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Quel enseignement supérieur pour une meilleure insertion professionnelle au Bénin ?
[What higher education for better employability in Benin?]

  • SENOU, Barthélemy Mahugnon
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    This article aims to identify factors that influence the integration of graduates of higher education on the labor market in Benin. To this end, we adopted a methodology based on an analysis of empirical data collected from graduates from universities and higher education centers over the past decade. Processing and analysis of results show the mismatch between training opportunities in higher education in Benin, and constraints related to employability of graduates. Among these constraints is the lack of professional training, poor quality of education both in public universities than in private higher education centers and the lack of multidisciplinary graduate.

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    Date of creation: Feb 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:31553
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