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1 Bologna Magna Charta The Challenges of Modern Higher Education Bologna, September 2013

2 Contents 1.UNIVERSIA 2.INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND PROJECTS - Knowledge- Collaboration - Employment- Future 3. UNIVERSIA FOUNDATION

3 Contents 1.UNIVERSIA 2.INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND PROJECTS - Knowledge- Collaboration - Employment- Future

4 1,242 universities 23 countries 15,3 m. lecturers and students UNIVERSIA

5 A project involving 1,242 Ibero-american universities and an international benchmark in Corporate Social Responsibility from Banco Santander

6 UNIVERSIA It began in the year 2000 Initially envisaged as an internet portal Today it is a network of universities with an internet portal as a platform

7 UNIVERSIA It links projects to business needs which have a solution in the university world

8 UNIVERSIA May 2005 Seville Declaration June 2010 Guadalajara Agenda July 2014 Rio de Janeiro Meeting

9 UNIVERSIA

10 3. UNIVERSIA FOUNDATION Contents 1.UNIVERSIA 2.INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND PROJECTS - Knowledge- Collaboration - Employment- Future

11 KNOWLEDGE International corporate training 494 directors of Ibero-American universities for universities

12 870 directors of Ibero-American universities 12,955 employees of public or private companies For public and private companies Local corporate training for universities KNOWLEDGE

13 > International, Academic and Organising committees of the 3 rd Meeting of Universia Chancellors > Governing boards in 8 countries > Annual General Meeting of Universia Spain > Local meetings of Chancellors KNOWLEDGE

14 3. UNIVERSIA FOUNDATION Contents 1.UNIVERSIA 2.INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND PROJECTS - Knowledge- Collaboration - Employment- Future

15 COLLABORATION

16 Launch of Yale environment 360 in Spanish and Portuguese Over 10 millones unique users a month Published by Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies Specialised reports, commentaries and analysis on global environmental matters COLLABORATION

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18 CINDA issues The challenges of higher education in Ibero-America Institutional platform Accesss and opportunities Teaching staff Advanced human capital training Financing for higher education Governance and management Quality assurance COLLABORATION

19 2009 Knowledge Economy Index Source: Based on The World Bank, Knowledge Assessment Methodology 2011 The advancement of Ibero-American countries into the global economy based on intensive use of knowledge is still limited The Ibero-American area COLLABORATION SPA POR CHI URU CRC BRA ARG MEX LAC PAN COL PER CUB VEN ELS PAR ECU DRM BOL HON GUA NIC CAN GBR AUS USA KOR

20 During the second five years of the 21 st century, matriculation continued to grow in the majority of Ibero-American countries Matriculation growth at the start of the 21 st century Annual average Source: Based en the 2009 National Reports Institutional platform COLLABORATION VEN URU PER CHI NIC COL BRA BOL PAR HON GUA ELS MEX CU DRM ARG CRC PAN POR SPA

21 Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Spain Mexico Peru Report on Professional Skills in Pre- university and University Students in Ibero-America COLLABORATION

22 To analyse the existing degree of correlation between professional skills training offered by educational institutions at secondary, upper secondary and higher levels (pre- university and university) and productive and social sector qualification requirements Objective of the study COLLABORATION

23 Theoretical knowledge Finding and processing info. Abstraction and analysis Written and oral communication Second language Application of knowledge Negotiation Decision-making Use of ICT Lifelong learning Self-employment Leadership Innovation Environment Social responsibility Interpersonal skills Adaptation Decision-making University Lower education CompanyIndividual initiativeSociety Family environment Who should provide skills training? COLLABORATION Graduates Employers Teachers

24 Not satisfied Neither satisfied nor unsatisfied Satisfied Satisfaction with training received by the groups COLLABORATION Students Secondary teachers University teachers Graduates Employers

25 3. UNIVERSIA FOUNDATION Contents 1.UNIVERSIA 2.INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND PROJECTS - Knowledge- Collaboration - Employment- Future

26 EMPLOYMENT University access to the world of work is one of Universia’s commitments to the Ibero-American university community The Leading Work Community in Ibero-America

27 1,477,028 job opportunities advertised First semester 2013 First semester ,477,028 1,187,393 EMPLOYMENT The Leading Work Community in Ibero-America

28 7,564,930 employment requests advertised 7,564,930 6,179,635 First semester 2013 First semester 2012 EMPLOYMENT The Leading Work Community in Ibero-America

29 10,863,988 CVs in the database 10,863,988 8,953,917 First semester 2013 First semester 2012 EMPLOYMENT The Leading Work Community in Ibero-America

30 International applications 301 multinationals have advertised positions under international opportunities 6,882 applications received in the first semester of 2013 EMPLOYMENT The Leading Work Community in Ibero-America

31 220,012 were offers to Ibero-American university graduates *an estimated 40% of the total vacancies advertised in the first semester of 2013 Placements * internships through the Work Community, of which… EMPLOYMENT The Leading Work Community in Ibero-America

32 3. UNIVERSIA FOUNDATION Contents 1.UNIVERSIA 2.INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND PROJECTS - Knowledge- Collaboration - Employment- Future

33 Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) FUTURE

34 *Data updated 9 May 2013 Spain 68.5% Mexico 5.6% Argentina 2.1% Peru 3.7% United States 0.7% Chile 1.6% Brazil 0.7% Colombia 8.5% Venezuela 1.7% 1 st Edition: 1,892,127 visits FUTURE

35 58 courses advertised by 18 universities 188,802 registered users (since 10 January) 305,035 course sign-ups (since 10 January) Source: Nielsen FUTURE

36 18.16% of students started the course and passed all modules with 100% FUTURE 41,094 students finished the courses passing all the assessments set by teachers 40% Two courses have achieved a pass rate of over 40% Source: Nielsen

37 9,909 registered researchers FUTURE Innoversia is the first open innovation portal connecting businesses and researchers

38 FUTURE Tenders: Innoversia Advertised 2010Before (to August)

39 FUTURE Tenders: Innoversia Visits , ,309 48,728 39,730 22,527 Before (to August)

40 3. UNIVERSIA FOUNDATION Contents 1.UNIVERSIA 2.INTERNATIONAL SERVICES AND PROJECTS - Knowledge- Collaboration - Employment- Future

41 UNIVERSIA FOUNDATION

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43 Thank You


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