The European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education (EQAR) was launched in 2008 in a move designed to improve the quality of European higher education and to promote greater student mobility. The register is a landmark for European cooperation in quality assurance of higher education in the context of the Bologna process reforms.
Under the mandate of Education Ministers from the 46 countries taking part in the Bologna Process
, the EQAR Register
was established by the E4 Group comprising ENQA, ESU, EUA and EURASHE.
As a founding member of the European Quality Assurance Register, EUA is a member of its Executive Board
and of the General Assembly
and nominates two members of the Register Committee
that decides on applications to the Register.
Please click here
to find out more about the register.