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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.
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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.  
  
==Read Publication==
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EMQA is not a standard quality assurance 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 higher education sector.
*[[Media:Handbook_of_Excellence_2012_-_Master-_Final-rev_Feb_13.pdf|Masters Handbook]]
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*[[Media:Handbook_of_Excellence_2012_-_Doctoral_-_Final.pdf|Doctoral Handbook]]
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EMQA considers itself a strongly participatory approach to excellence. Their resources can be used by any international programme – Master, Doctoral, Professional, or Commercial – to help review their quality against a structured set of ''quality components'' drawn from higher education across the European Union.
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==Online tool==
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EMQA provides [http://www.emqa.eu an online platform] to help joint programmes review their quality. The tool is intended to help joint programmes to:
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# Understand the 'landscape' of quality challenges that international programmes encounter;
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# Self-assess their own courses or programmes against a series of structured questions;
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# See in detail examples of excellent practice from programmes studied in depth since 2008;
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# Read a Handbook of Excellence that guides joint programmes through the issues they need to consider when creating Master and Doctoral Programmes;
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# Contribute excellent practices and thus add to the body of evidence in order to continue to develop the 'components of excellence'.
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==Main publications==
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* [[EMQA_Handbook_of_Excellence_2012_-_Master_programmes]]
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* [[EMQA_Handbook_of_Excellence_2012_-_Doctoral_programmes]]
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[Quality_Assurance_in_Joint_Master_Programmes| Quality assurance in joint master programmes: European Masters New Evaluation Methodology (EMNEM)]]
 
* [[Quality_Assurance_in_Joint_Master_Programmes| Quality assurance in joint master programmes: European Masters New Evaluation Methodology (EMNEM)]]
 
* [[JOIMAN]] network and [[JOICON]] project
 
* [[JOIMAN]] network and [[JOICON]] project
* [[EMQA| Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance (EMQA)]]
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== Source ==
 
== Source ==
* '''Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance''' [http://www.emqa.eu EMQA]
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* [[[http://www.emqa.eu|Erasmus Mundus Quality Assurance website]
 
   
 
   
 
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Latest revision as of 13:45, 2 February 2014

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 quality assurance 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 higher education sector.

EMQA considers itself a strongly participatory approach to excellence. Their resources can be used by any international programme – Master, Doctoral, Professional, or Commercial – to help review their quality against a structured set of quality components drawn from higher education across the European Union.


Online tool

EMQA provides an online platform to help joint programmes review their quality. The tool is intended to help joint programmes to:

  1. Understand the 'landscape' of quality challenges that international programmes encounter;
  2. Self-assess their own courses or programmes against a series of structured questions;
  3. See in detail examples of excellent practice from programmes studied in depth since 2008;
  4. Read a Handbook of Excellence that guides joint programmes through the issues they need to consider when creating Master and Doctoral Programmes;
  5. Contribute excellent practices and thus add to the body of evidence in order to continue to develop the 'components of excellence'.

Main publications

See also

Source