No. 14 (2004)
Articles

Career Monitoring, Institutional Assessment and Ranking

Published September 22, 2004
Tünde Csapóné Riskó
Debreceni Egyetem Agrártudományi Centrum
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APA

Csapóné Riskó, T. (2004). Career Monitoring, Institutional Assessment and Ranking. Acta Agraria Debreceniensis, (14), 73-77. https://doi.org/10.34101/actaagrar/14/3370

The labour market started to make a difference between the diplomas issued by higher educational institutions. The decision of prospective students considerably depends on the labour market value of a certain diploma. Career monitoring of graduates is a very important task of higher educational institutions. Feedback and experiences from the graduates and the employers are valuable sources of information for the institutions to shape their teaching activities in order to meet the actual demand of the labour market. Career monitoring of graduates is not a common activity at present in Hungary. Some institutions regularly monitor the labour market position of their graduates, but unfortunately most institutions do not invest time or manpower in such activities. A country level study has already been introduced that included almost all the higher educational institutions in Hungary. This study, coordinated by the Hungarian Ministry of Education, appears ready to be continued. The aim of this study is to introduce some institutional and country level initiations of career monitoring.

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