With this Programme, assessment committees take another step in obtaining an overview of a degree's track record, from the moment a proposal is submitted, accreditation ex-ante (VERIFICA) until the accreditation ex-post is renewed (ACREDITA).
The MONITOR Programme covers the period between the initial assessment phases and the accreditation ex-post, with a view to improving and supporting Higher Education institutions (HEIs).
The MONITOR Programme, designed to follow-up Official Degrees, has been designed in two phases: the pilot project and the current programme phase.
During the pilot project, the strengths and weaknesses of accredited ex-ante degrees and of the assessment process were detected, and these aspects have been taken into account during the design and implementation of the MONITOR Programme (currently on-going).
The following questions will provide specific information on both phases.
- What is the MONITOR Programme?
- What is the main purpose of the MONITOR Programme?
- Where does the MONITOR Programme come from?
- When did the MONITOR Programme start?
- Stages of the MONITOR Programme
- Who participates in the assessment within the MONITOR Programme?
- What is the scope of the MONITOR Programme?
- Which are the results of the MONITOR Programme?
- Submission of the application form for follow-up official degrees
- Tool for evaluation
- Tool for follow-up reports consultation (restrictive universities access)
(2010 – 2011) Pilot Project
- What is the “Pilot Project” of the MONITOR Programme?
- When did the “Pilot Project” take place?
- How was the “Pilot Project” carried out?
- What were the results of the Pilot Project?
Lastly, ANECA has set up an e-mail account firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries and assistance to universities, students and any other stakeholders interested in MONITOR programme. Enquiries will be replied to within forty-eight hours.