The General Assembly of the Network of Spanish University Quality Assurance Agencies (REACU) met on October 8 and 9 at AQU Catalunya to address crucial issues related to the evaluation of university teaching staff, own degrees and micro-credentials. This meeting is of particular importance due to the recent entry into force of regulations that directly affect these aspects of higher education in Spain.
The General Assembly was attended by the directors of quality assurance agencies from all over the country.
The main topics of discussion during the day included the accreditation of teaching staff, with special emphasis on the implications of the new regulations, as well as strategies to guarantee the quality of the university’s own degrees and micro-credentials in the Spanish university context.
REACU, which brings together ANECA and the quality agencies of the Autonomous Communities, was established with the purpose of fostering collaboration and creating common standards in the field of university quality. This assembly is an important milestone in the network’s calendar and underlines the willingness of academic institutions to work hand in hand to ensure excellence in higher education in Spain.