1 Independent Ranking Agency MAIN PRINCIPLES OF THE STRATEGY ON BUILDING OF WORLD-CLASS UNIVERSITIES IN RUSSIA Vladimir Troyan Irina Artyushina Shanghai 2007
2 Introduction CONTENTS: Concept of the Modernization of the Russian High Education System Russian Universities in the Bologna Process Criteria of the Selection of Innovation Russian Universities Methodic and Criteria of the Independent Ranking Agency RatER Conclusions
3 INTRODUCTION Main features of the modern world development is a transfer to the economics of knowledge (generation, distribution, and using of knowledge) Place of Russia in the world innovation processes is inadequate to the intellectual and educational potential of the country
4 568 state (federal) higher education institutions 1242 of their branches 52 Regional accredited high schools 352 accredited non-public higher education institutions 341of their branches 7,06 million Students PhD Students
5 Problems: Quality of the Higher Education should respond to the requirement to the modern labour market Competitiveness on the international educational survey market Teaching and research stuff. Attracting of young talented people to Universities
6 Low innovation activity of the economic branches Absence of necessary elements of the innovation infrastructure Low capitalization of the intellectual potential Insufficient development of the economic mechanism to transfer the results of intellectual activity to industry
7 Integration of Education and Research creation of Educational-Research Centers with Institutes of Russian Academy of Science Fall of the prestige of the profession of teacher and scientist: in Russia - 1%, in USA 51% - the most prestigious, 25% - very prestigious, 20% - prestigious Рart of (GDP) Gross Domestic Product in ,9% for High Education.
8 Brain drain (from 1989 till teachers and researchers has departed, are holding contracts). But this is the best researchers and teachers in productive age. The main reason is a low salary - on an average $250 and an old equipment (about 30% of equipment is older than 12 years) This destroys the system of traditionally very strong Scientific Schools
9 CONCEPT OF THE MODERNIZATION OF THE RUSSIAN HIGH EDUCATION SYSTEM ( ) Readiness to decide economy and society. problems of modern Inviting of society to the active dialog and participation to the management of the High Education and reformation processes.
10 Rise of the quality of the professional education Guarantee of the accessible qualitative higher education for all Russian citizens Transfer to the modern educational technology Development of the economic mechanism to transfer the results of intellectual activity to industry
11 Rise of the investments to the higher education. It should be attractive for the investors. Development of the modern Long Life Learning and Distance Learning. Development of the competitive export of the educational surveys
12 RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES IN THE BOLOGNA PROCESS Two-cycle degree programs are implemented in half of all higher education institutions in over 100 fields of study, with exemption for medicine, service and information security. Bachelor s degree: 681 Institutions (50.7%), Master s degree: 305 Institutions (22.7%).
13 752 Institutions (56%) include the doctoral studies as a third cycle. 31 Institutions (2.5%) develop pilot projects and apply the credit system in only some educational programs (10-15%). Adoption of the Diploma Supplement is realized as a pilot project.
14 CRITERIA OF THE SELECTION OF INNOVATION RUSSIAN UNIVERSITIES The innovation Universities should guarantee the creation of the stable development of the research, reproduction of knowledge which is competitive on the world market Creation of the effective innovation system which will connect education, research and business and implement it in the global innovation system It is the first step to the world-class Universities
15 17 Universities were winners on the first round (10 bln Rubles or 400 mln USD for 2 years) 40 Universities were winners on the second round (20 bln Rubles or 800 mln USD for 2 years). Each University have received from 40 mln USD till 8 mln USD for the realization of the innovation educational program and research process.
16 1.The general results of University activity in academic years: - number and results of international, federal and regional projects implemented by University in a period of academic years; - number of scientific publications, total and mentioned by number of teaching staff;
17 - number of patents inventions and knowhow, total and mentioned by number of teaching stuff; - number of exhibits demonstrated at the exhibitions (including international ones), total and mentioned by number of teaching stuff; - number of Russian and International awards, prizes in the field of science, culture and education, total and mentioned by number of teaching stuff.
18 2. Management of the University: - availability of strategy development program of the University and averageterm plan of actions for the period of academic years; - availability of public control authorities (for example, supervisory council), with significant level of representation of public and professional Communities;
19 - annual publication of reports on results of the activity, including those about structure of incomes and expenditures of budgetary and out-of-budgetary funds of the University; - availability of system of educational process quality control (for example, ISO9000); - availability of information systems of educational process control.
20 3. Educational programs: - number of students (including bachelors, specialists, masters, postgraduate students, competitors, person working for doctor s science degree (second degree in Russia)); - share of students studying under twolevel programs of higher education;
21 - share of graduates who studied under Master, PhD, doctor Science and MBA programs in an aggregate number of graduates; - average score of the Uniform State Examination (USE) among students enrolled to the first year of study under contractual and state-funded basis;
22 - share of teaching stuff and researchers younger than 40 years old; - share of students and post-graduate students involved in realization of educational process; - number of personal computers which are used in educational process; - availability of a local information network;
23 - number of personal computers comparing to the number of students which have access to the Internet; - availability of public domain site of the University; - availability of access for students and employees of the University to electronic educational resources (electronic libraries, statistical information basis etc.);
24 - number of foreign periodicals, received by library of the University; - relation of number of places for residing in hostels to the total number of students; - share of educational programs which have passed public and professional accreditation including international; - share of the graduates who graduated from the University within the framework of target training programs (for example, supported by industry and business).
25 4. Research, development and innovation activity: - scope of research and development and design-analytical works, of mentioned by number of teaching and research stuff; - scope of out-of-budget research and development and design-analytical works, mentioned by number of teaching and research stuff;
26 - number of teaching stuff and researchers with academic degrees in the field of professional programs; - number of teaching stuff and researchers participating in work of scientific and implementation enterprises, joint design bureau, business incubators, technical parks, patent agencies, centers of technological advantages.
27 5. International activity: - share of citizens of the foreign states comparing to total number of students, including students from non-cis countries; - share of educational programs which have received an international accreditation; - membership in the international educational organizations;
28 - number of international projects in the sphere of education and scientific research, common and mentioned by number research and teaching stuff; - number of students, teachers and researchers who participated in the international exchange programs in academic years;
29 - number of international conferences, symposiums, scientific seminars held in academic years at the University; - share of invited foreign professors and teachers; - share of graduates studying under the programs with participation of foreign partners comparing to total number of the University graduates.
30 Additional criteria are also available: Availability of scientific schools recognized at the world level; Availability of design-analytical and scientific-and-research centers of national importance. Public estimation, for example, by Independent Ranking Agency RatER
31 Concept The Independent Ranking Agency RatER was founded in April 2005 on the own initiative of businessman Oleg Deripaska. The concept was prepared by the representatives of the Ministry for Science and Education, experts, employers, recruiters and university management.
32 Target groups Ministry for Science and Education RF Management Institutions University Parents of Higher Education Entrants and their
33 Methodological theses 1. Education quality is RatER s key definition 2. The general aim is to promote competition among the universities 3. The criteria of estimation are chosen on the basis both domestic and international experience 4. The results of the studies are presented in the form of universities ranking and public opinion surveys 5. The main feature of RatER s methodic is the orientation on the results of education, and not on factors that help to achieve those results
34 6. The graduates competitiveness in the management labor market is one of the basic principles of RatER s system of public estimation 7. Methods of accumulation and analysis of sociological information: -in-depth interviews (experts, employers, university management, local employment authorities) - questionnaire surveys (senior students, graduates, employers and teaching staff) - statistical processing (factor analysis, scaling, cluster analysis, regression analysis etc.)
35 INDICES AS A STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE RATER CRITERIA Professional training index Graduate s self-estimation estimation (19 Characteristics) Employer s estimation (5 Characteristics) Teaching staff s estimation (2 Characteristics)
36 INDICES AS A STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE RATER CRITERIA University graduates adaptability index Graduate s self-estimationestimation (28 Characteristics) Employer s estimation (27 Characteristics) Teaching staff s estimation (16 Characteristics)
37 INDICES AS A STATISTICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE RATER CRITERIA University public significance index Graduate s self-estimationestimation (4 Characteristics) Employer s estimation (7 Characteristics) We use factor analysis to process these data and construct ranking of the Universities separately of each field
38 CONCLUSIONS 1. The combination of the criteria, which characterized the resource parameters and public estimation, for example, from RatER, will help to create the Russian worldclass Universities.
39 2. These Universities should satisfy to the main strategic principals on the building of the world-class Universities: - Competitiveness with the best Universities - Reproduction of knowledge on the world level - Excellent research and technology transfer - Social responsibility - Internationalization.
40 3. It will be preserved all the best in the Russian Educational System and used new educational technologies and experience of the best Universities in the world. 4. It will be integrated the leading Universities with Research Institutes of Russian Academy of Science
41 5. Russia has now very good opportunity to invest to Science and Education System to decide the problems of Generation and Reproducing Knowledge. It is investment to the Future. The national project Education will be a catalyst of this process.
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