Press releases, packs, interviews, press conferences… This section contains all AERES information intended for the press and functions tailored to their needs, such as RSS feeds.
While the French Evaluation Agency for Research and Higher Education (AERES) has just been chosen through an international call for tenders to evaluate Saudi Arabia's national plan for research, technology and innovation, the report of the actions taken over the past six years attests to European recognition and a growing international reputation.
Drastic simplification of evaluation applications with a view to launching group E and suggested improvements for evaluating research units
For the 2013-2014 evaluation campaign of Group E, on 10 January 2013 the AERES Board adopted evaluation applications that will be used for evaluating training programmes, research units and institutions. These applications have been simplified drastically.
A look back over the 2011-2012 activities of the French Evaluation Agency for Research and Higher Education (AERES), the contribution to the French Higher Education and Research Conference and prospects for a new evaluation cycle were the subjects of the AERES' annual press review held on 9th November 2012.
By obtaining admission to the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR), less than 5 years after its foundation, the AERES has been recognised by the official European body founded within the framework of the Bologna Process.
Didier Houssin, 61, was named as President of the French Evaluation Agency for Research and Higher Education (AERES) on 13 May 2011.
L’AERES publie la 1re évaluation cartographique de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche en France.
L’AERES publie ce jour sa première étude régionale1, académie par académie, des évaluations réalisées dans l’enseignement supérieur et la recherche entre 2007 et 2010. En moins de 4 années, 10 000 évaluations ont été menées mobilisant en moyenne 4 500 experts français et internationaux par campagne.
The French Evaluation Agency for Research and Higher Education salutes the decision of the French minister of Research and Higher Education to extend the duration of contracts to 5 years.
The AERES is launching its new website – a professional showcase of the Agency’s activities – redesigned for easier access to all the information that its different stakeholders might need.
The AERES is now publishing its strategic plan for 2010-2014 which is based on 3 key objectives: guarantee high-quality evaluations and review their aims and methods, help to develop research and higher education and conduct all of its actions with the international context in mind.