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We are very happy to share with you the report «Informatics Education in Europe: Institutions, Degrees, Students, Positions, Salaries. Key Data 2008-2013» recently published by Informatics Europe.
This is the second edition of the report series «Informatics Education in Europe. Key Data», the first edition was published in 2013. As in the first edition, the report, based on information from representative countries, presents a wealth of fundamental data, starting from a list of institutions awarding degrees in the field and continuing with student enrollments, degrees awarded, gender distribution, academic titles, as well as precise and much-needed data about academic salaries across European countries.
Thanks to the active participation of new collaborators the report includes now data from Austria,Ireland and Turkey in addition to Denmark, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Switzerland, and France for salaries, which already featured in the first edition. The second edition of the report includes also data about University of Applied Sciences for countries where such institutions exist, distinct from traditional Universities. We have also included a new section with detailed description of the systems of higher education in all the countries included in the study.
Is your country already included in the report? If not, do you know the facts & figures of Informatics higher education in your country?
The 2015 edition of the report will be published next fall and we want to include data from as many European countries as possible. On February 26th a workshop will be held at the ETH in Zurich in preparation for the new edition of the report.
We invite in particular colleagues from countries not yet included in the reportto participate in the workshop and help us identifying relevant sources and contacts for gathering the data in their respective countries.
Your country should not be left out of future editions of this report! Help us to provide the community with the precise and objective information that is indispensable for understanding the field and making informed, effective policy decisions.
Dr. Cristina Pereira