The following tables show the register of universities/centres with a valid implementation certificate, after having passed the corresponding external audit process, and having demonstrated adequate compliance with the quality criteria and guidelines established in this model. The report of the Certification Committee for each of the centres evaluated can be consulted there.
The external audit reports carried out on all the centres that have obtained a certificate for the implementation of their Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS) in accordance with the AUDIT Model can be accessed via this link.
Period of validity. Within the framework of the procedure for issuing certificates of implementation of the internal quality assurance systems of the AUDIT and AUDIT-International programmes of ANECA, in accordance with the protocol established for the issuing of certificates required for the institutional accreditation of university centres, regulated by Royal Decree 640/2021, of 27 July, on the creation, recognition and authorisation of universities and university centres, and institutional accreditation of university centres, as well as in the Resolution of 3 March 2022, of the General Secretariat for Universities, which issues instructions on the procedure for the institutional accreditation of public and private university centres, and publishing the Protocol for the certification of internal quality assurance systems of university centres and the Protocol for the assessment procedure for the renewal of the institutional accreditation of university centres, approved by the General Conference on University Policy, the Directorate of ANECA has decided to set the period of validity of the AUDIT and AUDIT-International certificates for the implementation of internal quality assurance systems at 6 years, making the deadline for their validity coincide with the deadline for the institutional accreditation of the corresponding university centres established in the aforementioned regulations.
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