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INQAAHE -APQN Partnership Project Agreement:Internal Quality Assurance Landscape
   This survey is carried out by INQAAHE and APQN as Partnership Project on Internal and External Quality Assurance Landscape, the major aspects are 5 aspects: (1)Internal Quality Assurance: Operations and Impact ; (2)National Qualification Framework; (3) Quality Assurance of Doctoral Programme;(4)Quality Assurance of Distance Education; and (5) Quality Culture. This is anonymous survey. Please take it easy to fill in it. Thank you very much for your great contribution!
Q1:Respondent data:
country:    ____________
institution name:    ____________
Q2:Which qualifications are offered at your institution? (select all that apply)
Diploma (basic education level)
Secondary vocational education
Bachelors degree
Masters degree
Training of highly qualified staff (doctoral degree, traineeship...)
Other (please specify):
Q3:How many students does your institution have in total?
Less than 500
Between 501 - 1,000
Between 1,001 - 5,000
Between 5,001 - 10,000
Between 10,001 - 30,000
More than 30,000
Q4:Please choose the most suitable option for the following questions.
Less than100 Between101- 300 Between301 - 500 Between501 - 1,000 More than 1,000
How many employees does your institution have in total?(all categoriesincluded)
How many full time faculty members does your institution have in total?
How many administrative staff members (full time) does your institutionhave in total?
Q5:Does your institution have a policy on internal quality assurance?
Yes
No
Partially developed
If the answer is NO, are you planning to adopt one?
Q6:The internal quality assurance system of my institution covers the following ?(select all that apply)
Institution as a whole (Governance and administration; Physical resources; Human;resources; Studentservices; Information systems)
Diploma programmes
Bachelors level programmes
Masters level programmes
Doctoral programmes
post-doctoral progranmmes
Distance education
e-Learning modes
Research and innovation
Services to society
Other (please specify):
Q7:What are the major parts of the policy on internal quality assurance and to what extent are theyoperationlised? (select all that apply)
Quality Assurance policy is not realized Included the policy Procedures are set Procedures and policies are fully applied Procedures and policies are partially applied Procedures and policies are regularly revised
The internal quality assurancesystem organization andmanagement
Design and approval of academicprogrammes
Student admission Progression
recognition and certification
Student assessment
Faculty and research
Resources
Student support
Information management system
Public information
On-going monitoring and cyclicalreview of programmes
Cyclical external quality assurance
Community engagement
Q8:Is there a quality assurance unit established at your institution?
Yes
Under development
No
If Yes, the Year:
Q9:How many staff members are employed by the unit?
    ____________
Q10:Are there enough staff members to conduct internal quality assurance activities effectively?
Yes
No
Partially effective
Q11:Does the internal quality assurance system have its own structure that ensures involvement of allthe departments, schools, faculties and operational units of your institution in QA activities?
Yes
No
Under development
Q12:Does your institution have a special budget line for internal quality assurance activities?
Yes
No
Under development
Q13:Are there enough financial resources to conduct internal quality assurance activities effectively?
Yes
NO
Under development
Q14:How many cycles of internal institutional reviews has your institution undergone? (please specify)
    ____________
Q15:How often is the IQA policy revised?
once a year
Twice a year
Three times a year
Four times a year
Five times a year
other(please sepcify)
Q16:Which internal stakeholders are usually involved in your internal quality assurance processes?(select all that apply)
Top level management
Administrative staff
Faculty members
Students
Alumni
Other (please specify)
Q17:Which external stakeholders are usually involved in your internal quality assurance processes?(select all that apply)
Government
Employers
Professional associations (in the respective fields of study)
Private sector representatives (in the respective fields of study)
Labour market representatives
International experts
Other (please specify)
Q18:Do you regularly make self-evaluation reports publicly available?
Yes
No
Other (please specify)
Q19:What are the channels for distribution of the reports? (select all that apply)
Institutional website
Institutional publications
Other (please specify)
Q20:Has your institution been externally evaluated?
Yes
No
Planning to
Other (please specify)
Q21:Has any of your programs been externally evaluated?
Yes
No
Planning to
If Yes, What percentage of programs at your institution has undergone external evaluation?
Q22:Which external evaluation agency usually conducts your institutional reviews at the national level? (list all that apply)
    ____________
Q23:Which external evaluation agency usually conducts your institutional reviews at the internationallevel? (please list all that apply)
    ____________
Q24:How many cycles of external (institutional) reviews has your institution undergone at the international level? (please specify)
    ____________
Q25:Which external evaluation agency usually conducts your programme reviews at the national level? (list all that apply)
    ____________
Q26:Which external evaluation agency usually conducts your programme reviews internationally?(list all that apply)
    ____________
Q27:To what extent does your institution follow up on the recommendations resulting from theinternal reports?
Fully
Partially, based on the relevance of recommendations
Partially, based on the available resources
Partially, based on the priorities set by the top management
Not followed
Other (please specify)
Q28:Does your country have a national qualifications framework?
Yes
No
If Yes,in which year was it officially adopted?
Q29:If the answer is no, are you planning to adopt one?
Yes
No
Q30:By whose decree was it adopted?
    ____________
Q31:How is NQF operationalized?
Its functions are delegated to an independent organization
Its functions are hosted by the national quality assurance agency
Its functions are hosted by a government department
Other (please specify)
Q32:Has the NQF undergone an external evaluation with any of the following aims?(select all that apply)(If yes, please fill the date in the forms beside the options)
Self-certification
Referencing against other NQFs
Referencing against other QFs
Alignment with other NQFs
Alignment with other QFs
other(please specified)
Q33:To what extent are the levels of NQF covered by existing QA policies?( select all that apply)
Bachelor programs Master programs
Doctoral programs
Life-long learning (Recognition of prior learning)
Life-long learning (Continuous education courses)
Q34:Has the approach to NQF implementation been ever revised?
Yes
No
uncertain
If Ye, when?
Q35:Does your country have sectorial qualifications framework?
Yes
No
uncertain
If Yes, please specify the subject specific areas:
Q36:Is there a regional qualifications framework in your region?
Yes
No
uncertain
If Yes, has your NQF been referenced against it?
Q37:Does your institution offer the following*?
Professional doctorate(*Professional doctorate programmes: Students are expected to apply existing knowledge in their field to a real-world problem in their workplace or community. Professional doctorate students demonstrate this through an applied dissertation doctoral capstone, comprising a paper, product or portfolio.)
PhD(PhD programmes: Students are expected to extend the body of knowledge in their field to apply the knowledge to solve a real-world problem in their workplace or community. They demonstrate this through a dissertation.)
Both
No
Q38:My institution:
is planning or just beginning to introduce policies, procedures and criteria for quality assurance ofdoctoral programmes
has already developed policies, procedures and criteria for quality assurance of doctoral programmes,but the system is scaling up, and processes are still in flux
has a well-established system for quality assurance of doctoral programmes and the process is running
is moving beyond well-established processes to achieve excellence in the delivery of quality assuranceservices for doctoral programmes
has no plans to conduct quality assurance of doctoral programmes (if you select this response thenmove to question 47 of the questionnaire)
Other (please specify)
Q39:The policies,procedures and criteria,for the evaluation of doctoral programmes were developedbased on? (select all that apply)
national legislation
national external quality assurance agency’s guidelines
Salzburg Principles (2005)
benchmarking with highly ranked universities
Other (please specify)
Q40:The purpose of the quality assurance scheme for doctoral programmes is to?(select all that apply)
provide minimum requirements
verify correct implementation of doctoral programme delivery processes – address
failures stimulate and support continuous improvement
provide a benchmark for excellence
Other (please specify)
Q41:What is the approach to quality assurance of doctoral degree programmes pursued by your institution?
There is a standard ‘core’ applicable to all kinds of education levels, with add-on ‘modules’specific to doctoral education.
It is mainstreamed into overall internal quality assurance: a single set of criteria covers all types ofprogrammes.
Other (please specify)
Q42:The IQA launched the quality assurance system for doctoral degrees based on?(decree)
    ____________
Q43:The IQA for doctoral programmes was launched in?(year)
    ____________
Q44:What tools do you use to quality assure your doctoral programmes? (select all that apply)
Policies for research in line with the institutional strategy and mission
Policies and procedures for admission
Handbook for doctoral students
Handbook for supervisors
Guidelines for graduation/defense
Defense eligibility criteria, including regulations for publication and final outputs
Regulations for funding
Other (please specify)
Q45:Are the doctoral programmes externally reviewed on a regular basis?
Yes
No
Uncertain
Q46:Which phase(s) of the doctoral programme do you evaluate? (select all that apply)
Admissions
Supervision
Courses delivered
Research conducted
Publications
Defense
Other (please specify)
Q47:In general, the quality assurance criteria for research and innovation look at the following:
StronglyAgree Agree SomewhatAgree Disagree StronglyDisagree
Research strategy
Faculty promotion policy
Policy on supervision ofdoctoral students
Research outputs
Links between research, andteaching and learning
Research funding
Research grants
Q48:Does your institution offer distance education programmes?
Yes
No
Uncertain
Q49:What type of distance education do you offer?(select that all apply)
Online
Hybrid
Other (please specify)
Q50:My institution:
is planning or just beginning to introduce policies, procedures and criteria for quality assurance of distance education
has already developed policies, procedures and criteria for quality assurance of distance education, but the system is scaling up, and processes are still in flux
has well-established system for quality assurance of distance education and the process is running
is moving beyond well-established processes to achieve excellence in the delivery of quality assurance services for distance education.
has no plans to conduct quality assurance of distance education
Other (please specify)
Q51:What is the approach to quality assurance of distance education pursued by your institution?
Hybrid/personalised system: there is a standard ‘core’ applicable to all kinds and modes of delivery,with add-on ‘modules’ specific to distance or e-provision.
It is mainstreamed into overall quality assurance: a single set of criteria covers all types of modes ofdelivery.
Other (please specify)
Q52:The internal quality assurance of distance education is based on? (decree)
    ____________
Q53:The internal quality assurance of distance education was launched in? (year)
    ____________
Q54:The policies, procedures and criteria for the quality assurance of distance education were developed based on (select all that apply)
national legislation
national external quality assurance agencys guidelines
benchmarking with international organisations/networks dealing with distance education(e.g. ICDE)
based on the in-depth study of the system needs
Other (please specify)
Q55:The purpose of the quality assurance scheme for distance education is to? (select all that apply)
provide a template for distance education system-design
verify correct implementation of distance education processes – address
failures stimulate and support Continuous improvement
provide a benchmark for excellence
Other (please specify)
Q56:Has the internal quality assurance system for distance education been externally evaluated?
Yes
No
Uncertain
Q57:Which unit do you evaluate? (select all that apply)
Programme development and approval
Programme monitoring and revision
Course
Methodology
Resources
Tutorials
Student authentication
Degree granting
Student assessment
Student support
Information management systems
Other (please specify)
Q58:what are your opinions on quality culture?
Stronglyagree Agree Somewhat agree Disagree Strongly disagree
Quality assurance is the main responsibility ofinstitutions
the awareness of quality culture has beenestablished in your institution
one of the purposes of “Higher Education QualityAssurance Principles for the Asia-Pacific Region(Chiba Principles)” issued by APQN is “toencourage a culture of quality improvement”
To develop a strong quality culture in the systeminInternal Quality Assurance (IQA), such as HEIs ishighly necessary
The establishment of a genuine quality culturebothin IQA and EQA is the future guarantee ofsustainable quality for the next- generation qualityassurance in higher education
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