In the context of the "Bologna process" and the evolving common European higher education area there is a growing demand on comparative information about European universities for prospective students. In 2004 the CHE has begun to internationalise its ranking in a step-by-step-approach. After including the universities of Austria and Switzerland the universities of the Netherlands and Flanders will be included into the CHE ranking.
In a first step there will be a pilot study covering three disciplines/subject areas: pysychology, electrical engineering and one field of the humanities. Indicators and data collection will have to be adjusted to the structures of the national higher education systems as well as to different academic cultures in the participating countries.
For each subject areas data will include information on both teaching and research performance, as well as on facilities and student services.
Verantwortlich beim Projektpartner
Prof. Dr. Anthony F.J. van Raan , Director, CWTS
Dr. Don Westerheijden, Senior Research Associate, CHEPS
Tony Keuleers, Deuty Director, Ministerie Onderwiijs (BE) - Department of Education and TRaining Policy, Higher Education Unit
Westerheijden, Don; Federkeil, Gero: Ranking Goes International. Piloting the CHE Ranking of Study Programmes in Flanders and te Netherlands, in: Michele Rostan and Massimiliano Vaira (Hrsg.): Questioning Excellence in Higher Education. , Rotterdam/Boston/Taipeh, 2011, S. 175-193
BA- / MA-AbschlüsseBologna ProzessEuropäischer HochschulraumHochschulrankingInternationalisierungsstrategieRanking international
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