Final announcement - Quality Promotion Conference 2019
Monday, January 14, 2019

Final announcement - Quality Promotion Conference 2019,

Statement by the Minister of Higher Education and Training on the call to scrap registration fees,...
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

The Minsiter has expressed concerns on the call to scrap registration fees, encourage walk-ins at universities,

Office Closure
Thursday, December 13, 2018

The Council on Higher Education wishes to inform all stakeholders that the CHE office will be closed for the festive

The Quality Enhancement Project Process

Through the Quality Enhancement Project (QEP), the CHE intends to catalyse a process in which higher education institutions collaborate to identify good practices and solve shared problems in order to have a collective and substantial impact on improving student success.  This, in turn, will contribute to the economic and social development of South Africa and its people.  The CHE will also interact with other stakeholders to identify opportunities to collaborate on promoting student success, such as through working groups, symposia, research projects and policy recommendations.

The Quality Enhancement Project (QEP) will begin in earnest in 2014, after a period of information gathering and sharing in 2013.  It will probably run for about five years, after which there may be another cycle of institutional audits.  The outputs of the QEP should make it possible to raise the bar of what can be expected of higher education institutions in terms of promoting student success.

Diagram showing the components of the process for each phase of the QEP




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