III. Evaluation Process and Results
The evaluation spanned January to April 2005. It was divided into two phases: internal and external, which provided evaluators with access to students, teachers,
lecturers, coordinators, and rectors at the different universities evaluation used 13 indicators to assess management performance:
involved. The Performance of
Competence of lecturers; Administrative resources; Focus on quality; Learning
Communication process; Leadership style; standards; Sustainability; User satisfaction; The management evaluation was carried out
Commitment to shared goals and and Integration in the labor market. successfully.
Students who enroll in the M.A. course tend to be professionals who are connected in their own countries with state institutions, inter alia, National Anti-Drug Commissions or Councils, or with civil society organizations that work in the area of
drug abuse, and who share the academic qualifications to help
same interest in enhancing their expertise and
other postgraduate their specialization.
studies and have decided to take a master's degree Some of them work in remote areas, as in the case
a student in come from possibility of
Brazil's Amazon region, and others in urban environments.
21 different countries, including obtaining high-level international
Spain. Another benefit is the professional qualifications without
the need to move to another professional and family lives in
country, which enables familiar surroundings.