- What is the quality review process at University College Dublin?
- Where would I find information and guidance on a unit review process?
(opens in a new window)What is the quality review process at University College Dublin?
The overall aim of the quality review process at UCD is on ongoing improvement. Under the terms of the Universities Act (1997) the University and its constituent units must undergo cyclical internal quality review – typically every 7-8 years. The key stages of internal quality review are the preparation of a Self-Assessment Report (SAR) by the Unit under review; a site visit (typically 2-3 days) and consideration of the SAR by a Review Group; publication of a Review Group report incorporating recommendations for improvement; and preparation by the Unit of an improvement plan to address the recommendations. A progress review meeting is held approximately one year after the publication of the Review Group Report to consider how recommendations have been addressed as outlined in the improvement plan.
(opens in a new window)Where would I find information and guidance on a unit review process?
Information and guidance on the review process is provided on the UCD Quality Framework website or may be obtained directly from the UCD Quality Office at (+353) 01 7161036.