NAS World Assurance Agency Rankings® = 7
The International Network for Quality Assurance Agencies in Higher Education (INQAAHE) is a world-wide association of 300+ organisations active in the theory and practice of quality assurance in higher education. The great majority of its members are quality assurance agencies that operate in many different ways, although the Network also welcomes (as associate members) other organisations that have an interest in QA in HE.
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The current INQAAHE Annual Membership fees are:
- Full/Associate Members and Affiliates: USD 690.65
- Full/Associate Members and Affiliates from LDC/LIC countries: USD 345.33
Please note that the annual membership fee is always paid for one calendar year (from January until December). Memberships are renewed on a yearly basis unless the INQAAHE Secretariat is informed otherwise.
All new members and affiliates first have to pay a non-refundable review fee of USD 100 in order to get their application reviewed by the membership committee. Membership fees can be paid by credit card or bank transfer.
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One arm of INQAAHE’s mission is to develop and promote standards of professional practice in QA. The professional practices that INQAAHE believes should be embedded in all quality agencies are set out in the Guidelines of Good Practice in Quality Assurance (commonly referred to as GGP). Thus the purpose of the GGP is to promote good practice for internal and/or external quality assurance. Specific goals include:
- Creating a framework to guide the creation of new EQAAs
- Providing criteria for use in the self and external evaluation of EQAAs
- Promoting professional development among EQAAs and their staff
- Promoting public accountability of EQAAs
As more agencies demonstrate how their procedures relate to the Guidelines, this will facilitate mutual understanding of how EQAAs operate, leading to greater possibilities for collaboration, and eventually an increase in mutual recognition of agencies’ decisions.