EKT operates as a monitoring mechanism for public funding initiatives aiming at supporting the young highly educated workforce of the country in research and academic environments
unique beneficiaries in the Acquisition of Teaching Academic Experience
52.2% - 47.8%
Young PhDs in 2017 were 52.2% men, and 47.8% women
overall rate of response to primary EKT surveys addressed to all beneficiaries
Vital public infrastructures and services under the conditions of the pandemic
Vital public infrastructures and services, such as information/digital infrastructure and the administrative support of Higher Education Institutions and Research Centres, are very positively rated by researchers, in terms of ensuring the smooth conduct of research. 65.1% of researchers say they have experienced little or no difficulty in implementing the research project in terms of access to information infrastructure. Respectively, 46.7% of the answers rated administrative support from public institutions for researchers as good to very good.
EKT’s surveys recorded high levels of satisfaction among beneficiaries of the “Acquisition of Teaching Academic Experience” Initiative
According to beneficiaries’ responses, the satisfaction of participants in both cycles of the “Acquisition of Teaching Academic Experience” Initiative (academic year 2016-2017 and 2017-2018), as over 75% of teaching personnel admitted that their participation in the particular initiative was very satisfactory. Around 20% felt that their experience was rather satisfactory, while only 3% -4% evaluating negatively their participation in it.