Download DEQAR Data Sets
We invite researchers and others who would like to work independently with DEQAR data to use one of the following sets of data currently available in the system:
Click below to download the available DEQAR data sets:
- QA Reports – download full data set
Download records on all reports that are currently available in DEQAR, including those that are no longer valid. Report entries are listed by country and name of higher education institution. Links back to original report PDF files are also provided.
DEQAR Documentation: data submission data elements
- Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) – download full data set
Download the complete DEQAR HEI list, including those that do not yet have reports in DEQAR. The entries comprise basic identifying data on each institution. The list is based on a core set of records exported from ETER/OrgReg with additional HEI entries input by EQAR registered agencies. The list is intended to give comprehensive coverage of tertiary education in the EHEA.
DEQAR Documentation: institution data elements
- EQAR Registered Agencies – download full data set
Download the complete list of EQAR registered agencies, including those that are no longer on the register. Entries include basic information on the agency as well as type and geographical coverage of activities and the history of the agency on the EQAR register. Links back to EQAR decision PDF files are also provided.
- EHEA Country Information – download full data set
Download a list of EHEA countries. Entries include details of the national external QA requirements, the position on cross-border QA and the status of the European Approach to joint programmes in the country as well as links to further information.
The data for download is refreshed every night. The downloaded sheets are available in a CSV file which can easily be opened and manipulated using any spreadsheet software (e.g. Microsoft Excel, LibreOffice, Apple Numbers) or data analysis suite. The file includes structured data on reports, institutions, agencies and countries.
Another method for extracting data from DEQAR is to get a data feed from the Web API, see DEQAR API.
Please note that while DEQAR data is public and freely accessible for anybody free of charge, the information is available under the Open Data Commons Public Domain Dedication and Licence (PDDL). We therefore kindly ask you to respect the Open Data Commons Community Norms: if you use or republish DEQAR data in your work, we encourage you to give credit to EQAR and to let us know. We likewise ask that you please consider making any work based on DEQAR data available under the same terms. For more information, see our Terms and Conditions.