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BCS and QAA to work more closely

Posted in Events and improvement by testing in London on December 22, 2006

From BCS

The British Computer Society (BCS) and the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) have agreed to work more closely in their higher education activities relating to computing.

QAA works with higher education institutions to define academic standards and quality, and carry out and publish reviews against them.

The aims of the memorandum between BCS and QAA are:

  • to enable BCS to make an appropriate contribution to the development and review of the QAA academic infrastructure to the extent that it has a bearing upon BCS accreditation activities, in particular the computing subject benchmark statements;
  • to encourage higher education institutions to share their BCS accreditation reports and outcomes with all stakeholders;
  • to provide developmental opportunities as appropriate for staff of both parties;
  • to collaborate in joint research of mutual benefit;
  • to cooperate in any other mutually agreed activities for the benefit of both parties.

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