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The quality of higher education is a multi-dimensional concept. Because every higher education provision accompanies multiple stakeholders (such as students, alumni, staff, employers, parents, ...) it is not easy to design a single definition.[1]

There however seems to be agreement that quality (in higher education) refers to fitness for purpose and conformance to requirements.

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  1. Glossary, National Institution for Academic Degrees and University Evaluation, Japan, 2009