INQAAHE’s Global Study has been published

INQAAHE’s Global Study, Global Trends in Higher Education Quality Assurance: Challenges and Opportunities in Internal and External Quality Assurance, has just been published by Brill|Sense publishing house.

Cover Global Trends in Higher Education Quality Assurance

The INQAAHE Global Study, the result of a three-year intensive research led by INQAAHE, is the first endeavor to explore the trends, challenges and opportunities in tertiary education quality assurance globally. The study, authored by Susanna Karakhanyan and Bjørn Stensaker, was made possible purely through voluntary contribution of the tertiary education community worldwide under the lead of INQAAHE and with the invaluable support of regional networks, quality assurance bodies, and quality assurance experts. Indeed, each and every author contributing to the global and regional studies merits special gratitude for their priceless contribution to the study.

Special thanks go to the contributors (Bard Aboul-Ela†, Bassam Alhamad, Tariq Alsindi, Philip Ayoo, Nadia Badrawi, Linda L. Baer, Christian Blanco, Michael Bradshaw, Ronald Brunton, Lemka Ismailova, Guo Jun, Dewin Justiniano, Maria Kelo, Mike Kuria, Mary Catharine Lennon, Grace Lu, Orla Lynch, Leah K. Matthews, Milena Prado, Anely Ramírez, Judith Scharager, Erika Soboleva, Wondwosen Tamrat, Angela Yung-Chi Hou, Jianxin Zhang), INQAAHE strategic partners (Arab Network for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ANQAHE), Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN), Association of Arab Universities (AAU), European Network for Quality Assurance (ENQA), Central and Eastern European Network of Quality Assurance (CEENQA), CANQATE, East African Quality Assurance Network (EAQAN) and quality assurance bodies – National Accreditation Commission of Chile (CNA), Distance Education Accreditation Commission (DEAC, USA), Postsecondary Education Quality Assessment Board (PEQAB, Canada), National Accreditation Agency (NAA, Russia)), UNESCO Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems Division, and INQAAHE Board and Secretariat.

We extend our gratitude to all the quality assurance bodies and higher education institutions, which, appreciating the value of the endeavor, participated in the study thus contributing to the body of knowledge on quality assurance and promotion of quality culture.

You can find more information regarding INQAAHE’s book on Brill|Sense’s website.

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