ACCUEE - The Canarian Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation

The Canarian Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation

Information on the agency's work

ACCUEE (Canarian Agency for University Quality and Educational Evaluation) was created as ACECAU (Canary Islands Agency for the Evaluation of University Quality and Accreditation) by Law 2/2002 of March 27, on the establishment of tax rules and measures for Administrative Organization and Management. In 2012, by Law 4/2012, of June 25, on Administrative and Fiscal Measures, the agency was renamed as ACCUEE and assumed new functions for Non-University Evaluation and Educational Quality. ACCUEE is responsible for ensuring the quality of teaching in universities located in the Canary Islands.

ACCUEE is publicly owned and its basic administrative activity is governed by the laws that regulate the legal regime of public administrations and common administrative procedures. ACCUEE functions within the legal framework of the Regional Department of Education, Universities, Culture and Sports.

Activities within the scope of ESG

Higher education systems where ACCUEE carried out external QA activities

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