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Generation Hochschulabschluss Vielf Ltige Perspektiven Auf Studium Und Berufseinstieg

Author : Choni Flöther
ISBN : 9783830982210
Genre : Education
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Durch den stetigen Anstieg der Studierendenquote in Deutschland wird ein abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudium zunehmend zur Normalität und prägt die persönlichen und beruflichen Biographien von immer mehr Menschen. Mit der kontinuierlichen Zunahme der Absolventenzahlen gewinnen wissenschaftliche Studien zu Hochschulabsolventinnen und -absolventen eine immer höhere Bedeutung für die Gesellschaft. Dieser Sammelband enthält Analysen aus dem 'Kooperationsprojekt Absolventenstudien (KOAB)' zu den unterschiedlichen Erfahrungen der Absolventinnen und Absolventen mit ihrem Studium und dem Einstieg in den Arbeitsmarkt. Zusätzlich wird thematisiert, mit welchen Ansprüchen Absolventenstudien heutzutage verbunden sind und wie sich die tatsächliche Nutzung im Rahmen der Hochschulentwicklung gestaltet. Das 'Kooperationsprojekt Absolventenstudien (KOAB)', das die Datenbasis für die hier präsentierten Metaanalysen liefert, wird vom International Centre for Higher Education Research der Universität Kassel (INCHER-Kassel) gemeinsam mit rund 70 Hochschulen durchgeführt.

Careers Of University Graduates

Author : Ulrich Teichler
ISBN : 9781402059261
Genre : Education
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This book offers detailed comparative analyses of graduate employment and work, drawn from a survey of graduates in 11 European countries and Japan. The book shows how transition to employment, job assignments, employee assessments of the quality of employment and work vary by the graduates’ socio-biographic and educational background. It demonstrates more substantial differences in the relationships between study and subsequent employment between various countries than previous debates and analyses have suggested.

The Death Of A Scientist

Author : Alexander Vapirev
ISBN : PKEY:6610000108640
Genre : Education
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A contemporary and detailed look at the reality behind the PhD degrees and postdoctoral fellowships in academia. The book explores some of the most pressing issues and unique challenges currently facing the doctoral and postdoctoral programs both on a local institutional level and on a global one where multiple complex factors influencing and governing the academic environment take place. The interrelated nature of these challenges together with discussions over certain historical trends and demographics offer a unique perspective on some often overlooked topics such as academic advisors and mentoring, increasing job insecurity, career prospects, mental issues, discrimination and women in science, ever growing need for funding, increasing pressure for high-profile research, internationalization of science, trends in university management, higher education dynamics, and government policies, backed with references to published research, national and international surveys, and census data. Today, most of the PhD programs have been accommodated to the benefit of the university with disregard to any sustainable demand-and-supply job market strategies, contrary to the original ideas behind their inception. The result is an over-flooded job market and huge underemployment rates among doctorate holders. Infused with a narrative of a rich mix of personal experiences, observations, and impressions, all dressed in humor (mostly dark), sarcasm, irony, disbelief, and often outright criticism, this text does not shy away from asking uncomfortable questions and even attempts to provide answers to some of them. At the same time it also offers practical advice for those considering and those who already have dared to tread the PhD path.

Towards A Shared Vision For Higher Education

Author : Siawuch Amini
ISBN : 9783899588934
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Competencies Higher Education And Career In Japan And The Netherlands

Author : Jim Allen
ISBN : 9781402060441
Genre : Education
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This book investigates how social and cultural factors affect the education, training and career development of graduates of higher education in Japan and the Netherlands. The aim of this book is to explore how Dutch and Japanese graduates choose and develop their careers in reference to the above-mentioned challenges. It is based on a unique data set consisting of surveys held among graduates three and eight years after leaving higher education.

Higher Education In Saudi Arabia

Author : Larry Smith
ISBN : 9789400763210
Genre : Education
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This book provides the first academically rigorous description and critical analysis of the Higher Education system in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and of the vision, strategies and policy imperatives for the future development of Saudi universities. The government of Saudi Arabia has recognized in both policy and practice the necessity of developing its university system to world-class standard. Significantly increasing access and participation in Higher Education across a range of traditional and non-traditional disciplines is directly relevant to the future social and economic growth of the country. This book addresses the way in which Saudi Arabia is moving to develop a quality university system that balances the need for students to gain the knowledge, skills and ‘ways of doing’ necessary to operate effectively on the world stage while simultaneously maintaining and demonstrating the fundamental values of the Islamic religion and culture. The book provides a description and critical analysis of the key components of the Saudi Higher Education system, and of system-level responses to the challenges and opportunities facing Saudi universities. It is written by a team of Saudi academics and authors of international standing from non-Saudi universities so as to provide both internal and external perspectives on all issues and to place information and ideas in the context of the international Higher Education scene.

Going To University

Author : Case, Jennifer
ISBN : 9781928331698
Genre : Education
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Around the world, more young people than ever before are attending university. Student numbers in South Africa have doubled since democracy and for many families, higher education is a route to a better future for their children. But alongside the overwhelming demand for higher education, questions about its purposes have intensified. Deliberations about the curriculum, culture and costing of public higher education abound from student activists, academics, parents, civil society and policy-makers. We know, from macro research, that South African graduates generally have good employment prospects. But little is known at a detailed level about how young people actually make use of their university experiences to craft their life courses. And even less is known about what happens to those who drop out. This accessible book brings together the rich life stories of 73 young people, six years after they began their university studies. It traces how going to university influences not only their employment options, but also nurtures the agency needed to chart their own way and to engage critically with the world around them. The book offers deep insights into the ways in which public higher education is both a private and public good, and it provides significant conclusions pertinent to anyone who works in – and cares about – universities.

Higher Education In A Globalising World

Author : J. Enders
ISBN : 1402008643
Genre : Business & Economics
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Globalisation is claimed to be making a serious impact on education throughout the world. This book analyses the development of international policies in higher education and the impact of mutual observation and policy borrowing on national policies. It also offers insights into the challenges for students, staff, and labour market relationships.

Disability And Campus Dynamics

Author : Wendy S. Harbour
ISBN : 9781118158760
Genre : Education
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Prepare your institution for a new generation of disabilityservices that embraces the growing student, as well as staff andfaculty population with disabilities. Legal compliance, reasonableaccommodations, classroom instruction issues, strategies to improvethe campus climate and more--this volume examines what disabilityservices may have to offer, and have cmapuses and disabilityservice professionals may need to collaborate or expand traditionalnotions of disability and disability services. Volume editors Wendy S. Harbour, Lawrence B. Taishoff Professorof Inclusive Education at Syracuse University, and Joseph W.Madaus, co-director of the Center on Postsecondary Education andDisability, assemble an introduction, and overview of disabilityservices. Contributing authors examine campus case-studies,procedures and terminology, legal compliance and disabilityservices for staff and faculty. The volume concludes with a broadview of disability itself and how its role as a part of campusdiversity. This is the 154th volume of the Jossey-Bass quarterly reportseries New Directions for Higher Education. Addressedto presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other higher-educationdecision-makers on all kinds of campuses, New Directions forHigher Education provides timely information andauthoritative advice about major issues and administrative problemsconfronting every institution.

The Hep Higher Education Directory

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105003622813
Genre : Education, Higher
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