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We work with the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialised Education (MHSSE), contributing to national education reform which will equip the young generation with the skills they need to broaden their horizons and build sustainable futures.
In partnership with the MHSSE we run regular international policy dialogue events around the issues of quality assurance in higher education.
As a part of our Quality Assurance Programme, 22 February to 1 March will be Quality Assurance Week. The week will provide a space for discussing:
- modern quality management in higher education
- modern methods of quality assurance and monitoring in higher education
- the current international and national experiences in cooperation of the education sector with employers and industry.
The British Council has invited leading experts from the UK to exchange experience with course participants. Stephen Jackson from the Quality Assurance Agency and Ian Crawford, a professor at the University of Bath, will speak to representative of the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education, as well as management staff, trainers, course participants and others involved in the process of quality assurance in higher education.
Ask a question
Are you interested in the topic of Quality Assurance in Higher Education? You have a chance to ask Stephen Jackson and Ian Crawford a question on the following themes:
- education in the UK
- how education responds to the needs of global and local markets
- how to ensure education meets high standards
Send your question on firstname.lastname@example.org untill February 28 and our experts will reply to three of the best questions. The questions and answers will be published on our website in March 2017.