External review of ENQA agency reviews: call re-opened

ENQA is re-opening the call for a coordinator to conduct an external review of the ENQA agency reviews.

One of the core services offered by ENQA is external reviews of quality assurance agencies. As part of its own quality assurance cycle, ENQA is preparing for an external review of this service and is seeking an external body to coordinate this. This call for a coordinator has been re-opened and is addressed to quality assurance experts and organisations who can conduct this external review independently and accurately, according to the requirements set out in the call.

The purpose of the external review is to evaluate the various activities and procedures of the ENQA Agency Reviews with the intention to support the improvement of its usefulness and fitness-for-purpose. In order to do so, the review process and its final report should assess, on the one hand, how the principles outlined in the standards of ESG Parts 2 and 3 for quality assurance agencies are reflected in the reviews of agencies (while adapting them to the context and work of ENQA) and, on the other hand, how far the ENQA Agency Reviews contribute to the improvement of quality assurance agencies and allow for innovative approaches to quality assurance processes.

Full details of the scope and process of the review, eligibility criteria for the coordinator, and requirements to submit a bid are set out in the call document.

The tender must be submitted to the ENQA External Review Steering Committee by email to secretariat@enqa.eu.

The new deadline for submission is 23 February 2024 at 17.00 CET.

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