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Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance (QA) of Chulalongkorn University began to take shape in 1994, with the initiation of a teaching-learning evaluation system. This system has continually been developed and it was in 1997 that the Universityís Council approved a scheme to establish the universityís own official QA system, with its primary focus on academic units. In 1999, the University assigned its faculties and departments to conduct a Self-Study Report (SSR), while the University organized inspection visits to evaluate the QA performance of each faculty, the results of which would be crucial for intra-organizational quality development. In line with its missions, the University drew up the CU-QA 84 standards in 2001. For teaching and learning units, CU-QA 84.1 standard requirements, with 34 indicators and 7 standard levels, were also prepared.
Chulalongkorn University continues to develop the CU-QA 84 system with the ultimate goal to create QA culture where quality assurance is integrated as a part of work and life. In 2005, the CU-CQA (Chulalongkorn University Curriculum Quality Assurance) was developed for all academic programs in accordance with the Standard Requirements for Higher Education Curriculum set out by the Ministry of Education in the same year.
In general, each academic program must adopt and progressively develop its quality assurance policies and plans. There are 16 requirements involving several indicators and these indicators must be regularly revised at least every five years in line with curricular improvement evaluation.
 
 
 
Update 13-08-2007