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News: Announcement on the Results of Institutional Certified Evaluation and Accreditation Conducted on Colleges of Technology in the 2016 Academic Year


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Results of Institutional Certified Evaluation and Accreditation Conducted on Colleges of Technology in the 2016 Academic Year

Results of Institutional Thematic Assessments Conducted in the 2016 Academic Year


Results of Institutional Certified Evaluation and Accreditation Conducted on Colleges of Technology in the 2016 Academic Year

NIAD-QE, certified by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, conducts Certified Evaluation and Accreditation (CEA) of universities, colleges of technology and graduate law schools.


NIAD-QE has compiled the results of institutional CEA conducted on colleges of technology in the 2016 academic year into an Evaluation and Accreditation Report, notified the applicable colleges of technology and their founders of the results, and reported the results to the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.


All the colleges of technology for which the CEA was conducted this time were deemed to have met the standards for institutional certified evaluation and accreditation of colleges of technology established by NIAD-QE.


Evaluated Colleges of Technology

National Colleges of Technology
National Institute of Technology, Sendai College 

National Institute of Technology, Toyama College 

National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College 

National Institute of Technology, Kumamoto College 


 

You can check the results of institutional CEA conducted by certified evaluation and accreditation organizations, including NIAD-QE, on the website of the Japan Network of Certified Evaluation and Accreditation Agencies (JNCEAA).

 

Results of Institutional Thematic Assessments Conducted in the 2016 Academic Year

Focusing on distinctive features of institutions, NIAD-QE offers two thematic assessments on distinctive features of colleges of technology that have applied.


At the time of application, colleges of technology choose one or more themes that they wish to be evaluated on.


NIAD-QE has compiled the results of institutional thematic assessments conducted in the 2016 academic year into an Assessment Report and notified the applicable colleges of technology and their founders of the results.


The institutional thematic assessments were conducted on those colleges of technology for which a CEA had been conducted that also applied for an institutional thematic assessment. The assessments judged the attainment of goals with respect to the assessment themes.


Assessment Results

Institutional Thematic Assessment A: Research Activities (four colleges of technology)

National Colleges of Technology

Assessment Results

National Institute of Technology, Sendai College 

Attainment of goals is good.

National Institute of Technology, Toyama College

Attainment of goals is good.

National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College

Attainment of goals is good.

National Institute of Technology, Kumamoto College

Attainment of goals is good.



Institutional Thematic Assessment B: Condition of Educational Services Offered to Those Other Than Full-time Students (four colleges of technology)

National Colleges of Technology

Assessment Results

National Institute of Technology, Sendai College 

Attainment of goals is good.

National Institute of Technology, Toyama College

Attainment of goals is good.

National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College

Attainment of goals is good.

National Institute of Technology, Kumamoto College

Attainment of goals is good.




*Description of assessment results
Assessment Results Criteria for Judgment

Attainment of goals is excellent.

Analyses of the respective perspectives revealed the initiatives and activities as being excellent, and the institutional goals have been highly attained.

Attainment of goals is good.

Analyses of the respective perspectives revealed the initiatives and activities as being good, and the institutional goals have been sufficiently attained.

Attainment of goals is satisfactory.

Although the analyses of the respective perspectives found some initiatives and activities to need improvement, the institutional goals have generally been attained.

Attainment of goals is unsatisfactory.

Analyses of the respective perspectives found the implementation of the initiatives and activities to be problematic, and the institutional goals not to have been attained.




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