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ENQA produces publications dealing with the developments in the European quality assurance. This page contains the latest publications of ENQA in PDF Format. Paper copies can be ordered from the ENQA Secretariat.
Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the European Higher Education Area - 3rd edition (2009) (pdf) (04. Mar. 2005)
ENQA has produced, in co-operation and consultation with its member agencies and the E4 Group (ENQA, EUA, EURASHE and ESIB), this important report that was submitted to the European Ministers of Education meeting in Bergen in May 2005. The report was also presented to the Bologna Follow-Up Group on 1 March 2005.
The 3rd edition's Table of Contents numbering system has been restored for practical reasons; however, the text remains identical to the 2nd edition.
The ESG have been translated into 14 languages, as follows (in alphabetical order):
- Albanian (doc) by the Albanian Accreditation Agency for Higher Education
- Albanian (doc) by the Kosovo Accreditation Agency
- Bosnian (pdf) by the European Commission and Council of Europe
- Catalan (pdf) by the Agency for Quality Assurance in the Catalan University System (AQU)
- French (pdf) by the Comité National d'Évaluation of France (now AERES)
- Galician (pdf) by the Agency for Quality Assurance in the Galician University System (ACSUG)
- German (pdf) by the German Rectors' Conference
- Greek (pdf) by the Hellenic Assurance Agency for Higher Education (HQAA)
- Hungarian (pdf) by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee (HAC)
- Italian (pdf) by the Agenzia Nazionale Programma LLP/Erasmus
- Romanian (pdf) by the National Alliance of Student Organisations in Romania.
- Russian (pdf) by the National Accreditation Agency of the Russian Federation (NAA)
- Slovak (pdf) by the Slovak Rector's Conference
- Spanish (pdf) by the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation of Spain (ANECA)
- Ukrainian (pdf) by the British Council in Ukraine.
Please note that the translations have not been verified by ENQA and that the translating parties bear the responsibility of inaccuracies.