IPSC analyst Samvel Manukyan with the RA Minister of Education and Science Armen Ashotyan presented the results of the first part of “Student lifestyle in RA and The Bologna Process evaluation” research today, on September 8. Presented “General evaluation of the Bologna Process” part of the research includes the main aspects of the Bologna Process in Armenia supporting the evaluation of the whole process.
Samvel Manukyan presented the statistics on student’s awareness on the Bologna Process, indirect indicators of the quality of education, student’s knowledge level of foreign languages and computer skills as well as on student’s relations with RA Ministry of Education and Science.
“Student’s lifestyle in RA and The Bologna Process evaluation” research conducted by IPSC upon the request of the Ministry of Education and Science during the months of May-June of 2015.
In the frames of the research the complex sociological survey was conducted including Mass research. 1.221 students taking bachelors and masters programs in Public Universities of Armenia participated in the survey. The survey also includes 20 expert interviews with the professionals of the Education sphere as well as 6 focus group discussions with students.
See also: “General evaluation of the Bologna Process”