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Taking into account legal provisions, criteria and European standards, IBS:

  • continuously monitors the quality, competitiveness and efficiency of its activities, which include educational, scientific research and professional work;

  • plan periodic self-evaluations;

  • collect and analyse data on student learning outcomes and on the overall educational and other related activities;

  • identify shortcomings in the implementation of its activities and deviations from planned activities and achievements;

  • involve all staff, students and other relevant stakeholders in assessing the quality of its activities.

Self-Evaluation Commission

Monitoring and evaluation of the quality of the work of IBS is carried out by the Self-Evaluation Commission.


The tasks and responsibilities of the Self-Evaluation Board are:

  • considers annual reports on the work of the College, including a report on scientific research and a report on the effectiveness of studies, 

  • considers the proposal of indicators and standards and procedures for monitoring performance by major areas of activity,

  • contributes to the preparation of the Annual Quality Report,

  • contributes to the development of the concept and procedures for evaluation and self-evaluation,

  • reviews evaluation reports and formulates proposals for improvement

  • discusses the proposal for an action plan for improvement by activity area, informs the Senate of the results and proposes appropriate solutions on the basis of the findings.

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