerheijden
This quantity provides a wealthy account of the improvement of accreditation and assessment in 20 ecu international locations. It exhibits how accreditation is turning into a primary mechanism within the guidance of upper schooling throughout Europe. The ebook is exclusive in its research of forces using in the direction of the unfold of other types of accreditation within the rising ecu larger schooling area.
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15 Table 6. e. is the emphasis in the accreditation (or evaluation) scheme on input factors, process factors and/or output factors? , 2001; Vroeijenstijn, 2003). The countries taking part in the so-called ‘Joint Quality Initiative’ all emphasise that, for them, accreditation ought to depend first and foremost on the proven quality of the graduates, which is the main output factor. The country report on Italy, for instance, shows a contrasting position, in that data required for recognition of study programmes’ regulations – note that it is an ex ante recognition of regulations – of the new two-cycle type concentrate on input: numbers of teaching staff, available facilities, curriculum plans, etc.
E. the members of review teams, mainly come from the academic world. However, involving a minority representation of other stakeholders (professions, employers) is widespread practice (Flanders, France, the Netherlands pre2003, Norway, Portugal, Sweden). In fewer cases, student representatives also take part in the external review teams (the Netherlands pre-2003, Sweden). ACCREDITATION AND EVALUATION IN EUROPE 29 Formal Rules and Actual Implementation The total duration of evaluation processes is about one year.
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