Romanian version of the Guide on involvement of stakeholders’ in quality assurance activities realised by ARACIS
We are pleased to announce that a PRESS RELEASE was posted on ARACIS website about how the Romanian version of the Guide on involvement of stakeholders in quality assurance activities was developed by ARACIS. It can be accessed at the following link.
The english version of the press release was included in this article.
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“ARACIS has released the Romanian version of the Guide on involvement of stakeholders’ in quality assurance activities, a guide developed within the project Effective Involvement of Stakeholders in External Quality Assurance Activities – ESQA. The document can be consulted here.
This guide has been developed by two international experts and the main purpose is to provide recommendations aimed primarily at insurance agencies quality and national authorities in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), to strengthen dialogue and cooperation with stakeholders, as well as guidance for their effective involvement in quality assurance processes.
The guide is included in the message of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education – ENQA to the ministers of education from the member countries of the European Higher Education Area, held at the ministerial conference on 19th November 2020 and available here.
The involvement of stakeholders in external quality assurance (QA) activities represents an obligation of quality assurance agencies, according to the provisions from the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area. ARACIS makes continuous efforts to improve the involvement of stakeholders in its work, both at the level of management structures and in the evaluation and quality assurance activities.
The Ministry of National Education, through the Unit for the Management of Externally Financed Projects, started the implementation of the project The effective involvement of stakeholders in external quality assurance activities ESQA, code 607068-EPP-1-2018-1-RO-EPPKA3-BOLOGNA, approved by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency, for the co-financing of the ERASMUS+ Program: Higher Education – Knowledge Alliances, Bologna Support, Jean Monnet, the Key Action Support for the implementation of reforms in the European Area of Higher Education (EHEA).
The project runs for a period of 2 years and it is implemented in partnership with the Romanian Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education ARACIS, as well as with quality assurance agencies in Bulgaria, Denmark, France and Moldova, but also with the European Student Organization. ESU, the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education ENQA and the European Association of Higher Education Institutions EURASHE.”