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Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA) is a participatory approach to quality assurance that has been built since 2008 for the European Commission DG Education and Culture Erasmus Mundus Master and Doctoral Joint Programmes. EMQA is not a standard QA process of judging or ranking courses against a fixed set of ‘standards’. The underlying principle is that international programmes are innovating constantly and that this innovation needs to be communicated directly back to the HE sector. EMQA is a strongly participatory approach to excellence. The resources on EMQA website can be used by any international programme – Master, Doctoral, Professional, or Commercial – to help programmes to review their own quality against a structured set of quality components drawn from Higher Education across the European Union.
 
Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA) is a participatory approach to quality assurance that has been built since 2008 for the European Commission DG Education and Culture Erasmus Mundus Master and Doctoral Joint Programmes. EMQA is not a standard QA process of judging or ranking courses against a fixed set of ‘standards’. The underlying principle is that international programmes are innovating constantly and that this innovation needs to be communicated directly back to the HE sector. EMQA is a strongly participatory approach to excellence. The resources on EMQA website can be used by any international programme – Master, Doctoral, Professional, or Commercial – to help programmes to review their own quality against a structured set of quality components drawn from Higher Education across the European Union.
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==See also==
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*[[Media:Handbook_of_Excellence_2012_-_Master-_Final-rev_Feb_13.pdf|Masters Handbook]]
  
 
== Source ==
 
== Source ==
 
* '''Aerden, A., Reczulska, H.''', 2013. ''Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees''. ECA Occasional Paper. The Hague. p. 12.
 
* '''Aerden, A., Reczulska, H.''', 2013. ''Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees''. ECA Occasional Paper. The Hague. p. 12.

Revision as of 14:33, 8 September 2013

Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA) is a participatory approach to quality assurance that has been built since 2008 for the European Commission DG Education and Culture Erasmus Mundus Master and Doctoral Joint Programmes. EMQA is not a standard QA process of judging or ranking courses against a fixed set of ‘standards’. The underlying principle is that international programmes are innovating constantly and that this innovation needs to be communicated directly back to the HE sector. EMQA is a strongly participatory approach to excellence. The resources on EMQA website can be used by any international programme – Master, Doctoral, Professional, or Commercial – to help programmes to review their own quality against a structured set of quality components drawn from Higher Education across the European Union.

See also

Source

  • Aerden, A., Reczulska, H., 2013. Guidelines for Good Practice for Awarding Joint Degrees. ECA Occasional Paper. The Hague. p. 12.