Quality Assurance in Education: Volume 19 Issue 2


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Challenges faced by graduate business education in Southern Africa: Perceptions of MBA participants

Zelealem T. Temtime, Rebana N. Mmereki

The purpose of this paper is to examine the degree of satisfaction and perceived relevance of the Graduate Business Education (GBE) programme at the University of Botswana.


The Standard of Quality for HEIs in Vietnam: a step in the right direction?

Nga D. Tran, Thanh T. Nguyen, My T.N. Nguyen

The purpose of this paper is to provide a critical analysis of the Standard of Quality for higher education institutions in Vietnam which was developed in response to an urgent…


Does internal quality management contribute to more control or to improvement of higher education?: A survey on faculty's perceptions

Jan Kleijnen, Diana Dolmans, Jos Willems, Hans van Hout

The purpose of this paper is to explore faculty's perceptions of quality management activities (QMA) within their departments, attention being paid to relevant quality aspects and…


Job satisfaction of academic staff: an empirical study on Turkey

Boran Toker

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the levels of job satisfaction among academicians in the universities of Turkey and to examine the effects of demographics on levels of…


Principals' and teachers' perceptions of quality management in Hong Kong primary schools

Alison Lai Fong Cheng, Hon Keung Yau

The purpose of this paper is to examine the perceptions of a sample of Hong Kong principals and teachers of the extent to which quality management (QM) has been effectively…

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