Put a database available to parents and those who aspire to go to university. This is one of the main objectives of the Independent Rating System that the Ministry of Higher Education plans to introduce next year. The information available will provide guidance to those who aspire to higher education on the effectiveness of different academic programs.
"If someone wants to register in the Faculty of Humanities to study sociology, for example, may know, thanks to the available information, the time it would take him to find a job once completed his studies" says on the side of the Ministry of Higher Education. The audience will also learn about what type of job he could move after completing studies in a die.
However, says one side of the ministry, the implementation of this mechanism in different universities of the country will be phased. Thus, we learn, it is primarily the curriculum that will be tested. Follow the different faculties and the institution in its entirety. It will be a constituted authority of foreigners and Mauritians who will be responsible for conducting these evaluation exercises. The intervention of Brandon Lee, Chief Executive Officer of the Council for Private Education, had to recall the Minister Rajesh Jeetah impressed. Brandon Lee skills in the field of university regulations and grading in higher education institutions should be sought.
Curricula, universities and colleges must meet a very specific criteria: employability. University officials will indicate which curriculum allowed students to find employment easily, and most importantly, be those who have caused problems for students to find work.
Once the system is running, the leaders of the Independent Rating System will be able to communicate to the public such information. "Once this information is available, the public will know what to universities move to obtain employment after graduation the" advance does one side of the Ministry of Higher Education.