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Teaching staff accreditation

The main aim of the evaluation program for academic teaching staff is improving the quality of teaching and research by ensuring that selection and access to different teaching figures and research personnel at Universitues is based on a person's merits and capacities.

The Organic Law 4/2007, of April 12, which modifies Organic Law 6/2001, of December 21, on Universities, requires a positive evaluation of PhD's activities prior to being employed as Lecturer of any public university.

This program strives to carry out the aforementioned evaluation for the accreditation of teaching and research staff as a way of ensuring a merit-based recruitment in the university system of the Balearic Islands. Since 2004, AQUIB, as the external evaluation body of this university system, has unfolded this program in order to guarantee the suitability of potential applicants to recruitment processes of contractual figures provided by the aforementioned Law. This process seeks to guarantee the accreditation of quality as well as the improvement of teaching and research activity.

  • Organic Law 2/2023, of March 22, of the University System (Spanish).
  • Organic Law 4/2007, of April 12, which modifies Organic Law 6/2001, of December 21, on universities (Spanish, Catalan).
  • Royal Decree 989/2008, of June 13, which regulates the exceptional hiring of collaborating teaching staff (Spanish).
  • Decree 178/2003, of October 31, which regulates the procedure to obtain the evaluation and accreditation of the Balearic Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (Spanish, Catalan).
  • Agreement of 2/2009, of the Board of Directors of the Balearic Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education, which publishes the evaluation committees that must evaluate and issue specific reports for the purpose of hiring teaching staff and researcher at the University of the Balearic Islands (Spanish, Catalan).
  • Agreement 3/2022 of the Board of Directors of the Balearic Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education, by which the composition of the quality committees which will elaborate the evaluation reports necessary for the hiring of teaching and researcher staff by the University of the Balearic Islands is published (BOIB No. 100, August 2, 2022) (Spanish, Catalan).

Under review.

Notification due to the approval of the 2/2023, of 22 of March.

Due to the recent legal changes in Spain, AQUIB will not evaluate applications for contracted PhD lecturer and assistant PhD lecturer in 2023.

AQUIB statement (spanish)

AQUIB statement (catalan)

Evaluations must be made by independent, external experts with extensive knowledge in the corresponding scientific field through evaluation committees that are organized by scientific fields based in the areas of knowledge assigned to each one. The evaluation committees for this call are:

Pending

  • 2022

    Out of a global total of 105 applications evaluated, 70.48% obtained a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 59.05% of the total number of applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 67.74%

    Negative evaluation: 32.26%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 40.95% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 74.42%

    Negative evaluation: 25.58%

  • 2021

    Out of a global total of 101 applications evaluated, 63.37% obtained a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 58.42% of the total number of applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 59.32%

    Negative evaluation: 40.68%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 41.58% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 69.05%

    Negative evaluation: 30.95%

  • 2020-2016

    2020

    Out of a total of 112 applications evaluated, 65.18% received a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 55.36% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 61.29%

    Negative evaluation: 38.71%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 44.64% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 70.00%

    Negative evaluation: 30.00%

    2019

    Out of a global total of 100 applications evaluated, 67% obtained a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 59.00% of the total of applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 64.41%

    Negative evaluation: 35.59%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 41.00% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 70.73%

    Negative evaluation: 29.27%

    2018

    Out of a global total of 90 applications evaluated, 68.89% obtained a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 53.33% of the total number of applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 68.75%

    Negative evaluation: 31.25%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 46.67% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 69.05%

    Negative evaluation: 30.95%

    2017

    Out of a global total of 90 applications evaluated, 55.21% obtained a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 50.00% of the total number of applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 54.17%

    Negative evaluation: 45.83%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 50.00% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 56.25%

    Negative evaluation: 43.75%

    2016

    Out of a total of 151 applications evaluated, 69.54% received a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 52.98% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 67.50%

    Negative evaluation: 32.50%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 47.02% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 71.83%

    Negative evaluation: 28.17%

  • 2015-2011

    2015

    Out of a total of 96 applications evaluated, 65.63% received a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 57.29% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 58.18%

    Negative evaluation: 41.82%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 42.71% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 75.61%

    Negative evaluation: 24.39%

    2014

    Of a total of 45 applications received, 57.78% received a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 71.11% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 53.13%

    Negative evaluation: 46.88%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 28.89% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 69.23%

    Negative evaluation: 30.77%

    2013

    Out of a total of 76 applications received, 77.63% received a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 60.53% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 71.74%

    Negative evaluation: 28.26%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 39.47% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 86.67%

    Negative evaluation: 13.33%

    2012

    Out of a total of 103 applications received, 1.94% did not meet the minimum requirements to be evaluated. Of the remaining applications, 57.43% received a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 62.38% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 53.97%

    Negative evaluation: 46.03%

    Assistant PhD lecturer – 35.64% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 63.89%

    Negative evaluation: 36.11%

    Assistant professor - 1.98% of the total applications evaluated

    Favorable report: 50.00%

    Unfavorable report: 50.00%

    2011

    Out of a total of 221 applications received, 6.33% did not meet the minimum requirements to be evaluated. Of the remaining applications, 57.07% received a positive evaluation.

    Contracted PhD lecturer - 64.39% of the total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 52.27%

    Negative evaluation: 47.73%

    Assistant PhD lecturer - 29.27 % of total applications evaluated

    Positive evaluation: 66.67%

    Negative evaluation: 33.33%

    Assistant professor - 6.34% of the total applications evaluated

    Favorable report: 61.54%

    Unfavorable report: 38.46%

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