European Network for Quality of Higher Engineering Education for Industry (ENQHEEI)
Réseau européen de la qualité des formations supérieures pour l'industrie (REQFSI)
20 Jun 2002. Evolved from a project run under the U-XF3432 - LEONARDO DA VINCI programme. Registered in accordance with Belgian law. Ceased to exist, prior to 2014.
Promote and improve the quality of higher engineering education for industry in Europe; develop cooperation between the academic world, continuing education institutions, professional organizations, trade unions and students, as well as lead these partners in joint actions; develop cooperation with and between organizations in charge of evaluation and quality of this education; elaborate and diffuse reference systems for quality of education; prepare, experiment with and implement a European evaluation mechanism for quality of education; participate in all actions undertaken or to be undertaken in favour of education.
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