Internationalization is one the most vital elements of ANQA’s activities. The scope of activities aimed at internationalization include but are not limited to the following:
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The National Center for Professional Education Quality Assurance (ANQA) has been admitted to the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR) since 2017 (for 5 years).
ARARAT (ARMENIAN COORDINATION AGENCY “UNIVERSITY – EMPLOYER”) is a three-year national project, under the priority of Higher Education and Society, EACEA N° 25/2011, 5th call and Structural Measures action. The wider objective of the project is to ameliorate the relevance of higher education to ever-changing labour market needs through establishment and operationalization of universities-employers cooperation nexus in Armenia.
ALIGN (Achieving and checking the alignment between academic programmes and qualification frameworks) is a three-year multi-country project within the scope of EACEA N° 35/2012, 6th Call National Priorities for Joint Projects in Governance Reform. The wider objective of the project is to enhance the intelligibility, consistency and transferability of qualifications through establishment of mechanisms for higher education institutions to achieve alignment of academic programmes with national qualification frameworks and for quality assurance agencies to check such alignment.
GOVERN (Fostering Autonomy and Accountability: Development of State-of-the-art HE Management System for Efficient Changes in Line with Bologna Principles) is a three-year national project, under the priority of Governance Reform, EACEA N° 35/2012, 6th call and Structural Measures action. The wider objective is to enable application of the state-of-the-art management system at Armenian HEIs for promoting effective and efficient structural changes in line with Bologna agenda thus enhancing HEIs autonomy and accountability.
HEN-GEAR: Higher Education Network for Human Capital Assessment and Graduates Employability in Armenia. The project aims at uphold the higher education reforms and modernization process in place in Eastern Neighbouring Area, by addressing quality assessment and support of graduates' employability in the country of Armenia
MAHATMA: Master in Higher Education Management: Developing Leaders for Managing Educational Transformation
MAHATMA (MASTER IN HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT: DEVELOPING LEADERS FOR MANAGING EDUCATIONAL TRANSFORMATION) is a three-year multi-country joint project, under the EACEA NQ 2512011, 5th call and Curricular Reform action.
MAHATMA'S wider objective is to promote transformation of higher education management in Armenia and Georgia through introduction of a new Master's programme/professional development courses in higher education management.
MathGeAr: Modernization of Mathematics curricula for Engineering and Natural Sciences studies in South Caucasian Universities by introducing modern educational technologies
The overall objective of the project is to improve the quality of STEM education in South Caucasian region by modernizing and improving the curricula in the field of Mathematics
Picasa (Promoting Internationalization of Heis in Eastern Neighbourhood Countries through Cultural and Structural Adaptations) is a three-year multicounty project, under the Regional Priority for Governance Reform, EACEA N° 35/2012, 6th call, Structural Measures action. The wider objective is to promote recognition of Eastern Neighbouring Area HE systems - Armenian, Georgia, Belarus and Ukraine - through development and integration of internationalization dimensions into structural and cultural components of HEIs management.
TNE_QA (PROMOTING QUALITY AND RECOGNITION OF TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION IN ARMENIA AND GEORGIA) is a three-year multi-country project, under the priority of Governance Reform, EACEA N° 35/2012, 6th call, National Priorities and Structural Measures action. The wider objective is to enhance quality, and promote regulation and recognition of transnational education provisions in Armenia and Georgia through establishing internal Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and external (EQA) quality assurance mechanisms in line with OECD/UNESCO guidelines.
VERITAS (STRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE THIRD CYCLE BASED ON SALZBURG PRINCIPLES) is a three-year national project, under the priority of Governance Reform, EACEA N° 35/2012, 6th call and Structural Measures action. The wider objective of the project is to ameliorate doctoral education in Armenian Higher Education System through alignment with European Qualifications Framework and Salzburg Principles.
The project Promoting Internationalization and Comparability of Quality Assurance in Higher Education (PICQA) (2010 – 2013) aims at enhancing the quality of higher education in Armenia and Georgia by promoting internal and external quality assurance systems which are acceptable both regionally and internationally.
DIUSAS: Development and Integration of University Self-assessment Systems2 years (2010 – 2012).
The aim of the project is to develop a university self-assessment system with the aim to establish a culture that values quality in service provisions.
The ESPAQ (Enhancing Students Participation in Quality Assurance in Armenian HE) project tackles one of the core challenges of Armenian higher education related to the quality of its provision and outcomes, through engaging the students into processes of quality assurance (QA) and enhancement of their learning experience.
C3QA (Promoting internationalization of research through establishment and operationalization of Cycle 3 Quality Assurance System in line with the European Integration Agenda) is a three-year cross-regional and multi-partner structural project under EAC/A04/2015 call and Key Action 2 – Capacity Building in the Field of Higher Education.
Its wider objective is to contribute to the establishment of a knowledge-based society in Armenia, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and Mongolia through the launch and operationalization of a robust quality assurance system for internationalization of Cycle 3 programs.