AQA provides external academic quality assurance for all New Zealand universities via a five-yearly cycle of audits. Key principles underpinning AQA academic audits are: peer review, evidence-based, externally benchmarked, and enhancement-led. Learn more about our current cycle of academic audits here.
Recent reports: 2014 academic audit of the University of Canterbury
The report of the 2014 Academic Audit of the University of Canterbury was released on 24 March 2015. The Canterbury academic audit was the fourth to be conducted of a New Zealand university using the Cycle 5 methodology. Cycle 5 audits cover all aspects of an institution which are related to teaching, learning and student support. The audit panel made a total of six commendations, five affirmations and fourteen recommendations. The full report and executive summary can be found here.
2015 Support for Quality Conference
AQA is pleased to confirm that the 2015 AQA Support for Quality Conference will be held in Wellington on Thursday 1 October. We are intending to have a preceding half-day workshop for NZ universities devoted to programme reviews in the afternoon of Wednesday 30 September. Further details about the conference, including a programme for the day, will be made available in May on the Support for Quality webpages.