First part: issues of career structure Being based on microdata at the level of individual Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), the European Tertiary Education Register (ETER) allows the fine-grained analysis of the composition of academic personnel by gender and by seniority.…
ACADEMIC PERSONNEL AT EUROPEAN UNIVERSITIES RISIS-ETER Policymaker session on gender equity and career structures in higher education institutions 21 June 2023, 2 to 5 pm (Webinar) The societal demand for high quality higher education and for new knowledge continues to…
A report by Eurydice examines the characteristics of academic personnel in European higher education by examining issues like the qualification requirements for academic personnel, the recruitment process, employment and working conditions in academia, external quality assurance procedures, and top-level strategies for…
The main highlights of the policy brief are: The majority of European countries and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) have achieved gender balance (40‐60%) among academic staff. A high proportion of female academic staff, yet female full professors are in the…
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