Higher Education institutions are constantly trying to adapt to the changing needs and new features of the labor market and have, therefore, become increasingly interested in the concept of quality. The present study was undertaken to assess the teaching process in Tunisian higher institutes of technological studies. Accordingly, a survey was conducted on students’ perceptions of their learning experiences in retrospect. The data were collected through a questionnaire administered to ‘senior technicians’ as graduates from different institutes of technological studies in Tunisia. The results revealed some areas of strength; with some participants reporting on their acquisition of a number of new and well-adapted competences during their studies, which facilitated their insertion in the labor market. The findings also showed several areas for improvement, including the presence of useless courses and lack of communication between students and teachers.
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[Raoudha Kammoun, Abdelhakim Khelifi (2014); Senior Technicians Perception of Teaching Process Quality in Tunisian Higher Education Int. J. of Adv. Res. 2 (10). 0] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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