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1 ENQA co-ordinated reviews and nationally co-ordinated reviews: similarities, differences and challenges Peter Williams President ENQA

2 Key principles (similarities) Commonality of purpose Credibility of process Consistency of judgements

3 Key requirements (similarities) Valid and reliable procedures Credible panel membership Comprehensiveness of process All ESG scrutinised Coverage of report

4 differences Make-up of panels Number Representativeness International participants Competence of members Training capacity Administrative capacity Singularity of national reviews Type A or type B reviews

5 Challenges for national reviews Need for impartial and independent sponsor Avoidance of friendly panel Need to avoid insiders only process Need to meet ENQA reporting requirements Avoidance of pre-emption of ENQA decision Understanding of compliance and substantial compliance

6 Challenges for ENQA-co-ordinated reviews Availability of knowledgeable experts Constraints of using English Difficulty of ensuring sufficient knowledge of local system Remote briefing

7 Overall objective National and ENQA reviews must share a level of credibility and trustworthiness that will ensure that all the Boards decisions on membership are based on sound and reliable evidence and can show a high level of consistency of outcome


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