Electronic Journal of Biotechnology ISSN: 0717-3458
  © 2004 by Universidad Católica de Valparaíso -- Chile
Vol. 7 No. 2, Issue of August 15, 2004
 

Table 5. Course activities graded by the internal and external evaluators and diplomatic personnel.

Grades of Evaluation

Item 1.Program outline, implementation and Process*

Internal

External

Application and selection methods

1. Method of application

2. Method of selection

A

A

A6**

A3; B3

Program outline

1. Content of Program (inclusive of Lectures)

B

A4; B2

2. Laboratory Experiments

A

A5; B1

3. Study Tours

A

A5; B1

4. Research Training

A

A6

5. Research presentations

A

A5; B1

6. Accommodation

B

A1; B 4;C1

Item 2. Trainee performance and career potential of graduates***

1. Activity of graduates in their home countries

A

A5; B1

2. Graduates in international collaboration 

A

A6

3. Overall Evaluation of the courses

    a) Course requirement

A

A6

    b) Course effectiveness

A

A5; B1

    c) Course usefulness

A

A6

Overview Evaluation

 

Overview Evaluationby diplomats in Osaka representing the participants' countries of origin and External Evaluation Team

A

A6

 


*A: more than sufficient contribution for the purpose; B= good; C=average; D=low; E=none.

**Figure indicates the number of views expressed.

***A: More than sufficient activity by graduates; B=good; C =average; D=low; E=none.


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