Our mission

As the designated stakeholder organisation of quality assurance agencies in the EHEA, ENQA represents their interests internationally, supports them nationally and provides them with comprehensive services and networking opportunities. Under ENQA’s umbrella, the community of agencies drives innovation in quality assurance and refines quality assurance processes.


ENQA/CHAIN5 webinar: External QA at level 5 - Time for a common approach?

6 April 2023 10:00-11:30

This webinar will explore the topic of external quality assurance of EQF level 5 courses offered as higher vocational education and training or short cycle higher education. The increased focus on flexible learning pathways, investment in skills and permeability between education sectors, in conjunction with international student mobility, makes a shared understanding of QA approaches to EQF level 5 qualifications all the more important.

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2023 ENQA Members' Forum, 20-21 April 2023, Tbilisi, Georgia

19 April 2023-21 April 2023 00:00

The 2023 Members’ Forum  will take place on 20-21 April in Georgia. The event will be hosted by the National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement (NCEQE). A social programme is planned for 19 April.

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2023 ENQA General Assembly, 25-27 October 2023, Dublin, Ireland

25 October 2023-27 October 2023 00:00

The 2023 ENQA General Assembly will take place on 25-27 October in Dublin, Ireland. The event will be organised in cooperation with the Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI).

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Deadline for registrations approaching
Registration for the 2023 ENQA #MF in #Tbilisi on 19-21 April closes in two weeks! Have you reserved your spot yet? If not, do so fast!

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Today we hosted a meeting of partners of the #QAFIT project to discuss findings of surveys on future of #ESG for #QA. The good news... no stakeholders want to get rid of them entirely! But lots can be done to improve them.


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