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The FLLLEX project addressed challenges and implications of incorporating Lifelong Learning into European higher education institutions.
Mapping the implementation and application of the Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area.
UNESCO-GIQAC project focused on capacity building activities for quality assurance networks in the field of higher education in the regions of Central Asia and the Balkans. GIQAC was a joint initiative of UNESCO and the World Bank.
ENQA was conducting a third survey of quality procedures in European higher education focussing on good practice in external quality assurance. The project was financed by the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Commission.
This project is the outcome of the initial contact that started in 2004 between the
ENQA and the World Bank on Higher Education in the Middle East and North Africa collaborated on efforts to create a Quality Assurance system in order to facilitate additional support and create better opportunities for Universities in the MENA region, and surrounding countries.
The PROMHEDEU-LAC (PROMotion of Higher Education Europe- Latin America and the Caribbean) project targeted the main collective Higher Education (HE) actors in the EU, Latin America and the Caribbean, many of whom are already members or associated partners of it (ENQA, EAIE, EUA, ACA, EMA, OUI, FLACSO, ANRPerú) and, through them, the whole HE academic and policymaking community.
ENQA conducted a second survey of quality procedures in European higher education to update the report Quality Procedures in European Higher Education - An ENQA Survey, published in 2003. The project was financed by the European Commission.
The Transnational European Evaluation Project II (TEEP II) was a detailed follow-up to the first transnational European pilot project (TEEP I) coordinated by ENQA in 2002-2003. TEEP II was a European-wide transnational quality evaluation scheme, which aspired to identify means and common elements for quality education in the Joint Masters Programmes in three subject areas: water management; cultural and communication studies; and law and economics.
The Quality Convergence Study Project was a follow-up to the ENQA Survey on Quality Procedures in European Higher Education. The main objective of the project was to study the possibilities for convergence of national quality assurance systems in Europe through six samples, aiming to obtain identifiable reference points for transnational quality evaluations. The study was carried out between September 2003 and October 2004, with the final report being published in March 2005.
ENQA initiated and coordinated, in cooperation with its member agencies, the European University Association (EUA), the National Unions of Students in Europe (ESIB) and the European Commission, a Survey on Quality Procedures in European Higher Education. The project was completed in 2002.
The Transnational European Evaluation Project (TEEP) was a pilot project conducted by ENQA and its member agencies between June 2002 and October 2003. It explored the operational implications of a European transnational quality evaluation of study programmes in three subject areas: History, Physics and Veterinary Science.