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New Flemish Quality Assurance System launched

A well-attended la well-attended launch event in Brussels kicked off the new Quality Assurance System for the Flemish higher education.aunch event in Brussels kicked off the new Quality Assurance System for the Flemish higher education.

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Training session in Georgia

Early September, NVAO organized a three-day training session at the request of the European University, a private university in Tbilisi, Georgia. 

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'Always that focus on improvement' - NVAO 2018 Annual Report

In this special edition of FOQUS we highlight the activities we have carried out over the past year in Flanders and in the Netherlands. Special themes are featured, such as our WFME-recognition and our assessments in Luxembourg.

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WFME Recognition Report online

On 29 May 2019, representatives of the medical schools in the Netherlands, Flanders and Saba met in The Hague to discuss the WFME Recognition Report which is now available on the NVAO website. NVAO is preparing its yearly status report which will also include the follow-up of the WFME recommendations. NVAO and the medical schools will meet again in November 2019.

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English version of new website online

From today, the English version of our new website is online. We no longer use a separate website for our English-speaking users. The English version of the pages are integrated in the general website. This way a user can easily switch languages on every page. Our new website will quickly guide junior as well as more experienced quality assurance officers through the quality assurance systems and procedures. The website is a joint project of NVAO and everyone involved in the quality of higher education. Any suggestions to improve our website are more than welcome.

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