The Quality Assurance (QA) of a university is the system by which governing bodies carry out their policies for quality. This includes the actions of planning, implementation and monitoring necessary for the University activity to fulfil standards compliance.
The responsibility of guaranteeing quality standards lies with the Rector for the University, with the Manager for the Department and with the Chairman for the Course of Study.
The University’s QA guidelines:
- Highlight how quality policies are implemented and guaranteed by checks before and during the process, by the University’s Quality Assurance Board, and after the process by the Evaluation Board
- Regard the two areas of Training and Research/Third Mission: they are designed according to these two areas, then re-examined regularly and updated when necessary.
In the attachments section, you can find the deadlines for completing the SUA-CdS Databanks.