Quality assessment in institutions of higher education: problems, practices and solutions - University of Pavia, Italy, 23 March

February 14, 2006

Brussels, 13 Feb 2006

A three day conference looking at quality assessment at institutions of higher education will be held at the University of Pavia in Italy from March 23.

The event aims to deliver an analysis of the current and future state of assessment for institutions, including changing concepts of quality, case studies following assessed academics, comparative analysis of different assessment tools and the management of such assessments.

The conference will be relevant for higher education and research institutions, university and research managers and academics. More than 15 speakers from higher learning and research institutions throughout Europe have already been confirmed to speak at the conference.

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