The research published by Eduscopio and promoted by the Luigi Agnelli foundation has been launched. The purpose of the research, to which Crisp also contributed, is to design a ranking of higher education institutions in Italy.
The purpose of the research
Every year, in January, future high school students have to choose which kind of school and study path will prepare them to enter the labour market or to start the university. But how to do it, and in particular how to choose an institution that meets all the expectations? That where Eduscopio comes to help the families, providing important elements for deciding together with their children their future.
The results were obtained analysing two sources of data: the National Students Register (Miur) and the Mandatory Communications (Co) of the Ministry of Labour. Crisp has contributed to the research by processing and crossing the data, painting a very detailed image of the Italian higher schools.
The professor Mario Mezzanzanica, founder and partner of Wollybi, has released an interview to the financial newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore commenting the study for which Crisp has made an important contribution in data processing.
“This year we could integrate data of graduates from different school paths in the Italian regions obtaining unique information on the entry of the young people in the labour market. At national level, two years after graduation (2014), the 47% of graduates from technical and vocational schools have a job.”
In particular, were analyzed about 1.1 million data regarding the graduates of the three-years period 2011/2012 – 2012/2013 – 2013/2014.
The final output
But what families concretely can find in the portal? For instance, if a family lives in Milan and wants to find a high school or the most suitable technical institute for an immediate professional career or for the University, the site will provide a list of the top 5 schools in the area within 30 kilometres. Useful, isn’t it?
Today, Eduscopio, with 800,000 unique users and an average annual increase of 17%, is a true reference point for Italian families, not only for the type of service provided but also because data comes from reliable sources and objective studies.