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Georgia has been a Governmental Member of EQAR since 2008.

Focus of external quality assurance

  • Institutional and programme evaluation.

Can higher education institutions choose a suitable EQAR-registered agency?

Yes, Georgian higher education institutions can choose an EQAR-registered agency for their mandatory external quality assurance.

  • Eligibility requirements for foreign agencies: N/A
  • Conditions for the agencies’ work (e.g. criteria to be used): Criteria and procedures for external quality assurance must be validated by  .
  • Recognition of reviews carried out by foreign agencies:  The National Center for Educational Quality Enhancement of Georgia (NCEQE) checks the compatibility of the evaluation with National Standards and Procedures (Art. 28).
  • Further information / regulations: Order of the Minister of Education and Science of Georgia No. 65 “On approving statute for accreditation of educational programs and fees” (Chapter 28. Recognition of Accreditation awarded by foreign organizations). May 4, 2011

Can higher education institutions use the European Approach for the Quality Assurance of Joint Programmes?

  • No, the European Approach is not available to higher education institutions in the country.

Registered agencies based in this country

  • None.

Registered agencies operating in this country

Countries where registered QA agencies are based (and number of agencies)

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