European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education

EAPAA - European Association for Public Administration Accreditation

Admission valid until: 2018-10-31 (listed since 2014-05-22)
Based in*: Netherlands
HE systems where agency conducted reviews**: Belgium, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine
Reports by the agency: http://www.eapaa.eu/accredited-programmes
External review reports and EQAR decisions:

Contact details

Website: http://www.eapaa.org
Address: University of Twente
School of Management and Governance
PO Box 217
7500 AE Enschede
The Netherlands
Contact Person: Taco Brandsen
Phone: +31 24 3611973
Email: t.brandsen@fm.ru.nl

Information on the agency's work

EAPAA promotes the quality of European academic level public administration programmes by accreditation, encourages curriculum development and innovation, provides a forum for discussion on quality and accreditation and assures the quality of European Public Administration programmes by accrediting programmes when they apply for this accreditation.

Specialisation: Bachelor and master degree programmes in public administration (including public policy and public management).
External quality assurance activities in the scope of the ESG: Programme accreditation


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