Quality Assurance in Education: Volume 8 Issue 3


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Assuring quality in management education: the Indian context

R. Jagadeesh

The increasing demand for postgraduate education in management in India has resulted in a steep rise in the number of institutes offering such education. However, the quality of…


A critical review of the business excellence quality model applied to further education colleges

Rodney McAdam, William Welsh

In April 1998, the legal status of further education colleges in Northern Ireland changed (Further Education (Northern Ireland) Order 1997). Their new legal status offers colleges…


Standards: the varying perceptions of senior staff in higher education institutions

Laurie Lomas, Kevin Tomlinson

Reports on and analyses the attitudes towards standards in higher education of a random sample of senior managers, senior administrators and senior academics in a range of…


Teaching quality and staff research: are there connections? A case study of a metropolitan university department

Rhodri Thomas, Vicky Harris

In recent years, much energy and finance has been expended by successive governments in monitoring teaching and – separately – research quality. Although official conceptions of…


Planning for a successful teaching quality assessment exercise in business and management: a case study

Gerard McElwee, Ian Scott

Provides some practical ways forward for those responsible for preparing subject teams in meeting the needs of the teaching quality assessment (TQA) exercise for the subject of…

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