MAP-ESG final public report of the MAP-ESG project

MAP-ESG final public report of the MAP-ESG project by Nathalie Lugano, Version 2012, 27-EMHE-FI-ENQA.pdf (0.3 MB)

Major findings and recommendations of the MAP-ESG project

Major findings and recommendations of the MAP-ESG project by Fiona Crozier, Version 2011, BS II.1_MAP-ESG.pdf (0.2 MB) - Over the last year the E4 Group (ENQA, EURASHE, EUA and ESU) have worked on a project called "Mapping the application and implementation of the ESG" (MAP-ESG). The purpose of the project has been to gather information on how the ESGs have been implemented and applied, on national level, in HEIs and in QA agencies in the 46 Bologna signatory countries. After five years of experience with implementing and applying the ESGs, there have been suggestions that they should be revised. As a response to this discussion the E4 Group decided to launch this project to map the experiences of various stakeholders with regard to the ESGs and their views on whether revision is needed. The project will result in an E4 report to be submitted to the HE Ministers and will make a recommendation on the appropriateness of a revision for the ESGs. During this session the major findings and recommendation of the project will be presented, allowing the audience the opportunity to discuss them prior to the finalisation of the E4 report.

Welcome and opening of the Launch conference of the MAP-ESG project

Welcome and opening of the Launch conference of the MAP-ESG project by Stefan Delplace, Version 2012, MAP-ESG_launch_120117_welcome_DELPLACE.pdf (0.4 MB) - MAP-ESG is a joint project of four organisations, consultative members of the BFUG, ENQA, ESU, EUA and EURASHE. It intends to “map the implementation and the application of the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance (ESG)”

Mapping the implementation and application of the ESG in the EHEA – Launch Conference Report

Mapping the implementation and application of the ESG in the EHEA - Launch Conference Report by Dries Froyen, Version 2012, MAP-ESG_launch_120117_report_FROYEN.pdf (0.4 MB)

Europas Hochschulen reformieren Standards zur Qualitätssicherung: Die Basis hat das Wort DE

Europas Hochschulen reformieren Standards zur Qualitätssicherung: Die Basis hat das Wort DE by duz, Version 2011, MAP-ESG_article_DUZ_EURASHE_Apr2011_DE.pdf (0.8 MB)

Mapping the Implementation and Application of the ESG (MAP-ESG project)

Mapping the Implementation and Application of the ESG (MAP-ESG project) by MAP-ESG, Version 2011, MAP-ESG_final_report_E4.pdf (0.5 MB)

Introduction à un bilan de l’utilisation des références européennes pour la garantie de la qualité dans l’EEES – FR

Introduction à un bilan de l'utilisation des références européennes pour la garantie de la qualité dans l'EEES - FR by Bruno Curvale, Version 2011, EURASHE_AC_Nice_110331-01_pres_CURVALE.pdf (0.6 MB) - The presentation addresses the following topics:
- Historique de la dimension européenne de la garantie de la qualité dans l’enseignement supérieur ;
- Organisation du dispositif européen de la garantie de la qualité (ESG, EQAR...) ;
- Présentation des references européennes pour la ganrantie de qualité (European Standards and Guidelines Part. 1, Part. 2 and Part. 3).

EURASHE’s interim report on the MAP-ESG project

EURASHE’s interim report on the MAP-ESG project by EURASHE, Version 2011, MAP-ESG_EURASHE_interim_report.pdf (0.4 MB)

EURASHE Report on the Implementation of the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in Higher Education Institutions

EURASHE Report on the Implementation of the European Standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in Higher Education Institutions by EURASHE, Version 2012, EURASHE_Report_Implementation_ESG_August_2012_full.pdf (5.7 MB)

The MAP-ESG project: the E4 joint report & ENQA’s view on the implementation of the ESG

The MAP-ESG project: the E4 joint report & ENQA’s view on the implementation of the ESG by Fiona Crozier, Version 2012, EURASHE_Sem_QA_120927-28_pres_CROZIER.pdf (0.2 MB) - The presentation will give a brief history of the MAP-ESG project and will then look at the headlines from the consultations carried out by the four E4 member organisations. It will conclude with ENQA’s view on the usability and applicability of the ESG and some thoughts, from ENQA’s perspective, on the direction of the revision of the ESG.