The aim of the project is to establish educational standards and programs to meet up with internationally accepted accreditation criteria at pilot faculties of major public and private universities in Syria with the help of European Universities and accreditation agencies to gather evidence for accountability, to assure that graduates are adequately prepared to enter and continue a career in their profession and to stimulate adequate processes for continuous quality improvement.
Recently, a draft law for the establishment of a Lebanese Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education has been drafted in order to satisfy the expectations in terms of accountability and continuous improvement of the HE system. This Tempus project therefore aims to experiment some tools that may be used by this agency and a model for QA will be established with the support of the European partners.
The project aims at the implementation of a quality assurance system, which might suit as frame of reference both nationally and regionally, at the participating partner universities.
The project is part of structural measures of the Tempus program aimed at developing and improving systems and institutions of higher education in partner countries, improving their quality and relevance, and the increase of their convergence with EU developments.
This Tempus project investigates and supports the development of a QA system in HE institutions of the Republic of Moldova under the conditions of a transition society and the involvement of a large number of exogenous actors in this process.
Improvement of the quality assurance system in a way that it becomes an instrument of strategic management of Bosnia and Herzegovina universities and together with the Agency for development of higher education and quality assurance and authorized ministries supports the structural reform of higher education reform in the entire Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The general objective of PICQA is to enhance the quality of higher education in Armenia and Georgia and to promote voluntary convergence with EU developments. This includes the development and promotion of a model for external quality assurance systems (accreditation systems) in both countries which are acceptable and comparable regionally and on the European level.
The proposed project is the first nation-scale project in Serbia dealing with the introduction and maintenance of Internal Quality Assurance at Serbian Universities in line with the EU standards. The work on this project is concerned with the areas where the internal quality assurance measures should be applied