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XV RAPPORTO ALMALAUREA SUL PROFILO DEI LAUREATI Esiti dell’istruzione universitaria: conoscerli per migliorarla e per orientare le scelte dei giovani

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  • Andrea Cammelli

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  • Giancarlo Gasperoni

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Il XV Profilo dei Laureati italiani, presentato al convegno "Scelte, processi, esiti nell’istruzione universitaria”, presso l’Università IULM di Milano coinvolge quasi 227.000 laureati del 2012, circa l’80% di tutti i laureati usciti dall’intero sistema universitario nazionale nei 63 Atenei aderenti ad ALMALAUREA. Il quadro che viene restituito conferma – nonostante il contesto negativo – una situazione complessivamente confortante: aumenta la quota di giovani che terminano gli studi nei tempi previsti, diminuisce la quota di laureati che terminano gli studi con un numero alto di anni fuori corso, diventa più frequente la partecipazione alle lezioni, si estende l’esperienza di stage e tirocini svolti durante gli studi, si mantiene costante la tendenza ad avvantaggiarsi delle opportunità di studio all’estero.

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  • Andrea Cammelli & Giancarlo Gasperoni, 2015. "XV RAPPORTO ALMALAUREA SUL PROFILO DEI LAUREATI Esiti dell’istruzione universitaria: conoscerli per migliorarla e per orientare le scelte dei giovani," Working Papers 73, AlmaLaurea Inter-University Consortium.
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    1. Silvia Galeazzi, 2012. "Genere e scelte formative: le "minoranze di genere”," Working Papers 53, AlmaLaurea Inter-University Consortium.
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    laureati; sistema universitario italiano; istruzione terziaria.;

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