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01 April 2020

Activity Details (ID# 26899)  

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Title Qualitative analysis of the accreditation survey 
Description The CoE expert will perform a qualitative analysis of the results obtained within the accreditation survey conducted through questionnaires previously approved by the Comission for accreditation. 
Status Completed 
Date 31/05/2009 
Location Not applicable, Others
Countries CoE Members: Serbia
  Joint Programme Activity - Serbia-Educ
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP Serbia-Educ - Strengthening Higher Education Reforms in Serbia    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 1 - 2007/DG4/JP/1741   Serbia-Edu - Strengthening Higher Education reforms in Serbia
Expected Result 1.2 - Quality Assurance and Accreditation • Support provided to NCHE and CAQA in their respective tasks based on the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA • NCHE and CAQA have established working relations with relevant partner institutions abroad.
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Culture and intercultural dialogue
Line of Action ⇒ V.1 – Education and linguistic diversity: promoting democratic culture
Programme ☆ V.1.2  European dimension of Higher Education: promoting humanistic values and optimising structures
Project 1994/DG4/104 European Higher Education Area: structural reform and qualifications in higher education
Expected Result 6 Stakeholders and authorities in countries that recently joined the Bologna Process benefit from expert advice and targeted assistance in implementing higher education reforms.

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Directorate (Service) Education, Culture and Heritage, Youth and Sport (Directorate of Education - Higher Education and Research Division)
CoE Contact RESTOUEIX, Jean-Philippe   email
Last Modified 08/12/2009 

Activity Synopsis (ID# 26899) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) This is actually finalization of the task that was delayed, initially due to the low response rate from the surveyed HEIs and than owing to other obligations expert has taken in the meantime. In order to speed up the process another expert was engaged to prepare qualitative analysis, based on the survey results (the ones from the higher schools and first cycle of faculties / universities) and it was done in June 2009. Analysis has been submitted to the CAQA. Aim is to compel CAQA to start scrutinizing its own work at different stages of the process so that at the end of the last accreditation cycle they can prepare report evaluating the work done and proposing solutions for shortcomings they discovered during the overall process 
Output/Results Expert’s analysis has been submitted to CAQA and should serve as the basis for the future analysis of the overall accreditation process. CAQA needs to undertake a self-evaluation exercise if they want to improve future work of the CAQA and to apply at one point for the ENQA membership.

Conclusions/Follow Up Project will continue providing support to CAQA related to analyzing its work – achievements and shortcomings and proposing measures for improvement including legislative ones. 
Consultants/Experts Mr Bastian Baumann, Secretary General, Magna Charta Observatory 
CoE Secretariat Ms Silvija Panovic-Djuric, Project manager
Ms Miroslava Balabanovic, Project assistant
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