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  • 1. Reforming the Hungarian Higher Education System and its Consequences for Teacher Training Homor Lajos Vitz Jnos Catholic College Esztergom, Hungary

2. Teacher Training Institutions in Hungary Esztergom 3. New challenges

  • New system for the entrance examination
  • New program for teacher training.
  • the first is linked to the new system of maturation,
  • the second is linked to the processes of the European Higher Education Area designed inBologna and signed by all of the executives of the present EU.

4. Consequences of the Bologna declaration

  • Comparabledegrees
  • ECTS credit system
  • Mobility of students
  • Quality assurance

5. Present System of Hungarian Higher Education and Plans for FuturePhD Bologna Declaration Teacher Training BA Level MA Level College University College Diploma ? University Diploma 6. Evolution of degree programs I.The Actors Ministry Ministry of Education Accreditation Commettee University Student Legal control Quality Control 7. Evolution of degree programs II.Deadlines 09.01.2006. 12.05.2004. 03.01.2005. 12.15.2005. List of new degree Programs (ME) Requirements forgraduation in formof a list of comptencies(ME, HAC) Licence for the HEIto start the degreeprogram (ME, HAC)One row 2-4 pages150-170 pages 03.01.2005. Application for licence to offer degree program for students (HEI) Degree program starts 8. 1 credit = 30 hours of study = 15 contact hours + 15 hours individual work 240 Total Min 12 Free 60 Optional 168 Compulsory Accumulated credits Study field 9. T he admission system

  • Aptitude test in
    • Music
    • Speech
    • Sport
    • Health

Pass/Fail Matriculation (t wo level s) Points: Accumulated Obtained Selection algorithm Organised by the University Yes/No 5 SubjectsOrganised by the State YES/NO 10. Total number of applicants for teacher- trainingin Hungary 11. Rate of applications and enrollments in teacher training 12. Institution 1.Institution 2. Institution 3. Institution n. N.A.O. Application B. Application A. Informations for the applicants 13. 0 0 0 - 19 % 32 16 20 % - 24 % 34 17 25 % - 29 % 36 18 30 % - 34 % 38 19 35 % - 39 % 40 20 40 % - 44 % 42 21 45 % - 49 % 44 22 50 % - 54 % 46 23 55 % - 59 % 48 24 60 % - 64 % 50 25 65 % - 69 % 52 26 70 % - 74 % 54 27 75 % - 79 % 56 28 80 % - 84 % 58 29 85 % - 89 % 60 30 90 % - 100 % Obtained points for admissionby subject (in the case of one subject) Obtained points for admissionby subject (in the case of two subjects) Per cent atmatriculation0 % - 19 % 1 0 % - 19 % 20 % - 32 % 2 20 % - 29 % 33 % - 46 % 3 40 % - 59 % 47 % - 59 % 4 60 % - 79 % 60 % - 100 % 5 80 % - 100 % Advanced level Grade Intermediate 14. Example

  • The result good at every subject creditable from the point of view of the further studies and the average result of good at the matriculation mean 48 forty-eight acquired points.
  • At the matriculation, strong good results in the two subjects required by the major course (for example: 78 per cent at the intermediate level) mean27 + 27 = 54 (twenty-seven plus twenty-seven, altogether fifty-four) obtained points.
  • The sum of the acquired and obtained points would be altogether 102 (a hundred and two) but by doubling the obtained points the student has 108 (a hundred and eight) points, he or she is ranked with 108. (The extra points are added to this.)
  • The students who reach at least ninety per cent in the subjects required at the major course have sixty obtained points, and - regardless of their secondary school results - are ranked with 120 points in the entrance procedure. (The extra points are added to this.)
  • It is important to add that from 2005, it will not be possible to double the acquired points in the entrance procedure.

15. The modell of the selection algorithmA B P Q R S X Y Institutions Candidats R X S Y Q P 110 2 1 Y 120 2 1 X 110 1 2 S 115 2 1 R 90 1 2 Q 100 1 2 P B A Points Order of Institutions Candidats 90 1 2 Q 100 1 2 P 110 1 2 S 110 2 1 Y 115 2 1 R 120 2 1 X B A Points Order of Institutions Candidats 16. Timetable of the process

  • Deadline for application:02.15.2005.
  • Start of matriculation:
    • Written exams:05.06.2005.
    • Oral exams:intermediate: 06.8-11.
    • advanced:06.20-07.01
  • Apptitude test: 06.15-17.
  • Centralised selection: 07.21.2005

17. VTIF 18. VTIF 19. 05. 29. 2000. Visions 21 And What Jobs Will Disappear? 1. Stockbrokers, auto dealers, mail carriers, insurance and real estateagents 2. Teachers Distance learning is becoming more popular, and through the miracle of online classes and electronic grading, today's faculty lounge couldbecome tomorrow's virtual help desk. Though a complete conversion is unlikely, outsourcing our education system might cost less thaninstalling all those metal detectors .Vitz Jnos Rmai Katolikus Tantkpz Fiskola 20. Tasks to be considered

  • SWOT ANALYSIS
    • STRENGTHS
    • WEAKNESS
    • OPPORTUNITIES
    • TROUBLES
  • WOULD YOU PREFER THE HUNGARIAN SYSTEM?
    • WHY; WHY NOT
  • What can be mentioned as the main difference between academic education systems of your countryand Hungary`s one in ?
  • Why to test the apptitude to be a teacher at the starting point of the program? What relations should be between the apptitude and the final test?

21. SWOT AnalysisS W O T