This information session offered an overview of EUA’s Institutional Evaluation Programme (IEP), now that registrations for the next round of evaluations are open.

Since 1994, IEP has offered enhancement-oriented voluntary evaluations on a peer-review basis. Through its context-sensitive and comprehensive approach, IEP has supported more than 340 institutions across the world in developing strategic leadership and capacity to manage change. Key to IEP’ success is its pool of more than 50 highly experienced international experts including rectors, vice-rectors, students, and senior higher education professionals. Furthermore, IEP is registered as a quality assurance agency on the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR).

During this information session, a member of the IEP Steering Committee explained the main characteristics and added value of the programme, representatives from two recently evaluated institutions discussed their experience, and the IEP Secretariat provided some practical information.











  • Brian Norton, member of the IEP Steering Committee
  • Elizabeth Noonan, Director of Quality Enhancement, University College Cork
  • Věra Šťastná, Head of Analyses and Strategies Department, Charles University Prague
  • Tania Durt, Administrative Officer, IEP Secretariat, EUA
  • Chair:  Maria Kelo, Director of the Institutional Development Unit, EUA

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