AQA - Austrian Agency for Quality Assurance
Registered: 07/10/2009 to 30/11/2012
The agency was merged into AQ Austria and no longer exists.
See AQA's former register entry
EAPAA - European Association for Public Administration Accreditation
Registered: 22/05/2014 to 31/10/2018
EAPAA decided not to renew its registration on EQAR, therefore its registration ended on 31 October 2018.
See EAPAA's former register entry
ECCE - European Council on Chiropractic Education
Registered: 07/05/2013 to 31/12/2016
ECCE applied for renewal of registration in October 2015, but the application was rejected as the Register Committee was unable to conclude that ECCE substantially complies with the ESG.
See ECCE's former register entry
EVA - Danish Evaluation Institute
Registered: 14/05/2011 to 31/12/2014
EVA did not renew its registration due to the fact that all functions regarding QA and accreditation in higher education have been moved to the Danish Accreditation Institution. EVA continues to conduct thematic evaluations and studies.
See EVA's former register entry
HETAC - Higher Education and Training Awards Council
Registered: 07/10/2009 to 30/09/2011
HETAC decided that it would not be sensible to undertake a second external review of the agency to maintain its EQAR registration in 2011, as the agency was expecting to be amalgamated. Since 15 October 2012, HETAC’s functions have been taken over by the new Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI). QQI has been registered on EQAR since June 2015.
See HETAC's former register entry
IUQB - Irish Universities Quality Board
Registered: 07/10/2009 to 30/09/2013
The functions of IUQB have been transferred to Quality and Qualifications Ireland (QQI) as from 15 October 2012. The primary purpose of establishing IUQB has thus ceased. QQI has been registered on EQAR since June 2015.
See IUQB's former register entry
KAA - Kosovo Accreditation Agency
Registered: 05/06/2015 to 25/09/2017
Following an extraordinary revision of regsitration, the Register Committee concluded that KAA was no longer in compliance with ESG 3.3 and excluded the agency from the Register. The full reasoning is provided in the decision of the Register Committee "01/03/2018 Extraordinary Revision" on the archived register entry.
See KAA's former register entry
NEAQA - National Entity for Accreditation and Quality Assurance
Registered: 29/11/2014 to 31/12/2017
Following a decision of the Serbian Government of February 2018, the National Entity for Accreditation and Quality Assurance (NEAQA) succeeded CAQA. The agency applied for renewal of registration in March 2017, but the application was rejected as the Register Committee was unable to conclude that the agency substantially complies with the ESG.
See NEAQA's former register entry
VLHORA - Flemish Council of University Colleges
Registered: 10/04/2009 to 06/05/2013
VLHORA (together with VLIR) merged into the Quality Assurance Unit of the Flemish Council of Universities and University Colleges (VLUHR QAU), which was awarded provisional registration under the EQAR Merger Policy – see VLUHR QAU register entry.
See VLHORA's former register entry
VLIR - Flemish Interuniversity Council – Quality Assurance Unit
Registered: 07/10/2009 to 06/05/2013
VLIR (together with VLHORA) merged into the Quality Assurance Unit of the Flemish Council of Universities and University Colleges (VLUHR QAU), which was awarded provisional registration under the EQAR Merger Policy – see VLUHR QAU register entry.
See VLIR's former register entry
Former Entries on the Register
The quality assurance agencies listed on this page were included on the Register for a period of time in the past. Where appropriate, the reasons for the agency no longer being registered are included.
If no reasons are given, the inclusion of the agency has expired and the agency has not submitted an application for renewal of inclusion. In this case, the agency might have either decided not to inform EQAR about its reasons or requested EQAR not to publish them.
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