Follow-up of the training paths of AMU students

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The studies to monitor the training paths of AMU students conducted by the Observatoire de la vie étudiante consist in identifying and analysing student trajectories either in terms of reorientation during the bachelor's degree or in terms of further studies at the end of the bachelor's degree cycle.

1. One-year follow-up of L3 students enrolled in a Science and Technology program

The objective of this follow-up is to know the orientation choices at the end of an L3 in Science and Technology. For each mention, the results specify the success rate in L3, the rate of re-enrolment in an AMU programme, the share of pursuits towards a bac+5 diploma and the disciplinary mobility rate if applicable. These results are supplemented for each mention by a list of study pursuits within AMU.

2. The reorientation following a PACES registration: the 2010/2011 cohort

At the request of the SUIO and the UFR de Santé of the University of Aix Marseille, the Observatoire de la vie étudiante conducted a follow-up of students enrolled in PACES1 in 2010/2011 and 2011/2012 to better understand the types of study pursued by these students within the university.

The objective of this study was to better understand the situations of reorientation in case of failure in the competition, to identify the fields most concerned by these reorientations and to measure the success of these students once they have been reoriented.

3. Entering university: the figures of a gradual adjustment

Qualitative study conducted as part of a joint CROUS-University project in 2009-2011 among neo-baccalaureate students enrolled in a Bachelor's degree in Arts, Literature, Languages and Humanities. The field survey by semi-directive interviews made it possible to monitor some thirty new graduates over nearly two academic years.

4. Implementation of a tutoring system for locating and guiding in L1

Phase 2 (experimentation) of the Hirsch 147 project. Report presenting the methodological assessment of the experimentation carried out in phase 2 of the Hirsch 147 project in L1 Modern Literature and L1 Art History and Archaeology

5. The entry into L1 in Science and Technology in 2012/2013

Back to school survey conducted among new entrants to Bachelor 1 Science and Technology to identify the motivations in the choice of study path and site and living conditions?

6. Become graduates of an ALLSH Licence 2009/2010

The objectives of this study are, on the one hand, to identify the types of trajectories carried out at the end of the ALLSH Licence cycle, and on the other hand, to explore the feasibility of a sustainable monitoring system making it possible to establish indicators on the post-licence future and to provide qualitative information on students' paths. This note is part of a collective document of the Working Group on Higher Education (WGHE) "Master Students' Training Paths" (Relief n°46, May 2014)

7. Academic follow-up of 2008 baccalaureate holders enrolled in university at the beginning of the 2009/2010 academic year

What happens to new graduates one year after they enter higher education?
The purpose of this study is to describe the one-year future of a cohort of neo-baccalaureate students who entered the 2008-2009 academic year in the Post-Baccalaureate courses of the Aix-Marseille Academy under the supervision of MENJVA (STS, CPGE, IUT, University). The challenge was twofold: to identify the typical paths followed at the end of a first year in the post-Baccalaureate courses of the academy and to describe the reality of the so-called "dropout" situations and what they concretely cover for neo-baccalaureate holders leaving these courses.

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