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Strategy of Development of IQAA for 2015-2018


The Strategy of Development of IQAA is a document that defines main directions of activity, which IQAA plans to realize over the next four years (2015-2018). The Strategy of Development can be periodically revised as external conditions change.

The content of the Strategy of Development is based on the policy, which the Agency conducts in accordance with the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance (ESG), providing quality service on accreditation of organizations of higher, postgraduate, technical and vocational education, with the full and active participation of every employee of IQAA.

On the dynamic changes in the society and legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a quick adaptation of the Agency to these changes in the development of its procedures takes place.

The Strategy of Development corresponds to the status of IQAA, which is listed in the National register of accreditation bodies of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Kazakhstan (order of the MES of RK No.304 dated 24.06.2012), and has the right for conduct of institutional and programme accreditation of educational organizations (certificate No. БҒМ-001).

The Strategy of Development has been approved by the IQAA Accreditation Council as the main document for defining medium term objectives, which form the basis for provision of established by the Statute activity directions of employees, external experts and other stakeholders for the Agency’s effective realization of the mission.

Strategy of Development of IQAA for 2015-2018

Implementation plan of the IQAA's Strategy of Development for 2015-2018

Working Plan for 2017

Working Plan for 2016

Working Plan for 2015

Working Plan for 2014

Working Plan for 2013

Working Plan for 2012

Annual report 2015

Annual report 2014

Annual report 2013

Annual report 2012

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