Institutional Planning and Quality Enhancement Unit in Conjunction with the Council of Higher Education (CHE) presents the 2022 Institutional Audit
The Institutional Audits are used to determine the extent of an institution’s capability to use integrated quality management systems and processes to improve the quality of learning and teaching, research and the institution’s integrated engagement with the community, Council of Higher Education (CHE) further articulates the Institutional Audits as an instrument used to build trust, confidence, and a sense of shared values, aspirations and purposes between the higher education sectors.
The Institutional Audit scope is informed by the vision and mission of the institution, previous audit findings, sectoral trends, as well as other Higher Education Quality Committee (HEQC) findings. At the beginning of the institutional audit, the scope is to be discussed with each institution.
The current round of the institutional audit has the following focus areas:
Focus Area 1
Governance, strategic planning, management, and leadership support the core academic functions.
Focus Area 2
The design and implementation of the institutional quality management system supports the core academic functions.
Focus Area 3
The coherence and integration of the institutional quality management system supports the core academic functions.
Focus Area 4
Curriculum development, learning and teaching support the likelihood of student success.
The IPQE hopes to successfully engage and have strong corporation with different departments within the institution, this institutional audit will contribute to innovation which the institution aims to achieve in steering the ship towards vision 2030.
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