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1 The Bologna Process and QA in 2020: Priorities for ENQA Tibor Szanto Vice-President, ENQA Brussels, 3 June 2009

2 , Brussels Tibor Szanto 2 Leuven / Louvain-la-Neuve, April 2009

3 , Brussels Tibor Szanto 3 Leuven / Louvain-la-Neuve, April 2009

4 Position paper, preparation Board decision (Nov 2008) working group Draft x Board (+ former President) Draft x+1 member agencies Final version L/L conference ENQA website , Brussels Tibor Szanto 4 ENQA contribution to L/L

5 To define principles and values priorities Basis for work programme , Brussels Tibor Szanto 5 Aim of the position paper

6 ENQA Principles 1 1. Diversity (HE, QA) 2. Harmonisation and convergence of QA 3. ESG as an overarching framework 4. External evaluation of QA agencies 5. Roles of internal - external QA 6. Education and research 7. Balance of internal and external QA , Brussels Tibor Szanto 6

7 ENQA Principles 2 8. National legislations diverse approaches 9. Fitness for purpose (purpose process) 10. Co-operation of QA agencies 11. Increasing need for information 12. Explicit goals and methodologies 13. Clear distribution of roles and respons. 14. Dialogue , Brussels Tibor Szanto 7

8 ENQA Priorities 1. ESG, implementation, clarification 2. Co-operation of agencies, E4 3. QF, LO, RPL QA 4. QA of TNE, joint programmes 5. QA of LLL 6. Information on quality of HE 7. Staff development at agencies 8. QA awareness, expectations , Brussels Tibor Szanto 8

9 Work programme Priorities on paper actions in practice 1. Determining actions (Action Plan) 2. Implementing actions, producing results 3. Dissemination, feedback 4. Fine-tuning where needed , Brussels Tibor Szanto 9 PDCAPDCA

10 Action Plan (AP) - structure Priority X 1. Intended result(s) 2. Way(s) of achieving (methods) 3. Person(s) / organisation(s) responsible 4. Person(s) / organisation(s) involved 5. Available info, experience 6. Time span (starting and finishing dates) , Brussels Tibor Szanto 10

11 Priority No.1, ESG interpretation Possible elements of AP 1. Intended result(s) a) interpretation code for members b) proposal for E4 wider usage Focus? Ch ? 2. Way of achieving (method) working group analysis of documents analysis of decisions? survey? (members? Board? RC?) , Brussels Tibor Szanto 11

12 AP – ESG cont. 3. Person(s) / organisation(s) responsible co-ordinator (Board member? Agency?) members of WG 4. Person(s) / organisation(s) involved individual experts member agencies EHEA agencies? HEIs? , Brussels Tibor Szanto 12

13 AP – ESG cont. 5. Available info, experience ESG agency review reports self-evaluation reports? ENQA Board decisions? EQAR expectations (web) EQAR RC decisions? E4 documents Surveys done (CEEN, NOQA, ENQA QP) ENQA workshop reports , Brussels Tibor Szanto 13

14 AP – ESG cont. 6. Time span starting date: ASAP? finishing date: March 2010? (Budapest/Vienna meeting) 2012? (Bucharest meeting) Other? A lot to do … … quickly? , Brussels Tibor Szanto 14

15 And this is only one priority, one element in the Action Plan and, moreover, only the plan, not the implementation itself… , Brussels Tibor Szanto 15

16 Thank you for your attention!


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