Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany

  • 776 views
Uploaded on

 

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
  • Thanks for the presentation. Very informative!
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
776
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
4
Comments
1
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany By Juliane Barten and Marcel Gerds Alnarp, 2007-05-30
  • 2. Table Of Contents 1) Sweden 1.1) Overview: Education In Sweden 1.2) University & University College 1.3) SLU 1.4) Degrees 2) Germany 2.1) Overview: Education In Germany 2.2) University Of Applied Sciences 2.3) University 2.4) Consequences Of The Bologna Process 2.5) Doctor’s Degrees 3) Comparison 1/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 3. Overview: Education in Sweden source: www.skolverket.se 2/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 4. University & University College
    • formal difference:
      • Universities have right to award Licentiate and PhD degrees
      • government can decide whether university colleges should be permitted to confer doctoral or licentiate degrees
      • some colleges have right in specific fields of study
    • both have right to award lower level degrees
    • degrees conferred by university college are equivalent to degrees awarded by university
    3/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 5. S veriges L antbruks U niversitet
    • higher education and research in land-based industries (agriculture, forestry, horticulture, landscape planning, veterinary medicine, etc.)
    • comes under the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Consumer Affairs
    • all other universities come under the Ministry of Education and Science
    • in order to provide highly-qualified staff and knowledge that is needed for continued and sustainable development higher education and research in this area are financed by government grants
    4/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 6. Degrees
    • First level:
    • "högskoleexamen“ after two years of study (120 ECTS)
    • "kandidatexamen", or bachelor's degree, achievable after three years (180 ECTS)
    • Second level:
    • degree of master (one year) is limited to one-year study programmes only (60 ECTS)
    • two-year master’s degree - degree of master (two years) (120 ECTS)
    • Third level:
    • - students are eligible for a licentiate degree, "licentiatexamen", after two years of research (120 ECTS), and a doctorate, "doktorsexamen", after four years of research (240 ECTS)
    5/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 7. Education In Germany 6/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 8. Fachhochschulen (Universities Of Applied Sciences)
    • provide highly practice-related training for occupations which require the application of scientific knowledge
    • teaching and research focus is on the practical application of science
    • specialized in certain topical areas which are relevant in practice  e.g. agriculture
    • without postgraduate doctoral programs
    • 11 universities of applied sciences for agricultural education in Germany
    7/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 9. Universities
    • traditional type of higher education institution in Germany
    • provide courses for a broad range of study subjects
    • combine teaching and research and have the right to award doctor’s degrees
    • focus on scientific studies
    • 10 universities for agricultural education in Germany
    8/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 10. Consequences Of The Bologna Process
    • diploma  bachelor/master
    • universities and universities of applied sciences will become more and more equal
    • universities and universities of applied sciences will differentiate on new areas
    9/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 11. Doctor’s Degrees
    • conferral of a doctorate: only at universities
    • universities of applied sciences cooperate with universities regarding conferral of a doctorate
    • alumni of Universities of applied sciences can start a doctorate study at a university after achieving the master grade
    10/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 12. 11/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany Comparison
    • many similarities due to the Bologna Process
    • university college equals university of applied sciences
    • Sweden: one, big university
    • Germany: many, different universities and universities of applied sciences
     good conditions for exchange programs
  • 13. University Of Applied Sciences Neubrandenburg 12/12 Agricultural Academic Education In Sweden And Germany
  • 14. Thank you for your attention!