Higher Education Institutions can now use the template for self-evaluation report for their European Approach-based accreditation procedures.
The template has been tested during the project by the consortium in the project external quality assurance procedures.
The template is available in MS Word or PDF formats.
More then 70 participants representing higher education institutions, quality assurance agencies, ENIC/NARIC, European Students Union, European University Association, European Commission, Ministries, network organisations and many others, took part in the ImpEA project seminar. The event took place on 1-2 March in Brussels and was hosted by ENQA.
The main aim of the seminar was to raise awareness about the ImpEA project and European Approach. During the conference the results of the preceeding survey were presented and discussed. They were also a point of reference for further in-depth discussions on the current challenges in full implementation of the European Approach to Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes. The programme of the project event also included presentations of current achievements and good practices in performin European Approach-based accreditation procedures.
The seminar was the last part of the Phase 1 of the ImpEA project. Based on the desk research, project survey and the conference discussions the European Approach implementation background report will be developed and published.
About the event
The European Approach for Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes was adopted at the Bologna Process Ministerial Conference in Yerevan in May 2015. The European Approach is a step towards minimising barriers in external quality assurance of joint programmes. However, to date, only a few countries have fully integrated the European Approach into their accreditation procedures, and several difficulties in implementing the Approach persist.
Within the framework of the “Facilitating implementation of the European Approach for Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes (ImpEA)” project, ENQA, ECA, EQAR, and PKA are co-organising an informational and interactive fee-free event for all stakeholders interested in learning how the European Approach for Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes may be implemented with greater ease. The event will build on previous activities pertaining to this theme and will present the results of the ImpEA project survey, in which implementation obstacles will be identified (to participate in the survey, please click here).
Participants are kindly requested to book their own travel and accommodation.
Draft programme (updated 5 February 2018).
Draft list of participants (updated 5 February 2018).
Draft practical information (updated 16 January 2018)
For inquiries concerning this event, please contact Lindsey Kerber at the ENQA Secretariat.