20th AUN-QA Training course for Accomplishing Programme Assessment

The growing trend of higher education system towards internationalisation, coupled with the increasing demand from universities in ASEAN region to raise their programmes’ recognition and quality improvement, it has led us to elevate the importance of developing a robust QA system in higher education institutions. Since 1998, AUN-QA System has played a key role in the development of a harmonized QA system among the member universities, as well as close cooperation with European partners. To strengthen QA development and enhance technical skills among universities in ASEAN, the AUN Secretariat is ready to move forward this activity by sharing our resources and experiences to uplift QA system and also to expand our QA network to non- member universities. With the success brought about by the 19 AUN-QA training courses held since 2011 in Bangkok, the AUN Secretariat is determined to continue its mission to fulfil the need of QA development in the region.

With regards to this occasion, the AUN Secretariat would like to extend our warm invitation to your delegates to attend the AUN-QA Training Course for Accomplishing Programme Assessment (4-DayCourse) on 17 – 20 October 2017 at Novotel Platinum Pratunam Bangkok, Thailand. This comprehensive programme is meant for professionals who are in charge of quality assurance at programme and/or institutional level from universities in the region. Training brochure, registration form and the tentative programme are enclosed for your consideration.

For more details, please follow instructions on the registration form and information provided in the flyer. To confirm your participation, please return the completed registration forms to the AUN Secretariat at your earliest convenience by 31 August 2017 and email to aun.banjong@gmail.com

If you have any queries, please contact Ms. Banjong Ujjin, our AUN Quality Assurance Team at aun.banjong@gmail.com or Tel +662 2153642 ext. 107


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