The Evaluation and Accreditation Standards are designed to evaluate the overall status of education and research activities of universities, with a focus on their educational activities. The Evaluation and Accreditation Standards are composed of 27 standards, which are classified into six areas:

Area One:    Standards for Basic Organizations for Education and Research

Area Two:    Standards for Internal Quality Assurance

Area Three: Standards for Financial Management, Administrative Management, and Publication of Information

Area Four:   Standards for Facilities and Equipment, and Student Support

Area Five:    Standards for Student Admissions

Area Six:     Standards for Academic Programs and Learning Outcomes

Standards concerning internal quality assurance as prescribed in the Evaluation and Accreditation Standards are priority evaluation items.

1-29-1 Gakuen-nishimachi Kodaira-shi,Tokyo 187-8587 Japan



©copyright 1998 National Institution for Academic Degrees and Quality Enhancement of Higher Education