The Quality Assurance plays a key role in the development, monitoring and reporting of quality across the Cambridge International University. It has clearly defined mission, principles and term of reference, which indicate the commitment of the university to continuous improvement.
In line with the development of the University, the Quality Assurance Office (QAO) was established in 2022 under the supervision of the Registrar; its mission statement has the following points:
The above-mentioned points serve the University’s vision of becoming an outstanding institution of higher learning, and promoting the development of ethical, rounded and skilled graduates who contribute towards the development of the local and global community.
The principles on which quality assurance are built in the university are developmental, to ensure continuous improvement through the involvement of all relevant parties within and outside the university. The work of the Quality Assurance Office and, indeed quality assurance across the university, rests on several principles:
The main responsibility of the Quality Assurance Office is to provide administrative and substantive leadership, guidance and support for QA at all levels of the university, and to support the institutional and faculty accreditation processes and contents. These responsibilities are framed as follows: