Quality assurance of higher education
During the period 2017-2022, the Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) applies an evaluation model consisting of:
- Audits of the quality assurance work of the higher education institutions.
- Training evaluations.
- Thematic evaluations.
- Examinations of the diplomas.
What distinguishes the model is that the higher education institutions and the UKÄ have a joint responsibility for the quality assurance of higher education. All programmes must be covered by quality assurance. This is partly done through the institutions' responsibility to ensure the quality of the education they offer themselves, and partly by the UKÄ evaluating a selection of programmes at the first, second and third-cycle levels.
Quality Assurance and Enhancement at Uppsala University
Quality assurance and enhancement at Uppsala University will
- Safeguard and promote the quality of education and research
- Emanate from and strengthen the academic and collegial culture
- Be transparent, effective and efficient
Learn more about quality assurance and enhancement at Uppsala University.
The models of the disciplinary domain
The Disciplinary Domains of Medicine and Pharmacy has, based on the overall model of Uppsala University, developed a detailed description of forms and procedures for quality assurance, quality development and evaluation, as well as a timetable.
Read more about our educational evaluation, ongoing quality assurance procedures and completed programme evaluations.
If you are employed at the disciplinary domain and need tips or instructions on how to work with evaluation, you can read more here.
UKÄ also does evaluations
During each 6-year cycle, the Swedish Higher Education Authority still evaluates a number of courses on their own..
Read more how UKÄ evaluate the quality of higher education and research.