P. Tosi

Quality Assurance: A Value for University

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University autonomy cannot survive without accountability - i.e. the responsibility for its choices. Choices are evaluated through results, so that University carries out adequately its institutional and leading role for society with a new international scenario. It has to persuade itself that evaluation culture represents a value, since being responsible for its actions as well as the way it acts is one of its duties. The evaluation process is set out in the following stages: a) a selfevaluation report (SER), that is a critical analysis of the strengths and the weaknesses; b) a peer-review evaluation; c) a strategic plan for improvement formulated and monitored by the University evaluated.


  • Quality Assurance
  • Autonomy
  • Responsibility
  • Self-evaluation Report
  • Peer Review
  • Strategic Plan


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