02 décembre 2012

Les "10 ans de la Validation des Acquis de l’Expérience" à Nice

http://www.unice.fr/asure/images/bandeau/bandeau_h.jpgClaire LOVISI, Recteur de l’Académie de Nice, Chancelier des Universités, Frédérique VIDAL, Président de l’Université, Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Marc SAILLARD, Président de l’Université Sud Toulon-Var, vous prient de bien vouloir honorer de votre présence les "10 ans de la Validation des Acquis de l’Expérience", lundi 3 décembre 2012 à 14 heures, Pôle Universitaire Saint Jean d’Angély II, 24 avenue des Diables Bleus, à Nice - Amphi 4.
Cet événement sera suivi d’un cocktail. RSVP impérative avant le 28 novembre 2012 à protocole@unice.fr ou par fax au 04 92 07 66 00.
Programme
Ouverture officielle de la manifestation

• Frédérique Vidal, Président de l’Université Nice Sophia Antipolis
• Marc Saillard, Président de l’Université Sud Toulon-Var
• Michel Vauzelle, Président du Conseil régional de Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (ou son représentant)
• Claire Lovisi, Recteur de l’Académie de Nice, Chancelier des Universités
Historique, bilan et perspectives de la VAE par Vincent Merle, professeur au CNAM de Paris.
Un dispositif efficient dans l’Académie
• Eliane Kotler, Directrice d’ASURE Formation à l’Université Nice Sophia Antipolis
• Jean Claude Thu ret, Délégué Académique à la Formation Professionnelle, Initiale et Continue
• Thierry Garrot, Coordonnateur académique de la formation continue dans l’Enseignement supérieur
• Catherine Maumet, Directrice Administrative du service de la Formation tout au Long de la Vie à l’Université du Sud Toulon-Var
• Jean Michel Arnoux, Responsable du Dispositif Académique de Validation des Acquis
• Joëlle Guigu et, Responsable de la VAE à l’Université Nice Sophia Antipolis - La VAE et le regard de l’entreprise
• Yvon Grosso, Président de l’UPE 06 - Retour d’expériences
• Table ronde consacrée à la VAE animée par Claudine Franc ini, journaliste et en présence de chefs d’entreprises, de membres de jurys, de lauréats de la VAE et de professionnels.
Remise de «diplômes» aux lauréats de l’année 2012 dans l’Académie de Nice.
L'Université Nice Sophia Antipolis propose l'accès à la V.A.E. à distance
L'université Nice Sophia Antipolis ouvre l'accès de son dispositif de V.A.E. aux candidats habitant en dehors de l'Académie de Nice. Grâce à ce dispositif de V.A.E. à distance, il est désormais possible pour un candidat d'accéder à un diplôme universitaire de l'université de Nice quel que soit son lieu d'habitation. Seul le déplacement pour le jury sera nécessaire puisque la totalité de la procédure pourra être suivie à distance... En savoir plus sur la V.A.E. à distance.
V.A.E à l’Université Nice Sophia Antipolis: des résultats toujours en progression!

La V.A.E permet à toute personne engagée dans la vie active de faire valider les acquis de son expérience, notamment professionnelle, en vue de l'acquisition de tout ou partie d'un diplôme.
L’université Nice Sophia Antipolis a toujours fait partie des 10 établissements de l’Enseignement Supérieur délivrant annuellement le plus de diplômes par V.A.E.
Les résultat obtenus cette année démontrent qu’au delà des chiffres, la réussite est au rendez-vous puisque pour 87% des personnes reçues par un jury, la décision rendue a été favorable. 56.5% de nos candidats ont bénéficié d’une validation totale et 30.5% d’une validation partielle. Ces derniers pourront finaliser dès cette rentrée universitaire (2012-2013) leur démarche et obtenir le diplôme dans les meilleurs délais.
Pour tout renseignement sur la V.A.E. rendez-vous dans nos pages Validation des Acquis.
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http://www.unice.fr/asure/images/bandeau/bandeau_h.jpg Claire Lovisi, Rettore dell'Accademia di Nizza, Cancelliere dell'Università, Frédérique VIDAL, Presidente dell'Università di Nizza-Sophia Antipolis, Marc Saillard, presidente del Sud dell'Università Toulon-Var, vi chiediamo gentilmente di onorare la vostra presenza di "10 anni di convalida dell'esperienza acquisita" Lunedi, 3 dicembre 2012 al 14 ore, Pôle Universitaire Saint Jean d'Angely II, 24 Avenue Blue Devils a Nizza - Amphi 4.
Questo evento sarà seguito da un cocktail. RSVP obbligatoria prima del 28 Novembre 2012 a protocole@unice.fr o via fax al numero 04 92 07 66 00. Più...

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University applications down 9.9%

StudentsBy Press Association. The number of students in England applying to university has slumped by almost 10%, official figures have shown.
The latest UCAS statistics reveal that almost 12,000 fewer people living in England have applied to start degree courses in autumn 2013.
In total, 107,687 potential university students have already submitted their applications, the figures show, compared with 119,548 who had applied by this point last year, meaning there has been a 9.9% fall in applications comparing 2013 with 2012.
Students planning to start degree courses next autumn will pay tuition fees of up to £9,000 a year after the hike, which saw maximum fees tripled, was introduced this autumn. Read more...

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China now our top university partner

Feedback FormChina has overtaken the United States as Australia's biggest "knowledge partner" for the first time.
A Universities Australia study of the links institutions here have with those overseas found the connections with China have increased by 72 per cent since 2003.
With 885 university agreements with Chinese institutions now, that country overtook the US (with 876 links) as Australia's leading partner.
The study found Australian universities continued to strongly pursue partnerships around the globe, with a 28 per cent jump in formal agreements since 2008. Read more...

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Université de Montréal launches ambitious fundraising campaign

Subscribe to The Gazette and stay connected your wayBy Karen Seidman. The Université de Montréal is spearheading the most ambitious fundraising campaign ever attempted among francophone universities worldwide — a goal of $500 million to support teaching, research and infrastructure.
Under the banner of Campus Montréal, U de M is joining with Polytechnique Montréal and HEC Montréal to raise the cash to ensure they can continue providing the highest quality education.
The campaign is following McGill University’s even more ambitious goal of raising $750 million, yet the universities say this push for additional funds is not in response to its chronic underfunding, but a chance to improve quality and remain competitive in the world. Read more...

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Building strategic links in education Bric by Bric

irishtimes.comBy John Holden. Increased student exchange and research collaboration is paving the way for stronger ties with India, Brazil and Russia.
Irish educational institutions are signing an increasing number of memorandums of understanding (MOU) with the Bric countries, to allow for increased student exchange, and more importantly, increased international research collaboration.
While growing links between new economic Goliath China and the Irish government, academia and industry have already been well documented, less is known about activity in the high-growth markets of Brazil, Russia and India.
In all three economies, it is educational links which will lay the foundations for future export market success. Numerous Irish institutions already have ties with educational bodies in the Brics which have lead to cross collaboration at all higher education levels. Plus the increasing amount of commercially-driven research means that many educational links will organically become industrial ties. Read more...

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UK needs to raise its game to compete

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Martin Rees. How can UK universities become more globally competitive? At the graduate level, one way would be to follow the US, where a minority of universities have strong graduate schools.
Even though many British universities may offer masters courses in specific subjects, I believe the UK should concentrate graduate education at the PhD level and encourage alliances and clustering in specialised areas. Many academics bridle at this suggestion, so, in making it, it is important to emphasise that concentration of graduate education need not, especially in the humanities, entail an equivalent concentration of research – that is a distinction that is often conflated.
Many who teach in the best American liberal arts colleges are productive researchers and scholars, but if they have graduate students, these are based in another university.
* Lord Martin Rees is astronomer royal and emeritus professor of cosmology and astrophysics at the University of Cambridge. This is an extract from the pamphlet University Diversity: Freedom, excellence and funding for a global future published by the Politeia think-tank. He will be debating with Universities and Science Minister David Willetts on 12 December on whether British universities can keep ahead in a global future in connection with the recent launch of the Council for the Defence of British Universities, of which he is a member. Read more...

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Internationalisation begins to bear fruit

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Hiep Pham. It is time for Taiwan to support developing countries in training their young people, in the same way that Western countries such as America have done for Taiwan in the past, according to Teresa Ju, director of the Taiwan Education Center in Da Nang in central Vietnam.
Decades ago, the Taiwan government and Taiwanese families sent their young people to the West for a better quality education. Nowadays, the trend is being reversed – Taiwan has emerged as an attractive destination for international students.
“Before, we [Taiwanese] went abroad only to receive higher education, now we should go abroad to provide higher education,” Ju, a professor at Lunghwa University of Science and Technology, a private institution in Taiwan, told University World News.
Like many of Taiwan’s baby boomers, Ju went to the United States in the late 1960s and earned a PhD from Nova Southeastern University. After more than 20 years of working in US industry she returned to Taiwan to pursue an academic career, first at Foo-Yin University and later at Shu-Te University and Lunghwa University of Science and Technology. Read more...

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Congolese, Chinese nationals under scrutiny after 'bogus student' fears

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Jan Petter Myklebust. The impact of controls on recruitment of Congolese and Chinese students to Belgian higher education institutions has been significant, according to a report prepared with the support of the European Commission.
In the period since 2004 covered by the report, Congolese nationals were said to be using forged documentation to obtain a university place, while a rapid rise in the number of Chinese students – to a fifth of all international students in the country – prompted claims that they were working illegally in the restaurant industry.
The report, Migration of International Students to Belgium 2000-2012: Striking a balance between migration management and actively attracting students from third countries for the purposes of study and research, set out to examine the patterns of recruitment of international students, both to French-speaking institutions and to universities in the Flemish region, following the increased opportunities due to Bologna degree reforms and the increasing number of courses taught in English. Read more...

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Debate on future of higher education and research

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Jane Marshall. A vast national consultation to determine the future of French higher education and research has culminated in 121 proposals, distilled from nearly 1,300 written contributions and 20,000 participants who attended more than 500 meetings and debates throughout the country.
The three themes of the Assises Nationales de l’Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche, held in Paris on 26 and 27 November, were ensuring success for all students, especially those taking first degrees; giving a fresh boost to research, at all stages and in all fields, and ensuring French influence in Europe and internationally; and improving governance of institutions and organisation of the higher education and research system nationally and regionally.
The exercise was announced by Minister for Higher Education and Research Geneviève Fioraso after the socialist-led government took office in May. President François Hollande had promised priority for youth in his election campaign. Read more...

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Universities must better prepare young people for labour market

http://enews.ksu.edu.sa/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/UWN.jpgBy Yojana Sharma. Asia’s universities must align more closely with labour market needs to ensure graduates have the skills and knowledge demanded by employers, according to a new Asian Development Bank (ADB) report, one of many released by international and regional organisations this year stressing the need for higher education to produce labour-market skills.
“Higher education is increasingly expected to address the issue of employability,” said the just-released report Improving Transitions from School to University to Workplace.
A rapid expansion of higher education has the potential to complicate employability rather than address it efficiently, suggests the report, which covers 15 countries in Asia and noted that employability can become a major drag on Asian countries’ development in the coming years. Read more...

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