Institutions are invited to participate in the formation of their evaluation panels, subject to meeting the following requirements for the composition of panels, which must include:
The expert panel consists of French and international experts. However, to facilitate the experts’ work and in accordance with the legislative requirements, institutions and territorial coordinations are asked to submit their files and documents in French. Nevertheless, certain documents - especially those pertaining to the evaluation of research bodies - may be submitted in English if accompanied by a summary written in French.
The type of professional integration should be specified in the same way for all doctors, e.g. professor, research fellow, post-doctoral contract, secondary education, fixed-term or open-ended contract in the private sector, independent professional, job-seeker. Simply mentioning that the graduate has returned to his or her home country is insufficient.
Considering the appointment procedure for the director (by the head of the institution after consulting the Scientific Council), this is a major change justifying the submission of the file as an “amended renewal”.This answer did not bring you any solution? Would you like to contact us? Click here to access the contact form and get in touch with one of our corresponding.
YES: each doctoral school must provide a detailed analysis of its results for the current contract. In the event of even a partial merger, the review may concern both the overall number and the proportion of doctoral students concerned by the merger. The “single” file will include the reviews and the plan for the future school.This answer did not bring you any solution? Would you like to contact us? Click here to access the contact form and get in touch with one of our corresponding.
No. Evaluations conducted by Hcéres lead to the production of a report based on the experts’ written contributions. The report is the only type of feedback provided.