Internal Quality Assessment
In the Internal Quality Assurance processes, systemic and needs-based evaluations/surveys are used, based on which, the decisions are made for the further development of the university.
Systemic and needs-based evaluations are carried out with qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods.
Systemic evaluations represent the essential mechanism for implementation of the internal Quality Assurance, which is used for the assessment of: Educational programs and teaching and learning quality; Services; Material, library, Informational and financial resources; Staff (Academic, Invited, Administrative); International collaboration and internationalization; Research activity; Results achieved at institutional level and educational area positioning. Systemic evaluations are used to study the spesific group, sphere, direction, observe dynamics and determine development tendencies.
With needs-based evaluations, specific problems are studied, which provides the opportunity to study the problem in depth and implement interventions oriented on the development of the areas for improvement.
Quantitative, as well as qualitative methods are used for internal quality assessment, which are implemented with the help of pre-defined instruments, or methods developed in accordance with the specific need.