The University of Bologna’s Internal Quality Assurance System aims to improve the quality of its Study Programmes.
The quality of a Study Programme lies in its ability to provide appropriate solutions for the expectations of anyone who is interested in the educational services available: students, families and the world of work.
The Internal Quality Assurance System regularly gathers and analyses important information – such as the number of students who graduate in line with the regular programme, or the employment situation of graduates - and based on this, plans concrete improvement actions. It is to all extents and purposes a self-assessment system.
The Internal Quality Assurance system aims to:
- guarantee that the quality of the teaching programmes is well documented, verifiable and assessable;
- facilitate access to information, making it clearer and more understandable for students, families and stakeholders in the employment world;
- promote a process of continuous improvement in Study Programmes.
The information is published annually on-line in the individual Study Programme Reports.
Reports for 2012 are available for consultation