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Aims and Evaluation Criteria

Aims

The ACREDITA Procedure has two aims:

  • To validate that university degree programmes are delivered according to their initial proposals.
  • To assess the Learning Outcomes ( application/pdf 724.67 kB )  .

The  Framework Document: Evaluation for the accreditation renewal of Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees  presents the most important aspects of the accreditation renewal process to stakeholders (universities, students, teachers, assessment committees, employers and others).

Evaluation criteria

The  evaluation criteria  correspond to three dimensions that are connected with prior verification and monitoring procedures. These standards and criteria are aligned with Part 2,  Standards and Guidelines 2015 (ingles para contenido en español)   approved at the Ministerial Conference in May 2015.

These criteria correspond to the three dimensions in the accreditation model agreed by the Spanish Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (REACU), the national body that brings together all the higher education QA agencies in Spain.

A comparative analysis of the ESG 2015 and the ANECA assessment standards and criteria for the ACREDITA Procedure is available at Annex 1 of the Framework Document: Evaluation for the accreditation renewal of Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees.

A comparative analysis of the ESG 2015 and the ANECA assessment standards and criteria for the ACREDITA Procedure is available at Annex 1 of the Framework Document: Evaluation for the accreditation renewal of Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degrees.