Sixth annual Conference


Patterns of Education and related quality standards
10-11 December 2014


“Ensuring Congruence between Internal and External

Quality Assurance (IQA) (EQA)“  Workshop

by Dr. Terence Clifford-Amos – International Consultant-UK 

10- 11 December 2014


Overview and Objectives

This workshop aims to define the essential practices in designing and operating Quality Systems that promote unity and synthesis in IQA and EQA and the high Standards required towards realizing the vision of AROQA.

The workshop will commence with a brief outline of the need for this synthesis and practice, addressing:

  • Whole institutional quality culture.
  • Validation and accreditation.
  • Student self-assessment.
  • Institutional self-assessment.
  • Responsibilities of academic administrative and support faculties, departments, units.
  • Internal periodic reviews  (processes and report writing) and EQA modeling.
  • Gathering and handling evidence.
  • Stakeholders.
  • Profiling quality.
  • Knowledge of EQA and developing confidence in transparency and submission to scrutiny.
  • Ensuring that IQA is not an overly intrusive, burdensome, obtrusive and dislikeable practice.

Targeted Group

  • Stakeholders of quality assurance
  • Quality assurance officers and practitioners in institutions and organization
  • Representativesfrom the centers of the Quality Assurance and Accreditation  in the universities
  • Representatives of accreditation bodies in the Arab countries

Workshop Language         English 


Members:          50 Euro

Non-members:  100 Euro

The workshop will be free for the conference participants, you have to confirm your attendance by registering through this LINK .Noting that there are limited seats.

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Agenda & Presentations

Sixth Annual Conference

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Call for papers

Sixth annual Conference


Paper contributions are accepted in either Arabic or English. Papers should consist of be submitted with no more than 8 to 10 pages, or not exceed  8000 words. Every paper should include:


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