Quality Assurance in Education: Volume 25 Issue 2


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Navigating similarities and differences in national and international accreditation standards: A proposed approach using US agency requirements

Judy R. Wilkerson

Understanding and navigating the differences in standards, and the roots and rationales underlying accreditation reviews, is necessary for all institutions that seek multiple…

Subtle convergence?: Locating similarities between Chinese educational reforms and global quality assurance and evaluation trends

Olli Suominen, Johanna Kallo, Risto Rinne, Yihong Fan

Different aspects of the globalisation of Chinese basic education have been examined in recent studies. This paper aims to contribute to this research base by examining the…

A system evaluation theory analyzing value and results chain for institutional accreditation in Oman

Rene Ymbong Paquibut

This paper aims to apply the system evaluation theory (SET) to analyze the institutional quality standards of Oman Academic Accreditation Authority using the results chain and…

Relationship between service quality, satisfaction, motivation and loyalty: A multi-dimensional perspective

Annamdevula Subrahmanyam

This paper aims to identify and test four competing models with the interrelationships between students’ perceived service quality, students’ satisfaction, loyalty and motivation…


Evolution of internal quality assurance at one university – a case study

David O’Sullivan

Quality assurance (QA) at one University has evolved over the past 15 years through emerging National and European standards, various leadership initiatives and through the…

Total quality management elements and results in higher education institutions: The Greek case

Evangelos Psomas, Jiju Antony

The purpose of this paper is to determine the main total quality management (TQM) elements adopted and the respective results achieved by higher education institutions (HEIs) in…


Lessons from CXC for Caribbean higher education institutions

Stafford Alexander Griffith

The purpose of this paper is to show how higher education institutions in the Caribbean may benefit from the quality assurance measures implemented by the Caribbean Examinations…

An assessment of resource availability for problem based learning in a Ghanaian University setting

Gabriel Asare Okyere, Richard Tawiah, Richard Bruce Lamptey, William Oduro, Michael Thompson

The purpose of this paper is to assess the differences pertaining to the resources presently accessible for problem-based learning (PBL) among six colleges of Kwame Nkrumah…

Stakeholder perceptions of secondary education quality in Sokoto State, Nigeria

Yaro Ibrahim, Rozita Arshad, Dani Salleh

This study aims to obtain stakeholder perceptions of secondary education quality in Sokoto State, Nigeria.

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