ASEAN-QA Forum 2019: Call for Contributions

We are delighted to announce the Call for Contributions of the first ASEAN-QA Forum Networking for Building and Sustaining Quality Culture in Higher Education Institutions which will be hosted by Foreign Trade University in Hanoi, from 7-8. November 2019.

The Forum is jointly organised and hosted by the ASEAN-QA Association and the project Partners (AQAN, AUN, DAAD, ENQA, SEAMEO RIHED and UP). Prior to the Forum on November 6, there will be a meeting and workshops restricted to the Alumni and Association only. More information on the registration will follow in due time. Kindly make sure to save the date.

The deadline of the Call for Contributions is 31. July 2019. Please feel free to spread the call to your colleagues and networks. The call is open to contributions in the area of QA practice, policy and research. Please see the document attached for more information. You can apply through the online form under http://asean-qa.org/s/CfCForum/en.html.

We invite you to hand in practice, policy or research contributions in the following fields (see Call for more information):

Main Theme: Networking for Building and Sustaining Quality Culture in Higher Education Institutions
Track 1: Sustainability of Quality Assurance and Development Systems and Processes
Track 2: Integrated (Holistic) Quality Assurance and Development Systems
Track 3: Evaluation Tools and Data Utilization in QA
Track 4: Stakeholder and Student Involvement
Track 5: Role of QA in Internationalisation

  1. Call for Contributions for the ASEAN-QA Forum 2019
    Webform to submit contributions

Key Dates
31 July 2019: Hand in of proposals
September 2019: Information about selection and required amendments
6 November: ASEAN-QA Alumni Meeting
7-8 November 2019: Presentation of selected contributions at ASEAN-QA Forum at Foreign Trade University in Hanoi.

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