Presentation on theme: "Modernization of Educational Process as a Mean to Satisfy the Requirements of Labour-market in the Field of Culture Management."— Presentation transcript:
Modernization of Educational Process as a Mean to Satisfy the Requirements of Labour-market in the Field of Culture Management
Georgian law about the Higher Education Parliament of GeorgiaGeorgian governmentPrime-Minister of Georgia Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia National Center for Educational Accreditation Higher Education System Management
Higher Education Cycles Higher Education Cycles College (Bachelor programs) Teaching University (Bachelor and Master programs) University (Bachelor, Master and Doctoral programs) Bachelor’s Degree 240 ECTS Master’s Degree 120 ECTS Doctoral Degree 180 ECTS Degree of Certified Specialist (professional higher educational program) 120-180 ECTS Certified medical specialists (veterinary) educational program and residency 300-360 ECTS
S – strengths Highly qualified academic personnel Lowest tuition fee Wide range of specialties at all three cycles of Higher Education 5 scientific and research institutions at the Humanities faculty Educational programs in correspondence with the European credit transfer system Transparent and flexible educational programs (major and minor courses) Students’ self-government W – weaknesses Programs give general, fundamental knowledge – lack of specialists of the specific profile Lack of modern methods in the teaching process Practice elements are less demonstrated in the educational programs Faculty does not have a webpage Material and technical resources require improvement and development Non-sufficient number of computers, no copying and scanning machines No implementation of exchange programs for students and academic staff
O – opportunities Implementation of new innovative teaching methods Participation in different competitions and projects Usage of new technologies in the teaching process Establishing contacts with foreign universities and signing memorandums Availability of exchange programs Integration with European education system as a part of Bologna System Contacts establishment with the potential employers, their engagement in the educational programs elaboration process, maintaining joint projects Close collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia, National center of Education Quality Improvement of the education quality using internal and external control mechanisms Opportunities of finding additional financing sources T – threads Loss or decreasing of interest in Humanities faculty Tendency among the students to choose English philology educational program, less interest in other humanities program High competition from larger and recognized state universities Alumni’s employment low rate; employment not in the field of their specialty A narrow segment of labor market Poor economic situation which is reflected on the students’ solvency Possibility of personnel and academic staff flow to other highly paid higher education institutions Budget resources limitation which hinders the improvement of the infrastructure development Possible tuition fee growth due to the current economic situation
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