ANQA discusses the accreditation process and possible reforms with the representatives of universities. The aim is to make the accreditation process more productive.
On 9th and 10th of July a round table discussion took place in ANQA with the representatives of universities and the experts.
‘’Our staff has explored the self-analysis and experts’ reports to find out the problems. But the opinion of representatives of universities that have participated in the accreditation process is also important for us. We want to hear observations to understand what obstacles have you met during the accreditation process, what should be changed to make the process better” said ANQA director Ruben Topchyan welcoming the participants.
The representatives of the universities and the experts discussed the stages of the accreditation process, criteria and standards. The problems, they raised and their suggestions will be discussed later. It will help in ANQA procedures and documentation review process, which in its turn will lead to the continuous improvement of the accreditation process.