Office of Quality Assurance Administration
Nino Pataraia – Head of Quality Assurance Office
- 77 347 718; 2 000 171 (137)
Tinatin Gognadze - Quality Manager of the Faculty of Medicine
- 599 41 47 63; 2 000 171 (227)
Elene Chokuri - Quality Manager of the Faculty of the Faculty of Law, Humanities and Social Sciences
- 598 688 798; 2 000 171 (146)
Rusudan Gogitidze - Quality Manager, Faculty of Business and Technologies
- 555 59 61 61; 2 000 171 (146)
Quality management is a daily part of the activities of European University and the responsibility of all persons involved in the process. The quality of university activities stems from the competence, responsibility and ethical behavior of members of the university community.
At European University, the main values and approaches to quality assurance are: transparency, publicity, objectivity, reliability, continuity and validity.
A quality assurance system operates on the principle: plan, implement, evaluate, develop. In accordance with this principle, the functioning of the system is ensured through the quality assurance mechanisms developed at European University.
Quality assurance mechanisms include continuous evaluation and development of university activities and resources in order to maintain and improve quality.
In order to achieve the set goals, the Quality Assurance Service cooperates with all structural units / officials of the University, academic and invited staff, students, employers and other stakeholders.
Quality assurance mechanisms include internal and external quality assessment.
The university's internal quality assurance mechanisms cover all key aspects of the university's activities and are divided into three main areas: teaching-learning and service, research and management:
The Quality Assurance Service in its activities is guided by the document "Quality Assurance Mechanisms and Procedures for Using Qualification Results", which summarizes the internal and external quality assessment processes, describes what additional documentation it relies on within the Quality Assurance Mechanisms, as well as, describes what tools are used to evaluate the process and how evaluation results are used to refine and improve processes and results.