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On 28 November 2022, the University of Zagreb organised the sixth Quality Day with the topic Changes in the Quality Assurance System: The University Meets New Challenges and Opportunities. 

This year’s Quality Day was implemented in two parts. The first part was devoted to changes in the quality assurance system with a focus on accreditation of study programmes in the light of adopted and expected changes in the legislative framework, while the second part of the programme referred to lifelong learning and upskilling with reference to examples of good practice on the components of the University of Zagreb.

The programme objective was to share experiences in processes related to empowerment and further improvement of the higher education system and scientific activity, and to align its characteristics with the principles and tasks of the European Higher Education Area.

The sixth University Quality Day started with opening speeches by the Rector of the University of Zagreb, prof. dr. sc. Stjepan Lakušić, Vice-Rector for Management of Quality Assurance and Ethics prof. dr. sc. Anamarija Musa and Acting Director of the Agency for Science and Higher Education (ASHE) mr. sc. Sandra Bezjak.

Along with an introductory presentation, Mrs Bezjak also presented proposals for new legal solutions and challenges the higher education system is facing, i.e. future processes within the quality assurance system in higher education.

In the part of the programme that focused on lifelong learning as a priority of education policy in the EU and Croatia, micro-credentials in higher education and examples of good practice in lifelong learning on the university’s components, the ASHE representative, along with colleagues from the Ministry of Labour, Pension System, Family and Social Policy, the Croatian Employers’ Association and the stakeholders of the University of Zagreb, presented the jurisdiction of the ASHE regarding the Register of the Croatian Qualifications Framework (CQF) and its role in aligning education programmes (lifelong learning) at a higher education level with the standards of the set of learning outcomes in the Register of the CQF.

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