STRATEGIC AND BUSINESS PLAN
IMPROVEMENT OF MUSIQUE’S PROCEDURES
Small changes and improvements to MusiQuE’s procedures were also undertaken following the feedback received from reviewers and institutions reviewed in 2016-2017. In 2018, the Framework Document will be updated and revised, in order to include all new services offered by MusiQuE and to clarify certain elements of the review procedures.
CONSIDERATION OF REVIEW REPORTS
The reports of the following procedures were considered:
- Programme Accreditation, Bachelor of Music, Conservatorium Maastricht (Site visit in June 2016)
- Pilot institutional review, School for Young Talent, University of the Arts The Hague, Royal Conservatoire, The Netherlands (Site visit in November 2016)
- Institutional review, Vorarlberger Landeskonservatorium (Site-visit in January-Feb. 2017)
- Institutional review, Mahidol College of Music, Bangkok (Site-visit in June 2017)
- Programme Accreditation, Performing and Visual Arts Programmes and Music Programmes, Kazakh National University of Arts – undertaken in cooperation with EQ-Arts (Site-visit in March 2017)
MUSIQUE PEER-REVIEWERS TRAINING SESSION
THE FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF MUSIQUE’S ACTIVITIES IN EUROPE
- MusiQuE is exploring the situation of higher music education institutions with regard to quality assurance and accreditation at national level to determine in which countries it can be of assistance to the institutions and in which way.
- National quality assurance agencies are being approached to explore opportunities for joint procedures. MusiQuE was represented at the General Assembly of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) in Sèvres, France, on 26-27 October and at the 12th European Quality Assurance Forum (EQAF) in Riga, Latvia on 23-25 November and meet with representatives of national agencies from all over Europe.
- Several institutions in various European countries have requested exploratory meetings with MusiQuE to take place during the AEC Annual Congress.