The Study Programme Accreditation is an ex-post evaluation of the results of the implementation of the study plan (every 6 years for Bachelor's degrees / 4 years for Master's degrees) which includes a visit to the center by an external panel (the presence of at least one student is compulsory).
The objective of the Study Programme Accreditation is to ensure that the study plan has been implemented in accordance with the provisions of the verified programme report and that the expected results have been achieved by identifying the strengths and weaknesses of the programme.
For the renewal of the accreditation of a programme, ad-hoc panels are appointed. Experts related to the area of the programme to be evaluated carry out a visit. The report of this panel is considered by the SET to issue the report of renewal of accreditation.
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Pools of experts
Review panels are created ad-hoc for each evaluation process and are always made up of experts in quality assurance external to the Aragon Higher Education System. ACPUA carries out a selection of experts in accordance to the published Reviewers Selection Procedure.
The panels participate in the corresponding evaluation process, perform the first evaluation and submit its assessment to the corresponding evaluation committee (which generates the evaluation report).
There are currently no open processes.