External Review Reports
External review reports demonstrate compliance (or non-compliance) of higher education institutions or study programmes with the IQAA standards and criteria of accreditation.
The structure of the external review report includes context and aims of the site visit, main characteristics of a higher education institution, level of compliance by each standard with the description of achievements, evidence, good practice and fields for improvement.
External review reports form the basis for drafting the IQAA conclusion on accreditation of higher education institutions and study programmes, which is subsequently considered by the Accreditation Council for decision-making on accreditation.
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