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					                                                  ‫انهذف مه ورشت انؼمم:‬

    ‫تذذيذ مىضىػاث انذورة انزابؼت وانخامظت ػهى ضىء أونىياث مؤطظاث انتؼهيم‬           ‫•‬
                                                                   ‫انؼاني.‬




                                                        ‫انمخزجاث انمتىلؼت:‬
‫اإلتفاق ػهى مىاضيغ تالئم أونىياث مؤطظاث انتؼهيم انؼاني نإلػالن ػىها في انذوراث‬     ‫•‬
                                                                       ‫انمادمت‬
‫دروص مظتفادة نهمؤطظاث دىل مظيزة وجاح مشاريغ صىذوق تطىيز انجىدة و تبادل‬             ‫•‬
                                                                      ‫انخبزاث‬


                                                                    ‫8002 ‪Wednesday 9 April‬‬
                                   ‫مهخص‬
                                        ‫ػه‬
         ‫مىخ صىذوق تطىيز انجىدة‬
              ‫نمؤطظاث انتؼهيم انؼاني‬
                                             Wednesday 9 April 2008



Quality Improvement Fund (QIF), www.tep.ps
                  ‫أهذاف صىذوق تطىيز انجىدة:‬

                ‫• رفغ كفاءة مؤطظاث انتؼهيم انؼاني‬
                       ‫• وتؼشيش بزامجها االكاديميت‬
                                     ‫• تأكيذ انجىدة‬
‫• وانؼمم ػهى بىاء وظم اداريت طهيمت ولىيت تؼمم ػهى‬
         ‫رفغ كفاءة انخزيجيه وربطهم بظىق انؼمم‬
                              ‫اوجاساث صىذوق تطىيز انجىدة:‬

                                                ‫• مىخ انذورة األونى‬
                                                 ‫•مىخ انذورة انثاويت‬
                          ‫•مىخ انذورة انخاصت بتكىىنىجيا انمؼهىماث‬
                                    ‫•مىخ انذورة انثانثت (ليذ انتىفيذ)‬
                                       ‫•اجتماػاث مجهض انصىذوق‬
                                         ‫• متابؼت انمشاريغ انممىنت‬
‫•انتىظيك مغ مؤطظاث انتؼهيم انؼاني وانىسارة ونجان انمشزوع انمختهفت‬
                       ‫•انمتابؼت انيىميت نىشاطاث وفؼانياث انصىذوق‬
    Primary categories of QIF Grants
 Category A: Programs of Relevance to Labor Market Needs
   Timeframe for projects: 2 - 3 years.
   Funding ceiling per approved project:
            250.000 without partnership
            350.000 with partnership USD

 Category B
 Human Resource Development and Institutional Capacity
Building
Timeframe for projects: 6 months to 18 months.
 Funding ceiling per approved project:
  75.000 – 125.000 USD

 Category C
 Improvement of Information
 Timeframe for projects: 6 months to 18 months
 Funding ceiling per approved project:
 100.000 – 150.000 USD
  Submitted proposals by TEIs


Cycle 1   Cycle 2         IT Cycle    Cycle 3




 140                                 submitted


                    148

                                     evaluated
     Submitted proposals by TEIs
50
                      46                          No. of TEIs
40          41
30               29             30        31         No. of
                                                   Proposals
       25                            21
20                         19
10
0
     c1     c2




                                           TEIs
                       IT        C3


     TEIs                  submitted proposals
     Funded Projects =30

QIF funded projects for each cycle


             IT Cycle
        14
                                     7
          9                          Cycle1
     Cycle2
    Funded Projects Per Category
           Funded Projects Per Category

7          7
               6
6      6                             6
5
                                          C1
4
3
2                          2
                       2                  C2
1                  1
0                              0 0
        A                                 IT
                   B
                                C
             TEIs and Grants(C1,C2,IT)

25
                                                             25
20

15

 10              4
                             3
     5                                   2       8
             2
                         2           4               1
     0                                                        0    # Grants
         1
                     2
                                 3                                TEIs
                                             4
                                                         5



                 TEIs                                        # Grants
         OUT of QIF Grants

                   19
25

20

15
                             TEIs did not
                             submit
10
               6
 5
                             TEIs did not
                             Granted
 0
     1         2
                        Committed Budget

                              Budget ($US)

3,000,000.00                                       2,811,276

2,500,000.00
                                    2,042,625.29
2,000,000.00
               1,410,917.90
1,500,000.00

1,000,000.00

 500,000.00

       0.00

                   C1                   C2            IT
                           Budget


Total Budget = 11.5M$
Committed = 6.3 M$ US
Budget Remaining = 5.2 m $ US , Distributed as:
     QIF Third cycle = 2-2.5 million
     QIF Fourth cycle & QIF Fifth cycle = 2.7-3.2 million
     TEIs and Partnership (QIF Grants)
        Partnership with other parties


10                                       9
 9
 8
 7
 6                          5
 5
 4     3
 3
 2
 1
 0
       C1                  C2            IT
                            Development of New Academic Programs

                              Academic Programs per Cycles

                        6
                              5
no. academic programs




                        5

                        4

                        3
                                             2
                        2
                                                             1
                        1

                        0
                             C1              C2              IT
                                                  Cycle
Program
                    Components of an Ideal Proposal
                              Main Proposal Components
1   Standard Application Form
2   Category of the project according to QIF Grants
3   Duration of the Project
4   Executive Summary
    Objectives of the project in a measurable form (Innovative idea and
5
    concept )
6   Outcomes of the project in a measurable form
7   Problem statement and Justifications
8   Target groups
9   Risks of the project and tools to overcome them
10 Methodology and Approach
11 Budget of the project (detailed and summarized budget)
12 Implementation Plan
13 Sustainability of the project
14 Monitoring and evaluation plan
15 Impact of the project
16 Feasibility study
                Other Merits OF THE Ideal proposal
a Project has an innovative idea or concept
b Fit (Relevant) with objectives of QIF
c Logical Sequence of project activities
d Partnership with other TEIs
    Reliable Human and physical resources (Project
e
      Management Team)
f   In-kind contribution of the TEIs
g Performance Indicators
h Accreditation of the academic programs from AQAC
i   Quality Assurance Unit
j   Fits QIF Manual Conditions and constraints
    Consistency of the project objectives with the overall
k
      objectives of tertiary education development
l   Overall project value
m Other merits (see score sheet in the QIF Manual)
                 Survey Results
                  Topic                 Shots
Training of Staff                        18
Lab (Computer labs, Library, research    16
centers,….(
Curriculum Development                   14
Information                              13
strategic planning                       10
graduates,                                8
Health                                    8
Computer                                  5
E-learning                                5
Quality unit dev                          2
    Thank You ….

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