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DOUBLE DIPLOMATION PROCESSUS DE MISE EN PLACE DES PROGRAMMES EN CHINE ET AU VIETNAM.

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1 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION PROCESSUS DE MISE EN PLACE DES PROGRAMMES EN CHINE ET AU VIETNAM

2 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION PROCESSUS DE MISE EN PLACE DES PROGRAMMES EN CHINE ET AU VIETNAM

3 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Le cégep Marie-Victorin a développé son premier partenariat en Chine en 2002; Les premiers enseignants du Cégep ont été envoyés en Chine en 2006; 1 er partenaire- Université Kaifeng; programme en techniques de comptabilité et gestion;

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5 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION 1 ière Année : 60 étudiants Maintenant: environ 400 étudiants. Nouvelles ententes: Polytechnique de Binzhou Institut technologique de Nanchang Collège technique de Zhenjiang Université technologique de Ho Chi Minh Ville – Vietnam ;

6 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Partenariats en développement: Collège technique de Xi An – Chine; Collège technique de Liaocheng- Chine; Collège technique de Jinan – Chine; Collège des relations économiques étrangères – Ho Chi Minh Ville- Vietnam; Collège technologique de louest de Saigon- Ho Chi Minh Ville – Vietnam

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8 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Processus de développement de partenariat: Identification de partenaires potentiels; Échange de documents et informations préliminaires; 1 ère Visite: Discussions générales; Ententes sur le programme et le type de collaboration; Entente sur le partage des ressources

9 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Processus de développement de partenariat: Partage des grilles de cours Étudier la grille de cours du programme étranger et vérifier la concordance entre les titres de cours et sélectionner les cours pouvant potentiellement être jumelés; Intégrer les deux programmes dans la même grille.

10 1 st Semester Accounting I 90 hrs English 60 hrs Computer 90 hrs Math 30 hrs gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 60 hrs Economy Law 60 hrs moral character 30 hrs 8 course s 30 HC/S 2 nd Semester Accounting 2 60 hrs English 60 hrs Economics 60 hrs Communicati ng Capability 30 hrs gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 90 hrs Economy Law 90 hrs moral character 30 hrs 8 course s 30 HC/S 3 rd Semester Accounting 3 90 hrs Auditing 90 hrs Financial Cost Management 90 hrs Cooperatin g Capability 30 hrs The Economics of Money and Banking 30 hrs Contract Law 30 hrs Marketing 60 hrs Occupation Development 30 hrs 8cours es 30 HC/S 4 th Semester Accounting 3 90 hrs Auditing 90 hrs Financial Cost Management 90 hrs Corporate Strategy and Risk Management 90 hrs International Trade 30 hrs Business Negotiation 30 hrs Human Resources Development and Management 30 hrs 7 course s 30HC/ S 5 th Semester 5 Accounting Simulated Training 3 weeks Investmen t and Financing 60 hrs Computerized Accounting Simulated Training 4 weeks Corporate Strategy and Risk Management 120 hrs ERP ERP Electron Training 3 weeks Cash Counting Training 2 weeks 6cours es 16 HC/S 6 th semester Employment Internship 1 course s management AND accounting – XYZ Polytechnic (China) April 15, 2008

11 SESSION MV MV MV MV MV MV MV MV English Update I English Update II Office SystemsAccounting IAccounting II Cash Flow and Budget Management Supply and Inventory Management Research and Processing of Management Information breakdown hours Credits2,00 1,662,002,331,662,331,66 SESSION MV MV MV MV MV MV MV MV English Accounting I English Accounting II Accounting IIIBusiness Law Budget Management and Benchmarking Computerized Information Systems Cost Production Accounting Customer Service and Technical Support breakdown hours credits 2,00 2,331,662,001,662,00 SESSION MV MV MV MV MV MV MV Business English I Business English II International Trade Transactions Project Management Total Quality Management Business Start- up Job Market Integration breakdown hours credits 2,00 3,001,66 3,00 SESSION MV Job Market Integration breakdown hours180 credits5,33 GRILLE DE COURS AEC EN COMPTABILIT É ET GESTION EN ANGLAIS LANGUE SECONDE Cégep Marie-Victorin

12 1 st Semester Accounting I 90 hrs MV (60 hrs) English 60 hrs Computer 90 hrs Office Systems MV (45 hrs) Math 30 hrs gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 60 hrs Economy Law 60 hrs moral character 30 hrs 2 nd Sem. Accounting 2 60 hrs MV (60 hrs) English 60 hrs Economic s 60 hrs Communicati ng Capability 30 hrs gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 90 hrs Economy Law 90 hrs moral character 30 hrs 3 rd Semester Accounting 3 90 hrs MV (60 hrs) Auditing 90 hrs Financial Cost Management 90 hrs Cooperatin g Capability 30 hrs The Economics of Money and Banking 30 hrs Contract Law 30 hrs Marketing 60 hrs Occupation Development 30 hrs Research and Processing of Management Information MV 45 hrs Business Law MV 45 hrs Cash Flow and Budget Management hrs English Update I and II MV MV 90 hrs 4 th Semester Accounting 3 90 hrs Auditing 90 hrs Financial Cost Management 90 hrs Corporate Strategy and Risk Management 90 hrs International Trade 30 hrs Business Negotiation 30 hrs Human Resources Development and Management 30 hrs Budget Management and Benchmarkin g MV 60 hrs Supply and Inventory Management MV 75 hrs Total Quality Management MV 45 hrs Cost Production Accounting MV 60 hrs English in Accounting I and II MV MV 90 hrs 5 th Semester 5 Accounting Simulated Training 3 weeks Investme nt and Financing 60 hrs Computerize d Accounting Simulated Training 4 weeks Corporate Strategy and Risk Management 120 hrs ERP ERP Electron Training 3 weeks Cash Counting Training 2 weeks Computerise d Information Systems MV 45 hrs Business Start-up MV 45 hrs Project Management MV 90 hrs International Trade Transactions MV 60 hrs Customer Service and Technical Support MV 60 hrs Business English I and II MV MV 90 hrs 6 th Sem. Employment Internship Job Market Integration – MV (210 hrs) Accounting and Management – XYZ Polytechnic (China) and Marie-Victorin College - March 24, 2011 I N BLUE ARE COURSES THAT APPEAR IN BOTH THE C HINESE AND THE C ANADIAN PROGRAMS I N G REEN ARE COURSES FROM THE C ANADIAN PROGRAM

13 1 st Semester Accounting I 90 hrs MV (60 hrs) English 60 hrs Computer 90 hrs Office Systems MV (45 hrs) Computerised Info. Systems MV (45 hrs) Math 30 hrs gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 60 hrs Economy Law 60 hrs moral character 30 hrs Occupation Development 30 hrs 9 courses 32CH/W 2 nd Sem. Accounting 2 60 hrs MV (60 hrs) English 60 hrs Economics 60 hrs The Economics of Money and Banking 30 hrs gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 90 hrs Economy Law 90 hrs moral character 30 hrs Communicating Capability 30 hrs 9 courses 32CH/W 3 rd Semester Cooperating Capability change for Cash Flow and Budget Management MV 45 hrs Marketing 60 hrs Auditing 90 hrs Financial Cost Management 90 hrs Contract Law 30 hrs Business Law MV 45 hrs Human Resources Development andManagement 30 hrs in place of Customer Service Research and Processing of Management Information MV 45 hrs English Update I MV 45 hrs English Update II MV 45 hrs 9 courses 33CH/W 4 th Semester Accounting 3 Accounting MV 60 hrs Accounting 3 change for Cost Production Accounting MV 60 hrs Auditing change for Total Quality Management MV 45 hrs Financial Cost Management 90 hrs Budget Management and Benchmarking MV 60 hrs International Trade 30 hrs International Trade Transactions MV 60 hrs Corporate Strategy and Risk Management 90 hrs Supply and Inventory Management MV 75 hrs English in Accounting I MV 45 hrs English in Accounting II MV 45 hrs 9 courses 36CH/W 5 th Semester 5 Accounting Simulated Training 3 weeks Cash Counting Training 2 weeks Computerized Accounting Simulated Training 4 weeks ERP ERP Electron Training 3 weeks Corporate Strategy /Risk Management 120 hrs Investment and Financing 60 hrs Business Negotiation 30 hrs Business Start-up MV 45 hrs Project Management MV 90 hrs Business English I and II MV MV 90 hrs 6 courses 29CH/W 6 th Sem. Employment Internship Job Market Integration – MV (210 hrs) Accounting and Management – XYZ Polytechnic (China) and Marie-Victorin College - March 25, 2011

14 Exemple de notes envoyées au partenaire avec la grille Explanation of changes proposed: The courses in white in the grid are those I did not change. They will be given by XYZ teachers toward the Chinese program, and Marie-Victorin College will not credit them. The courses in blue in the grid are courses that would be given by the XYZ teachers; however, Marie-Victorin College will credit them toward our Canadian diploma. Marie-Victorin may request some changes in courses or course contents. Accounting I: We do not request any change. We will give students the credits attached to our own Accounting I course. Computer: We are ready to recognise two of our own courses for this one course from the Chinese curriculum. However, we would like the XYZ teacher to integrate some of our content into the course. I will be visiting our partners sometime this year, and I will ask to meet the teachers of the courses we recognise.

15 Exemple de notes envoyées au partenaire avec la grille Explanation of changes proposed: Accounting 2: We do not request any change. We will recognise this one as equivalent to our own course. Cooperating Capability: We would request that this course be changed for Cash Flow and Budget Management. We feel that the financing courses do not meet the requirements of our program about budget management. This course is in blue because we would provide XYZ with course material and let them choose one of their own teachers to give this class. Human Resources Development and Management: We are willing to change our Customer Service and Technical Support course for this course in the Chinese program.

16 Exemple de notes envoyées au partenaire avec la grille Explanation of changes proposed: Financial Cost Management: We would request that this course be changed for Budget Management and Benchmarking for the same reasons as before. This course is in blue because we would provide XYZ with course material and let them choose one of their own teachers to give this class. International Trade: We also have an International Trade course in our program. Our course is 60 hours and focused on International Transactions, so we would like to request your course be replaced by our International Trade Transactions course. Once again, we would provide the additional material to the XYZ teacher who usually teaches this course.

17 Exemple de notes envoyées au partenaire avec la grille Explanation of changes proposed: Business Start-Up: This course is not part of the XYZ curriculum, and we would request its addition. However, the resources and regulations governing the start-up of a business are very different in China than in Canada. Marie-Victorin proposes to give the course material and academic support for XYZ to adapt this course content to the Chinese reality. The courses in green in the grid are courses given by Marie- Victorin teachers. We are requesting to take charge of four courses from the XYZ curriculum to make sure that our learning objectives are met. Contract Law: The Marie-Victorin curriculum also has a course with similar content. Our Business Law course counts more hours, so we would request that the Marie-Victorin course replaces the existing Contract Law course.

18 Exemple de notes envoyées au partenaire avec la grille Accounting 3: We believe it is important that we share in the accounting training of our students, and the students will have had several English courses by the time we send a Canadian teacher to teach them Accounting 3. Accounting 3 (second one): Our program is focused on the management of production facilities, among other things, and we feel it is important for them to learn Cost Production Accounting. We would request that your second Accounting 3 course be replaced by our Cost Production Accounting course. Auditing: The Chinese program counts two Auditing courses of 90 hours. We would like to propose the replacement of the second one with our Total Quality Management course which, once again, is tied to the reality of a production facility.

19 Exemple de notes envoyées au partenaire avec la grille The Marie-Victorin courses: Those nine courses have no equivalent in the XYZ program, so our College proposes to send our teachers in the third, fourth and fifth semesters. The courses are the following: Research and Processing of Management Information English Update 1 English Update 2 Supply and Inventory Management English in Accounting 1 (technical language course) English in Accounting 2 (technical language course) Project Management Business English 1 Business English 2

20 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Obtenir les plans de cours et les descriptifs de cours pouvant potentiellement être jumelés; Comparer les objectifs de formation des cours similaires provenant des deux programmes; Sélectionner les cours du programme étranger pouvant être crédités dans le programme canadien et faire lexercice inverse (cours à proposer au partenaire);

21 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Réorganiser la grille du programme conjoint pour éliminer les doublons et maintenir la cohérence dans la progression de lapprentissage.

22 1 st Semester Economics 90 hrs English 120 hrs Computer 90 hrs Office Systems MV (45 hrs) Computerised Info. Systems MV (45 hrs) Math 30 hrs Gymnasium 30 hrs Economy Law 60 hrs moral character 30 hrs 7 courses 30CH/W 2 nd Sem. Accounting I 90 hrs MV (90 hrs) English 120 hrs Marketing 60 hrs in place of Customer Service Math 30 hrs Gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 90 hrs moral character 30 hrs 7 courses 30CH/W 3 rd Semester Accounting 2 90 hrs MV (60 hrs) Auditing 60 hrs Financial Cost Management in place of Budget Management and Benchmarking MV 60 hrs International Trade 60 hrs in place of International Trade Transactions MV 60 hrs Business Law MV 45 hrs Research and Processing of Management Information MV 45 hrs English Update I MV 45 hrs English Update II MV 45 hrs 8 courses 30CH/W 4 th Semester Accounting 3 Accounting MV 60 hrs Accounting 3 change for Cost Production Accounting MV 60 hrs Total Quality Management MV 45 hrs Corporate Strategy /Risk Management in place of Cash Flow and Budget Management MV 60 hrs Entrepreneuri al Management Business Start-up MV 60 hrs Supply and Inventory Management MV 75 hrs English in Accounting I MV 45 hrs English in Accounting II MV 45 hrs 8 courses 29CH/W 5 th Semester 5 Accounting Simulated Training 3 weeks Cash Counting Training 2 weeks Computerized Accounting Simulated Training 4 weeks ERP ERP Electron Training 3 weeks Project Management MV 90 hrs Business English I and II MV 45 hrs Business English II MV 45 hrs 6 courses 29CH/W 6 th Sem. Employment Internship Job Market Integration – MV (210 hrs) Accounting and Management – XYZ Polytechnic (China) and Marie-Victorin College - March 26, 2011

23 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Si nécessaire, rééquilibrer la grille de cours en termes dheures de cours par session

24 1 st Semester Economics 90 hrs English 120 hrs Computer 90 hrs Office Systems MV (45 hrs) Computerised Info. Systems MV (45 hrs) Math 30 hrs Gymnasium 30 hrs Economy Law 60 hrs moral character 30 hrs 7 courses 30CH/W 2 nd Sem. Accounting I 90 hrs MV (90 hrs) English 120 hrs Marketing 60 hrs (Customer Service MV) Math 30 hrs Gymnasium 30 hrs Tax Law 90 hrs moral character 30 hrs 7 courses 30CH/W 3 rd Semester Accounting 2 90 hrs MV (60 hrs) Auditing 60 hrs Budget Management and Benchmarking MV (Financial Cost Management ) 60 hrs International Trade Transactions MV (International Trade ) 60 hrs Business Law MV 45 hrs Research and Processing of Management Information MV 45 hrs English Update I MV 45 hrs English Update II MV 45 hrs 8 courses 30CH/W 4 th Semester Accounting MV (Accounting 3 ) 60 hrs Cost Production Accounting MV ( Accounting 3 ) 60 hrs Total Quality Management MV 45 hrs Cash Flow and Budget Management MV (Corporate Strategy /Risk Management ) 60 hrs Entrepreneurial Management Business Start-up MV 60 hrs Supply and Inventory Management MV 75 hrs English in Accounting I MV 45 hrs English in Accounting II MV 45 hrs 8 courses 30CH/W 5 th Semester 5 Accounting Simulated Training 3 weeks Cash Counting Training 2 weeks Computerized Accounting Simulated Training 4 weeks ERP ERP Electron Training 3 weeks Project Management MV 90 hrs Business English I MV 45 hrs Business English II MV 45 hrs 3 courses 12CH/W 6 th Sem. Employment Internship Job Market Integration – MV (210 hrs) Accounting and Management – XYZ Polytechnic (China) and Marie-Victorin College - March 28, 2011

25 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Faire une analyse financière selon le nombre de cours offerts par des enseignants québécois et le nombre de cours offerts par des enseignants étrangers; Proposer une entente financière au partenaire tenant compte des coûts du programme en établissant un seuil minimum pour le nombre détudiants; Négocier et signer lentente financière précisant le partage des revenus du programme.

26 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Recrutement des étudiants; Inscriptions; Embauche des enseignants; Préparation des enseignants en fonction du contexte particulier de lenseignement (clientèle différente, niveau de compréhension de la langue, adaptation à une nouvelle culture, formule très intensive.); Évaluations annuelles et ajustements si requis.

27 DOUBLE DIPLOMATION Clés du succès: Vision des leaders du collège; Adhésion de la direction; Ouverture et flexibilité au niveau des modifications à apporter aux programmes réguliers; Développement dune relation de confiance avec les partenaires; Patience et persévérance; Du personnel motivé et disponible.

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